Category Archives: Designing Your Own

The rich and famous set trends with their engagement ring selections and A-list celebrities certainly like their sapphires. Here are five of our all time favorite celebrity sapphire engagement rings and a few similar items that match the look. Take a … Continue Reading

One of the most unusual sapphire colors featured in our Unique Section, is the green sapphire. Some people in the jewelry trade will even confess to never having seen one, and yet in recent years interest in this rare stone … Continue Reading

Pink Sapphire Engagement Ring It is suggested that you should have your sapphire jewelry professionally cleaned and inspected every six months. Besides keeping your rare natural untreated sapphire engagement ring as sparkly and gorgeous as the day you first saw … Continue Reading

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Find Your Perfect Engagement Ring Trend It’s engagement season again, and while there’s no one right way to choose an engagement ring, there are always certain styles that reveal a sign of the times! Engagement ring styles and designs have … Continue Reading

We’ve been getting many requests lately for Claddagh rings, and questions on whether or not these rings are suitable as engagement rings. As it turns out, these rings—with their symbols representing love, loyalty and friendship—couldn’t be better suited for matrimonial … Continue Reading

Another year, another wonderful set of engagement ring trends. If you’re looking for a sapphire engagement ring, you’re probably a fashion-forward lady and you want something that is very personal. Getting a ring that’s up-to-date, yet also timeless in its allure, … Continue Reading

Mogok is known all over the world as the City of Ruby. In addition to ruby and sapphire, which are corundum, there are many types of gemstones produced by the mines of Mogok. Among the gemstones of Mogok are the … Continue Reading

Natural yellow sapphires can be some of the most beautiful gemstones out there, but if you are looking for something a bit more rare and unique I suggest taking a look at natural golden sapphires.  These stones have a slightly … Continue Reading

We want to hear from you! We recently received a parcel of gorgeous natural sapphires in a rainbow of unique colors.  Natural, untreated sapphires are already so rare…imagine a bracelet made entirely of them! I spent a part of my … Continue Reading