This is an exceptional example of a perfect, dark navy blue sapphire with an optimal depth of color. The sapphire sits prominently in a six high-prong vintage setting that allows ample light to move up and through the stone. The intricate filigree work of the setting features delicate floral accents and cutouts that will cascade beautifully down the finger when worn. There are also tiny “keyhole” patterns that sweep along the underside of the band. This sapphire ring could be worn as a cocktail ring or even as a lovely alternative to the traditional diamond engagement ring. The mounting is a piece originally made in the Art Deco era, that we've restored and 'upcycled' simply by adding a new sapphire.
Material: 18 Karat Gold
Gem: Ceylon Sapphire, 1.74 carats 6.1 x 5.8mm, Oval
Size of Ring: 5.75, but can be sized to fit almost any finger (please see our sizing policies for more information).
This item has been acid tested in our shop to assure quality of the metal.
Each piece has been identified and graded by a Graduate Gemologist who has been certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). We have four brick and mortar storefronts in Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire and have been in business for over 25 years! Please visit our Shop's About Page or our website for more information about our jewelry. For questions about diamond grading, we recommend the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) who were the founders of the 4C's.
Enchanting Deep Navy Blue Sapphire Ring in Classic Filigree Setting