Sapphire solitaire ring, with textured gold band and tiny hand-stamped lines around the central stone to create texture. The detailed bezel and vivid blue of the sapphire solitaire ring creates a dreamy look to a beautifully unique ring. Available in 9ct and 18ct gold.
Here’s a fun fact for you. When wearing a sapphire ring, most people think of the famous fictional “Heart of the Ocean” jewellery piece featured in Titanic. Of course, we are talking about a fictional jewellery piece but, nevertheless, it was a diamond, not a sapphire.
However, its distinguishing deep blue colour remained in our minds and there is a reason for that. The blue sapphire is considered to be one of the most eye-catching gemstones in the world. This is one of the reasons why a sapphire necklace should not miss from your jewellery collection. This being said, read on to discover what you should know when buying sapphire rings and how to value your sapphire rings
Sapphires are not only blue
- Blue sapphires may have our hearts, but you should know there are also other colours for your sapphire necklace. In fact, sapphires come every colour except red
- Well, technically, there are also red sapphires, but their name is ruby. That’s right, rubies and sapphires are the same minerals and the only difference between them is the colour.
- Other than blue, you can find sapphires in pink, violet, black, green, yellow and even orange. What is interesting to know about this gem is that it can change its colour
- During the daytime, a sapphire can be blue and become purple at night. One of the rarest types of sapphire is the pinkish-orange variety called Padparadscha. The name comes from the Sinhalese word for lotus flower.