This iolite trillion has a deep blue color similar to fine sapphire, but available at a fraction of the cost! This gemstone is untreated in any way.
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According to legend, Vikings used iolite slices to reduce glare when checking the sun’s position on cloudy days.
Iolite’s name is from the Greek word ios, meaning violet.
When you turn iolite, you’ll see three distinct colors in three crystal directions.
Iolite is also popularly known as “water sapphire”.
Iolite is the gemstone for the 21st wedding anniversary.