Blue Sapphire Engagement Rings

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Sapphire is the third most popular choice for engagement ring center stones, after diamonds and rubies. Blue sapphires are chosen for their rich color which gives off a sense of regality. They are also very durable, and rank 9 on the Mohs scale. Despite their rarity, they are generally less expensive than diamonds. They work well in a variety of settings, be it solitaire or with white diamond side stones, in halo settings with pave diamond bands or split shanks. Though they are less sparkly than diamonds, a well-cut sapphire will reflect light brilliantly. White gold and platinum are popularly paired with blue sapphire rings to bring out their color.
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  • What does blue sapphire engagement ring mean?

    Used in engagement rings, it represents honesty, sincerity, and faithfulness.  They are a popular engagement ring choice, and look particularly elegant when paired with white gold or platinum which emphasizes theri rich color.

  • Do blue sapphires sparkle like diamonds?

    Blue Sapphire engagement rings possess a sparkle almost as strong as diamond but not quite similar. This is because diamond ranks higher on the refractive index than blue sapphire due to its superior light performance which is how it gives off more fire and brilliance.

  • How many carats of blue sapphire should I wear?

    The standard carat weight for a blue sapphire engagement ring is 1.10 carat which translates to 6.20MM. However, consideration of factors such as the finger size of the wearer as well as the choice of cut for the gem will determine the overall carat weight suitable for the right size engagement ring.

  • Does blue sapphire break easily?

    Apart from its color and history, blue sapphire also boasts a score of 9 on the Mohs toughness scale which is only second to diamond. This means that the gemstone is especially tough and not prone to cracking, chipping, or breaking easily – something everyone looks for in an engagement ring.

  • Does blue sapphire go with rose gold?

    Toggle ContentRose gold is a very good pairing with blue sapphire as it adds a touch of elegance and romance to the beautiful gemstone. In a ring setting, the copper and gold alloy blends well with blue sapphire in that it makes the gemstone color stand out even more, which is exactly what makes blue sapphire engagement rings desirable.