She makes her way down to you with the falling autumn leaves. A slow descent accompanied by the quiet hush of endings. The scent of pumpkin spice envelops you in the overwhelming sweetness that you loathe to let go of. But the chill settles so damningly. Winter has come.
Nature's first green may be gold, but these Yogo sapphires carved into flowers and leaves would like to contest the claim. Like the crisp afternoon sky with a hint of winter's first icy touch, this sapphire is cool to the bone and is a solemn kind of lovely.
Dangling with grace, it is paired with a silver chain for a bracelet that will gladly accompany you during those quiet minutes before dawn.
Yogo sapphires only come from the Yogo dike in the Yogo Gulch, part of the Little Belt Mountains in the Judith Basin in Montana. USA. They're a famous kind of Montana sapphires because of their dreamy cornflower blue color with hazy purple tones. These days, most Yogo sapphires are mined by hobby miners in the area.