Yogo Sapphire Earrings, Sterling Tri-Set

Debra McClain

Rare and beautiful, this cluster of yogos will add a blue sparkle to your style.  These yogo sapphire earrings feature six 2.2mm sapphires with a total weight of .36ct, set in sterling silver.

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*(25mm=1inch)

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Sapphires are among the rarest and hardest gemstones in the world, which makes them a timeless gift, maintaining their brightness and beauty. Montana sapphires have a remarkable color and brilliance that is found nowhere else in the world. 

Background: Sapphire was discovered in Montana in the late 1800's by a gold miner working on one of the gravel bars on the Missouri River near Helena. By 1895, the relentless search for gold in Montana lead to the discovery of the most significant deposits of sapphire. 

For centuries, sapphires have been the choice of royalty for engagement rings. Sapphires are available in every color imaginable, which allow you to select the perfect piece of Montana sapphire jewelry to reflect your personal style. 

Montana Sapphires vs. 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 and the Montana Yogo Sapphire so appealing and unique.