Orange pentagon sapphire, black and white diamonds ring | #115

$1,325.00

An unusual engagement ring for a modern bride is stylishly composed of natural gemstones. At its center, a magnificent pentagon cut orange sapphire takes center stage, capturing the imagination with its intense and radiant hue.

The pentagon cut of the sapphire adds a contemporary touch to the ring, enhancing its geometric appeal and creating a mesmerizing focal point. The vibrant orange color of the sapphire symbolizes energy, creativity, and passion, making it a perfect choice for those seeking a vibrant and unique gemstone.

Adorning the orange sapphire are exquisite, delicate diamonds baguettes that add a touch of brilliance and enhance the overall geometric design. These baguettes create a sleek and sophisticated frame, emphasizing the sapphire's striking color and shape.

To further elevate the ring's allure, accents of black diamonds are strategically placed, creating a captivating contrast against the vibrant orange sapphire. These black diamonds add a touch of mystery and intrigue to the overall design, giving the ring a contemporary and edgy vibe.

Delicate yet modern this fine jewelry piece could become as an alternative engagement ring or anniversary gift for her. This gold ring reminds of an Art Deco style and will keep timeless look during ages. 

Unique sapphire & diamonds engagement ring:

Gemstones

  • central sapphire: pentagon cut, natural and untreated, VVS clarity, 0.5 ct. Origin: Songea, Tanzania.
  • diamonds: choose in options
    • lab-grown: VS clarity, 0.22 ct
    • natural, conflict-free, SI clarity, 0.22 ct total
  • accents: natural black diamonds, round cut, 0.08 ct

Metal details

We use only solid, recycled fair trade gold. Shown in rose gold this ring can be remade in white or yellow gold too. 14K or 18K by your choice.


SAPPHIRE: a gemstone for a queen

Sapphires have been treasured for thousands of years among many different cultures. When in the Middle Ages, sapphire was used to protect a wearer from evil, later it became a very valuable stone, associated with royalty and nobility. In fact, up until the 17th century, sapphires were reserved only for royalty and high priests. Anyone else was strictly forbidden from wearing the precious stone.

Nowadays natural sapphires are available for anyone and it's been admired by collectors and jewelry lovers thanks to the variety of colours and shapes.

Second to diamond, sapphire is considered the most durable gemstone available. It has a score of 9 on Moh’s scale and you don't need to worry about scratches when wearing it everyday. 

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