In the middle ages, zircon was told to assist siesta, fetch affluence, and endorse honor and astuteness in its owner. The name in all probability arises from the Persian word 'zargun', which spells 'gold-colored', even though zircon comes in a wide variety of dissimilar colors.
Natural zircon nowadays suffers on account of the resemblance of its name to cubic zirconias, the laboratory-grown diamond simulation. Many people are ignorant that there is a gorgeous natural precious stone named zircon. Zircon is obtainable in a wide variety of colors, but for many years the majority of the popular was the colorless variety, which seems more like diamond than any supplementary natural stone for the reason that of its brightness and scattering.
Today the majority of the popular color is blue zircon, which is measured as an able alternative birthstone for December. The majority of blue zircon is of a pastel blue, but some brilliant gems have a dazzling blue color. Zircon is also accessible in green, dark red, yellow, brown, and orange. Zircon is hauled in Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Myanmar, Australia, and other countries.
Zircon is one of the heaviest precious stone, which means that it will appear less significant than other varieties of the similar weight. Zircon jewellery should be stored cautiously because even though it is comparatively hard, zircon can endure from scratch and the facets can be chipped away. Dealers frequently enfold zircons in personage twists of paper so that they will not thump against each other in a package. The wide assortment of colors of zircon, its scarcity, and its comparatively stumpy cost make it an admired collector's pebble. Collectors enjoy the hunt for all potential colors and discrepancies.