Engagement Rings Sapphire and Diamonds.
Traditionally Engagement Rings
will be thought of as containing a nice sparkling diamond, set in a gold band – however, we did say traditionally.

Blue Sapphire & Diamond Halo Engagement Ring

Blue Sapphire & Diamond Halo Engagement Ring

In today’s modern world of jewelry, traditions are not being held to quite so much and today’s brides-to-be are moving more to a combination of other gemstones, including the diamond. One of the most popular of the combinations are the Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Rings. Combining these two excellent gemstones usually results in a beautiful Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Ring. The combination could be of a larger sapphire surrounded by smaller diamond stones to form a halo effect. Or you could opt for a three stone ring with a larger sapphire supported on each side by a smaller diamond. Either choice will result in a beautiful sapphire and diamond engagement ring sitting proudly on your left hand.

Ah, but what color sapphire should I choose? we hear you say! And that is an excellent question, too. Traditionally, most people tend to think of Royal Blue when it comes to talking sapphires. And the Blue Sapphire is an excellent choice whether you combine it with a diamond or not. A blue sapphire will stand alone in pride of place all on its own if you want it to. However, not all sapphires are going to be blue. Today’s girls have a tremendous color choice available to them, and here, we are going to talk about several of the sapphire variants you can choose from.

After the very popular Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Ring selection, let’s have a look at the alternatives. As mentioned, you have a wide color range of sapphires to consider, with and without a diamond, but any ring with a diamond is going to look excellent for the bride-to-be.

Blue Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Ring - with Split Band

Blue Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Ring – with Split Band

Here is a selection of the main popular sapphire colors available: blue, pink, green, yellow, orange, purple, colorless and black. Sapphires are one of the Main Four Gemstones, along with diamonds, emeralds and rubies. They are among the most sought-after and valuable gemstones on earth. Sapphires are a remarkably tough gemstone which means they can be used in rings for every day wear without the fear of accidentally damaging them. Of course, we should not stop at rings as they are perfect in necklaces, earrings, bracelets and other suchlike jewelry. Remember too, that the Sapphire is the September Birthstone.

Blue Sapphire Rings
A Blue Sapphire is a precious gemstone form the corundum mineral, and is known as one of the big four of the gemstone world. The most popular sapphire color is blue. At Federal Way Custom Jewelers the blue sapphire is our best selling gemstone. We make fabulous sapphire jewelry pieces, some are encrusted with diamonds giving a “dressier” look, others are more simplistic, yet look just as good. Blue sapphires can be set in virtually every color of gold and we have many options to offer our brides-to-be. Since the 1920s the majority of blue sapphires have been mined from Thailand and Australia. While their mining has made blue sapphires more affordable, their quality is actually much lower than others mined is different places. At FWCJ we strive to offer the very best gemstones possible and most of our sapphires are totally natural, not having been enhanced in any way. The most popular blue sapphires we sell are the medium to dark blue Sri Lankan gemstones in the one – two carat range. We go out of our way to ensure we find Square Cushion, Round, and Princess Cut shapes that have an excellent look in both classical and modern settings. Any bride-to-be

Sapphire and Diamond Three Stone Engagement Ring - Yellow Gold

Sapphire and Diamond Three Stone Engagement Ring – Yellow Gold

that visits our store will be delighted with the array of sapphires we have to offer. In addition if a bride-to-be cannot decide on a final selection, we can offer her a degree of customization in which we can customize a ring specifically for her and usually to her specification. Personalization is also a possibility thus ensuring that HER ring is going to be relatively unique.

Blue Sapphires are often associated with Royalty including the British Royal family. The Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) has an exquisite royal blue halo engagement ring. Princess Eugenie has a sparkling Pink Sapphire ring.

We hope you have enjoyed reading this article about Blue Sapphires. This would be a good time to check out our prices and Sapphire and Diamond Engagement Rings in our online store.

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