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If you're looking for something with a bit more color than a diamond, then you can never go wrong with a Blue Sapphire. The most common color for sapphires, they usually come with a few secondary hues such as purple, violet, and green with violet and purple being ideal and green being the hue to avoid. Like diamonds, they also have inclusions that show their uniqueness from one another and depending on how they're cut, the color of the sapphire can vary from which angle they're viewed. Sapphires are often found in a number of locations around the world such as Kashmir, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Australia, and many more.