14K Gold Split Band Rough Sapphire Engagement Ring

0




Buy Now with Best Price



The beautiful rough sapphire crystal in this ring is completely gorgeous! Totally untreated and uncut, these amazing crystals were found on riverbanks in Sri Lanka, after being naturally washed out of the pockets of stone in which they formed. The fascinating stone is set in a hand-made claw setting and placed on a hammered double band. This lovely, slightly rustic ring would be a perfect gift for a September baby (or the mother of one!), or as an alternative engagement ring! Stone: Natural, untreated sapphire Cut: Uncut raw stone Color: Blue, with some natural color zoning Size: Crystals measure approximately 7x4mm Metal: Claw setting and handmade band made from your choice of 14k yellow, rose or palladium white gold. Size: Made to order in any size. Please keep in mind that these beautiful crystals are completely natural and untreated. Each crystal has a unique shape, clarity, and color. These little differences make each ring totally one-of-a-kind! Your new treasure will arrive ready for gifting, packaged in a sturdy paper kraft box with a soft foam insert to protect and cushion the jewelry. Sapphire is a gem-quality variety of the mineral corundum. It is the second hardest substance on earth after diamond, rating 9 on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness. The name corundum comes from the Sanskrit word kuruvindam, meaning "ruby sapphire," while the name sapphire comes from the Persian word safir, derived from the Greek word for blue. Throughout history, sapphire has symbolized truth, sincerity and loyalty. It is also thought to bring peace, joy and wisdom to its wearer. Sapphire is one of the 'precious four' gems, which also includes red ruby, green emerald and fine diamond. Sapphire is the traditional birthstone for September.