Swirl Sapphire and Diamond Ring



This Blue Sapphire Unique Diamond Ring is featured in 14K White Gold and set with .87ctw Sapphire and .30ctw Diamond Accents!

Product Details:

Ring / Setting Information

Center Gemstone Details
Accent Stones

Style #: 200-02162

Type: Sapphire

Type: Diamond

Metal Type: 14K White Gold

Shape: Round

Shape: Round

Band Width: 2.0 - 8.7mm

Carat Weight: .87ctw

Number: 80

Setting Type: Prong

 

Carat Weight: .30ctw

Avg. Color: G-H

Avg. Clarity: Vs1-Si2

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Gift Packaging:

Every order includes a gorgeous Park City Jewelers box and if you make a note upon check out we will even gift wrap it for you!

Returns: 

We want you to love your purchase, but if you are not completely satisfied, we will accept most returns within 30 days of purchase. Please note that items that have been sized or altered are not eligible for return. All items must be in original and unworn condition in order to receive refund!

More Details:

Origin: The three most famous regions for blue sapphire are Kashmir, Burma and Sri Lanka. Sapphire has also been mined in Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam and Madagascar.

Color: Blue, colorless, pink, orange, yellow, green, purple, black

Hardness: 9.00 on the Mohs scale

Care/Cleaning Instructions: 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.

Metaphysical Properties: Throughout history, sapphire has symbolized truth, sincerity and loyalty. It is also thought to bring peace, joy and wisdom to its wearer. In the past, the sapphire was also believed to be a talisman that would protect against evil spirits and other unsavory creatures of the night.

Blue is the best-known of the sapphire colors. The prized Kashmir and Burmese sapphires have a deep blue that is intense and velvety. Sapphire colors are best viewed under natural daylight. In artificial or incandescent light, sapphire colors can appear darker and inky black-blue.  Various shapes and cutting styles are common with sapphires.

The most common treatment for sapphire is heat treatment, though unheated specimens can be found. Stones are heated (generally before they are cut) to between 1700 to 1800 degrees Celsius (3100-3300 degrees F) for several hours.