1.89 CT Baguette-Cut Blue Topaz and White Sapphire Halo Ring in Sterling Silver
About this item
- Halo design
- Crafted in lustrous Sterling Silver
- 1.89 ct. t.g.w. blue topaz and white sapphire
- Center stone size: 10.5x3.5mm baguette-cut
- Stone setting: Prong-set
- High polished
- Shipped in jewelry gift box
Stand out from the crowd with this beautiful sky-blue topaz and white sapphire ring. Crafted in lustrous sterling silver, this gorgeous ring features a baguette cut sparkling sky-blue topaz gemstone as the centerpiece that is beautifully embellished with shimmering white sapphires that trickle all the way down the band. Polished to a high brilliance, this ring is a valuable addition to any jewelry collection. Gift this ring as a wonderful token of your love and make your occasion memorable.
What is the history of blue topaz?
Blue topaz was used as a healing stone in ancient times, believed to have protective powers against illness, injury and death. Although seldom found in nature in shades of blue, blue is the most sought-after topaz color.
What does blue topaz symbolize?
Similar in appearance to aquamarine, the icy shade of swiss blue topaz resembles cool, serene water. Topaz is a favored healing crystal and carried and worn to promote truth, calm and wisdom.
Where does the word sapphire come from?
The sapphire is the for the month of September. The name sapphire is derived from the Latin word ““saphirus” and the Greek word “sapheiros,” both meaning blue. Some believe that the name sapphire is derived from its association with the planet Saturn. The name can be roughly translated to mean “dear to the planet Saturn” in many different languages.
What makes Sapphire special?
Sapphires have been prized as great gemstones since 800 BC. It is a very desirable gemstone due to its excellent color, hardness, durability, and luster. Sapphires get their colors from trace elements in the mineral corundum. Sapphires can also exhibit what is called the “star effect”. This occurs when the stone’s inclusions create a star pattern of rays on the surface.
What does sapphire symbolize?
Symbol of power and strength, a sapphire symbolizes faith, spirituality and is said to bring protection to the wearer. It symbolizes good fortune and kindness.
Is sapphire a birthstone?
Yes! Sapphire is the birthstone of September and is said to represent devotion, wisdom and strength. September is the perfect gift for a 45th wedding anniversary.
What inspired this design?
Our designers were inspired by the blue color. A blue color that resembles the blissful sky and the calm ocean. Where the sky and ocean resemble the calm state of mind, that concentrates on focusing on personal projects and goals. The color blue inspires confidence while the white sapphire clustered in the ring represents focus and determination. A dazzling piece to behold, this ring will make a standout addition to any jewelry collection.