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A gemstone which belongs to the corundum family, it is tough and durable with a hardness of 9, and therefore perfect for engagement rings and wedding bands. Green Sapphires are due to small traces of iron, and come in light tones, through to deep blue/green and even some which have a mix of blue, green and yellow. Ivy&I sources all their Sapphires from Australian suppliers.
Green is one of the most common Tourmaline colours and you'll find yellowish-green to blue-green and everything in between. No other gemstone has such a variety of green hues.
Emerald, the birthstone of May is a gemstone incredibly valuable with it's unique rich green colour. Visible inclusions are often seen and are common. Bright clean emeralds are rare and therefore come with a high price tag.
Peridot, the birthstone for August, is the gem variety of the mineral olivine and it's chemical composition includes iron which is the cause of its attractive yellowish green colors.
Tsavorite is a type of Garnet with stunning, pure green hues and its high refractive index and dispersion levels give is a wonderful brilliance. It has far less inclusions than an Emerald, whilst still having the durability of a Garnet.