Although sapphire is a naturally-occurring gemstone with single crystal structure, it is also possible to manufacture it synthetically thanks to modern technology.
We can grow sapphire glass, dish, or plate in near-net-shape, and also offer processes to give the sapphire a jewel-like brilliance using the material processing technology we’ve cultivated over the years.
Additionally, sapphire has good biocompatibility and can be used in accessory components for those who have metal allergies.
As sapphire is second in hardness only to diamond, it is wear and scratch resistant, and stays in pristine condition more or less permanently.
It also has a thermal conductivity superior to glass, and may contribute to food preparation thanks to its ability to cool or heat instantaneously.