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Such a regal choice! Most famously associated with September birthdays, sapphires are incredibly special stones that signify honesty and loyalty and range in color from royal blue the most famous of the spectrum to purple, pink, yellow, green, orange, brown, black, and even white. Many of the lesser known sapphire colors are incredibly rare and often designed with various sapphire shades in combination to create an extremely distinctive piece of jewelry—so perfect for women looking to defy tradition with their engagement ring.
Princess Diana's sapphire engagement ring made its way to Kate Middleton for her engagement to Prince William, and the Windsors aren't the only VIPs known for this spectacular stone. Fun fact: Sapphires aren't only blue, and they've been celebrated throughout history as the stone of royalty. Think every shade under the sun: from pinks and purples, to warmer yellow, orange, and more. If you covet a non-traditional engagement ring, whether blue or bright pink and with the same durability as a diamond then channel your inner royal with any of these 33 rainbow colored rings.
Notify me when this product is available:. Description: Waves of diamonds flutter around a mesmerizing light blue natural sapphire in this ballerina setting. Description: A beautiful ensemble of open filigree surrounds this gorgeous center sapphire in this s vintage gemstone engagement ring.
We're here to help! We invite you to send us a message through our website at any time. Star sapphires exhibit a special optical phenomenon called asterism.
Our s Art Deco star sapphire and diamond ring, with its dramatic proportions and streamlined details, is a perfect compliment to the beautiful clothing on display. You may be wondering why this type of stone is called a star sapphire. This effect is caused by asterism, a phenomenon where tiny needle shaped inclusions in the stone are aligned at intersecting angles, reflecting the light in a unique way.