10 Most Expensive Sapphires Ever Sold

Blue Belle of Asia: This exceptional 392.52-carat sapphire fetched approximately $17.3 million at auction in 2014, setting a world record price per carat for sapphires.

The Logan Sapphire: Weighing 423 carats, this deep blue sapphire was sold for around $7.2 million. It's famous for its size and stunning color.

The Rockefeller Sapphire: A cushion-cut sapphire weighing 62.02 carats, it was sold for approximately $5.9 million, known for its intense blue hue and exceptional clarity.

The Star of Bombay: This 182-carat star sapphire was sold for about $3.85 million and is recognized for its asterism—a star-like effect—visible under light.

The Star of Kashmir: 19th-century sapphire weighing 17.26 carats, it sold for around $3.5 million due to its extraordinary cornflower blue color characteristic of sapphires.

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The Blue Giant of the Orient: Weighing 486.52 carats, this large sapphire fetched approximately $1.5 million, admired for its size and deep blue color.

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The Midnight Star Sapphire: This 116.75-carat black star sapphire, known for its unique color and star effect, sold for about $1.45 million.

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The Queen Marie of Romania Sapphire: Weighing 478 carats, this sapphire sold for approximately $1.3 million and is associated with its royal provenance.

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The Rosser Reeves Star Ruby and Sapphire: A 138.7-carat star ruby and sapphire combination, it sold for around $1.2 million due to its rarity and unique appearance.

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The Blue Princess Star: Weighing 128 carats, this star sapphire sold for about $1 million, valued for its size and distinct asterism.

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