This Pink Sapphire Butterfly Ring is set in 14K White Gold!
Pink is actually one of the rarest colors in sapphire, and as with all sapphire, it's also extremely durable, having a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale. The name sapphire comes from the Greek word "sapphirus", meaning "blue". However, sapphire gemstones come in many colors including pink, yellow, orange, green, black, color-change, purple, violet, light blue, and the rare orange-pink sapphire. Various shapes and cutting styles are common with sapphires.
Pink Sapphire can come in all shades of pink, including powder pink, shocking pink, ceylon pink, bubblegum pink, baby blush pink, hot pink, pastel pink and many more. The guardians of innocence, Sapphires symbolize truth, sincerity and faithfulness, and are thought to bring peace, joy and wisdom to their owners. In ancient times it was believed that when the wearer of a Sapphire faced challenging obstacles, the gem's power enabled them to find the correct solution. The most common treatment for sapphire is heat treatment, though unheated specimens can be found.
Sapphire can be cleaned using a soft cloth or brush and plain warm soapy water. After wiping, be sure to rinse your sapphire well to remove soapy residue. Ultrasonic and Steam Cleaners are generally safe for sapphires
This Elk Ivory Trophy Antler Ring featured in 14K yellow gold and sterling silver! Steps to order: Add to Cart Enter ELK100 in Coupon Code if providing your own ivory for $100 discount! Complete Order Process Ship your ivory to:...
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