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Embrace timeless elegance with a classic yellow gold blue sapphire ring. Prefer something a bit more modern? White gold complements any look with a refined, fashion-forward feel. From lustrous 14K gold sapphire rings to fiery 10K sapphire diamond rings, we have a piece for every style and budget. This includes sterling silver with scintillating diamond details that fit within your budget.




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So where exactly do blue sapphires come from? Blue sapphires are mined from a few specific locations throughout the world. Three of the most popular are, Burma and Sri Lanka and Madagascar. Each location that produces blue sapphires does not produce the same quality or quantity. Stones that come from Kashmir, for example, are extremely rare since mines there have stopped producing, but their sapphire colors are known to be some of the best. Mines in Australia on the other hand have good production of sapphires that are of a darker-blue hue.


So what will you pay for your blue sapphire? As we said, this will depend upon the stone you want to get. However, we can at least give you a rough idea as to what you might be paying based on our own inventory.


When it comes to the shape and the cut of your blue sapphire, you have a lot of options. When you choose a shape, you want to go with one that suits you. You can either get a round stone, or even something that is heart-shaped. Our cuts are tailor made to suit your desires, while also bringing out the best in out stones.


When purchasing a sapphire, you want to make sure you have examined it as well as you can. These are important choices and we want you be sure that you are happy with your stone. This is why we have professional photos of every individual stone we sell, not just a stock photo. This ensures you are getting an accurate representation of a stone. We suggest looking at our video function and 3-D report so you can get a better idea of what your stone will look like. View a stone in person by having a sapphire shipped to you for inspection before you decide to buy, or schedule an appointment with our showroom if the sapphire is available for show.


Our last tip when purchasing a blue sapphire is simply to ask questions. If you do not know something, ask an expert. Our team of professional GIA trained gemologists are always available to answer any questions you may have about a specific stone, or simply about blue sapphires in general. Our sales team do not work on commission so you can be sure they are helping you with your best interests in mind.


After receiving your ring, if you find it needs additional adjustment, give us a call and we will mail you a special free set of ring sizers and a prepaid return label to send the ring back to us for final sizing. Read more about ring sizing.


Because of this, we recommend shopping for a blue sapphire engagement ring from a trusted vendor that provides high-resolution photos with accurate color representation, such as James Allen or Leibish & Co.


Mike Fried has written hundreds of articles and helped answer more than 30,000 emails from our readers. This has given him a unique perspective on what information truly helps our readers in their quest for finding the perfect diamond engagement ring or piece of jewelry.


Blue sapphires are the most popular and valuable blue colored gemstone of the Corundum mineral family. Corundum is the second hardest natural mineral used for jewelry after diamonds, scoring a 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness, and is also the mineral that produces ruby gemstones.


A blue sapphire engagement ring represents a unique personal style, with a vivid colored gemstone instead of a white diamond. Blue sapphire engagement rings appeal to brides who desire color in their ring or want an engagement ring that stands out from the crowd.


Kings and other royalty, as well as historical figures, have worn blue sapphire jewelry due to its association with good fortune. In fact, blue sapphires have been precious gemstones for thousands of years. For several religions, the deep blue hue of sapphire is viewed as a representation of heaven.


Although blue sapphire engagement rings have grown hugely in popularity over the last decade, this richly-colored gemstone has been one of the favorite center stones of royalty and important figures for centuries.


The best color for a blue sapphire is royal blue, also known as cornflower blue. You can recognize these stones because of their medium to dark blue hue with high saturation. Sapphires of this color are vivid and devoid of brown and gray hints. Some people prefer a violet-blue tone in the same color range with high saturation.


All sapphires will contain inclusions called rutile needles, making it extremely uncommon to find a flawless, inclusion-free blue sapphire. The vast majority of sapphires are also heat treated for improved clarity and color.


Like diamonds, blue sapphires come in an incredible range of carat weights. Because sapphires tend to be heavier than diamonds, a one carat blue sapphire will often look slightly smaller than a diamond of equivalent carat weight.


One advantage of shopping at James Allen is that they have a great selection of blue sapphires in the one to two carat range. These sapphires are typically less expensive than diamonds of an equivalent carat weight, allowing you to affordably maximize the size of your center stone.


This 2.93 carat oval natural blue sapphire is also a great choice. Available for $5,360, it can look fantastic in a range of settings, including this beautiful 14k white gold knife edge solitaire setting, available for an additional $405.


This stunning 2.47 carat Burmese blue sapphire is available from Leibish & Co. for $16,600. It has a gorgeous deep blue hue and no signs of heat treatment. Set in this 18k white gold halo engagement ring setting, it costs a total of $21,190.


Although Leibish specializes in high-end sapphires, they also have a diverse selection of more affordable stones. This gorgeous 1.83 carat cornflower blue Sri Lankan sapphire is available at a price of $2,650. In this classic solitaire setting, it costs a total of $3,900.


Like James Allen, Leibish & Co. offer excellent customer service. All of their loose gemstones, rings and other jewelry come with free, fully insured shipping worldwide, certification and a 30-day money back guarantee. You can learn more about them in our Leibish & Co. review.


As we mentioned above, buying a blue sapphire engagement ring is less technical than buying a diamond. Despite this, there is a range of ways that you can maximize your value for money and get the highest quality center stone and ring for your budget:


Handcrafted in 18-karat yellow gold, our Graduated Blue Sapphire Ring features 1.0 carat of round, brilliant cut blue sapphires in varying sizes set in a four-prong setting. With the largest diamond set in the center and framed by slightly smaller stones, this ring is a true classic with wear forever appeal.


Steller is a delicate balance of ethereal beauty and refined attitude. Defining lines and bold surfaces sculpturally suspend a vibrant, natural royal blue sapphire center stone. The steller collection has original style with a contemporary silhouette, setting a new standard of ring design.


Nicola, our "something blue" engagement ring with a cushion-cut natural Ceylon blue sapphire and accent marquise-cut white diamonds. Beautiful flowery styled design with a double claw prong setting with side diamond leaf clusters.


Our hex sapphires are unique in color and size, and clarity, and may feature inclusions. After your order is placed, our team will share stone options for you to review and select the stone of your choice.


A hexagon-shaped blue sapphire steals the spotlight on our Sapphire Hex Ring, with a shine reminiscent of a glistening ocean. A dainty design that packs a punch, the bubbled band gives hints of modern glamour, especially when cast in precious 14-karat yellow gold. Designed to be stacked for a bold look, this Blue Sapphire Hex Ring can also be worn alone as an elegant statement piece.


Make your purchase with Klarna, so you can try before you buy. Only pay for what you keep. Pay up to 30 days later. No interest. No fees. No impact to your credit score. Paying after delivery allows you to try before you buy and is the easiest way to shop online. Complete the payment in full after purchase at no added cost. Simply, select "Klarna" as method of payment during checkout to proceed. If you require further assistance, please contact us on +44 (0) 208 0505 209 or enquiries@gemdaia.com.


METAL: Use a soft cloth to gently wipe clean, then remove any remaining impurities with mild diluted soap. Rinse with warm water and dry thoroughly before storing in the provided jewelry pouch.


GEMSTONE: Use a soft cloth to gently wipe clean, then remove any remaining impurities with mild diluted soap. Rinse with warm water and dry thoroughly before storing in the provided jewelry pouch.


Sapphire is a gemstone associated with royalty. A sapphire is believed to be good for attracting abundance, blessings, and gifts. It has been used to protect against negative energies, calm the mind, strengthen intuition, and invite spiritual clarity. 041b061a72


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