Marie Ring – 18 Carat White Gold – Pink Sapphire- Top Wesselton Diamonds

Elegant ring with vibrant pink sapphire embraced by sparkling diamonds

kr. 17.400

Varenummer (SKU): MAR0101-18KW-SAPI-1 Kategorier: , , ,
✔ Gratis Levering ✔ Certifikat Medfølger
✔ Kvalitetsgaranti ✔ 100% kundetilfredshed
✔ Gratis Gravering ✔ Dansk Design
✔ Konfliktfri Diamanter  

Made of 18 carat white gold

Ring band Ø 2.1 mm

0.75 ct. Natural pink sapphire

Total of 0.23 ct. high quality tw.vs. diamanter




Sapphire is another variant of corundum, best known for its deep blue color. However,
sapphires can be found in a sea of ​​colors, except red, where the most common are blue, yellow, green, pink and colorless sapphires.
Pure blue is the most expensive color for sapphire, and the blue sapphires also belong to the elite among the gemstones.
This color of sapphires is very rare. With its hardness 9 on the mohs scale, sapphire has an extremely good durability with no tendency to split.
Sapphires are found in many places around the world, the most important of which are: India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kenya, Madagascar, Sri Lanka, China, Myanmar, Thailand and Australia. In Myanmar, mining has been going on for over 3,500 years. Some of the most beautiful sapphires are those mined in Sri Lanka. They have been named "Ceylon sapphires".


The name sapphire comes from the Greek word "sappheiros" and the Latin "sapphirus" which means "blue stone", but it is only within the last few hundred years that the name was associated specifically with the beautiful blue sapphire.
Although the royal blue and cornflower blue sapphire are by far the most coveted sapphires.