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SOLD...Sapphire and Diamond Halo RIng:1.74ct Pink Pear Shape Sapphire BUBBLE GUM R6468

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IITEM #: R6468
18Karat White Gold Sapphire Ring

WEIGHT: 1.74ct
STONE TYPE: Sapphire
SHAPE: Pear Shape
MEASUREMENTS: 8.95 x 6.85 x 3.80 mm

SHAPE: Round Brilliant

18Karat White Gold

Currently sized at: 6
We will ship the ring in your size.

We include our comprehensive appraisal for identification or insurance purposes.

pink sapphire

1.74ct Pink Pear Shape Sapphire in Halo Diamond Ring

I love bright pink sapphires. For me, both the color and brilliance need to work together. That's the case here. The result is that you really "get" the pink - it shows up beautifully.

We got a bangin' deal on this stone. Part of the reason is that there are a few crystals and clouds visible in the pictures. In real life, you can't really make them out. Although there are websites advertising clarity on sapphires, gemologists do not grade sapphires for clarity. After all, diamonds and sapphires use the light in different manners. Characteristics that might be a bother in diamonds, can't be seen in sapphires.

The shape and cut is very nice.

The stone was heated during the cutting process. That is customary in stones of this color.


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We chose one of our most popular halo rings for this gem.

It's got a great look and feel. You can wear it next to your wedding band, or another band type ring with no gaps, should you desire.

It's a durable design, suitable for every day wear.

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pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire

pink pear shape sapphire




The photos above are ACTUAL Photos of the sapphire ring you will receive.


In the photo on the right, you can see what I'm talking about.

The Sapphire on the left is quite a nice one. Believe it or not,
in this particular case, the Sapphire on the left had a higher
price than the stone on the right - which is the stone I chose.
It's making its new owner very happy as you read this.

Sparkle is the type of Sapphires, Rubies, and Emeralds we

Our stones are all NATURAL - including this awesome

This one is a great example of the sparkle I love combined
with a deep rich color

Many Natural Sapphires, as is true of this one, are heated during the cutting and finishing process.

Why we sell heated sapphires

When shopping for the gems we offer, we have incredibly high standards. We want to carry only exceptional diamonds, and sapphires. Yet we want to do this in a way that includes the collectors, and connoisseurs, as well as "normal people" who may want to forgo some of the finer points to get more bang for the buck.

When it comes to sapphires, there is a distinction between heated, and non heated stones. If a sapphire can be cut that keeps the color saturation, and brilliance without heating, it will bring a premium over a heated stone. In some cases, a huge premium.

The evidence of heating is fairly simple for labs to detect.

We have purchased sapphires that were claimed to be non heat stones, and sent them to GIA - every time they've come back non heated. We are very choosy in our sources as well.

No matter how comfortable we are with our sources for Sapphires, we will only guarantee a sapphire "non heated" with a GIA report to back it up.

The reason we offer primarily heated sapphires is that heating can be considered a part of the cutting process for most sapphire rough. When done properly, it will produce an even color and reduce the appearance of color striations - color banding.

We can obtain non heated sapphires when needed, usually we'll have a few on the site. However, when I see a stone that has a great appearance and reasonable price that has been heated, I like to offer them.

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