Sapphire jewelry, especially rings, has been becoming more and more popular in recent years due to the fact that Kate Middleton’s engagement ring from Prince William was a gorgeous sapphire surrounded by diamonds. Sapphires are typically set into rings, pendants, bracelets, and more recently wedding bands. They are the birthstone of September, which makes them the perfect gift for someone who has a fall birthday, for a mother who had a child in the fall, or even a fall proposal or wedding.
Sapphires are often seen as very fashionable Jewelry in Denver, many women wear sapphires as well as other gemstones. Sapphires for engagement rings are most commonly cut into oval, princess, or emerald shapes, and many times, like Kate’s ring, diamonds surrounds them. These diamonds tend to help add elegance and encourage the color of the stone especially if it is a dark blue stone. Sapphires can come in a variety of colors including white and pink, but blue is obviously the most popular and desired.
One of the most unique instances of sapphire jewelry that we at The Diamond Reserve have seen is a rainbow piece of jewelry. This can be on a ring, pendant, or bracelet. Since sapphires can come in a rainbow of colors, many times jewelers will take advantage of the color range and create a spectacular piece of jewelry alternating colors with the sapphires as well. Sapphires are the stone of choice for many tennis bracelets because they are cheaper than diamonds but look the same, if you are in the market for sapphire jewelry come visit us today!