Montana Sapphire Earrings, Three-Stone Sterling

Debra McClain Gem

Make a statement with these lovely Montana sapphire earrings in a three stone cluster with a sterling silver ball detail in the center.

Earrings are made with Sterling Silver.

Choose size of stone:

 2.5mm (each stone) .47 ct (total)

 3mm (each stone) .84 ct (total)

*Please see Size Guide to see actual size of sapphire you are purchasing.

Disclaimer: Montana Sapphires being a natural stone has a range of blue tones that go from shades of blue to blue/green.  Do not use your screen image of the earrings as a guide as screens show tones differently.

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Montana Sapphires vs. Montana Yogo Sapphires

Montana is known as the Treasure State because it is rich in many mineral and gemstone sources, including two types of sapphires: the Yogo Sapphire and the fancy Montana Sapphires.

People often ask what is the difference between a Yogo sapphire and a Montana sapphire. Yogo sapphires are mined near Utica Montana at Yogo Gulch sapphire mine, while Montana sapphires are found mostly in the western part of the state.

Yogos are natural in color (usually blue or purple) and are never heat treated; it is a natural sapphire. Montana sapphires come in a variety of colors; some that are found no where else in the worldThis is what makes the Montana Sapphire so appealing and unique. 

Yogos are usually very small as a result of the way they formed (i.e.,  the rough is fairly flat). Yogo sapphires are Montana sapphires but Montana sapphires are not always Yogos. Although all Montana sapphires are rare since they are no longer commercially mined, Yogos are the rarest and are famous for their Yogo sapphire cornflower blue color and their place among the Crown Jewels of England.

More information on their history: Development of Montana Sapphire Industry