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 Sapphire is synonymous with luxury and royalty. It is undeniably one of the most beautiful gemstones in the world. The sapphire is the mineral corundum, the word sapphire comes from the Latin word “saphirus” and the Greek word “sapheiros” both meaning blue. Although this gemstone comes in many colors of hues like pink, orange, yellow, teal and more. Although the term “sapphire” usually refers to the blue variety of corundum (ruby is the red variety), and blue sapphires are one of the most popular colored stones. Today, several modern brides prefer a blue ring or a sapphire ring.

Every Occasion: Sapphire Rings 

woman wearing sapphire ring

Sapphire rings can be worn as September birthstone rings. You can wear it every day without worry as well. A sapphire diamond anniversary ring is also an ideal gift for the 5th and 45th wedding anniversaries. 

Sapphire Rings in Appealing Shapes
Similar to other precious gemstones, some of the most popular shapes for sapphire are round and oval. Sapphire is naturally found in a hexagonal crystalline structure. This allows stone cutters to give it any desired shape, while also maintaining its durability. We offer rings with sapphires in stunning shapes, each carefully cut to preserve and enhance the beauty and sparkle of the gemstone.

1. Marquise

marques  sapphire shape
Blue sapphire marquise rings look sophisticated and timeless. It has pointed ends on both sides and creates an illusion of a bigger size. Wearing a ring in this shape also makes the finger appear longer and slimmer.

2. Oval

sapphire oval shape
It looks similar to a round-cut sapphire but is slightly elongated. However, this quality also makes the gemstone appear larger and is a preferred cut for rings. If you’re looking for a ring that attracts attention, you will fall head over heels in love with our oval blue sapphire rings collection.

3. Emerald cut

Emerald cut sapphire shape
Emerald cut diamonds are a unique and elegant class of diamond cuts. Unlike most other shapes that are brilliant cuts, an emerald cut diamond is actually a step cut. Its faceting is not the traditional kite and star shaped facets of other loose diamonds; rather, emerald cuts have small rectangular facets that resemble stairs or steps.

4. Heart

Heart Gemstone Blue Sapphire Ring
There’s nothing quite as romantic and beautiful as a heart-shaped pink sapphire ring. It is the universal symbol of love and a perfect choice for occasions like engagements, weddings and anniversaries. When you can’t express it in words, say it with a heart sapphire ring.

5. Pear

Pear sapphire shape
Those looking for an elegant and timeless ring should go for a pear-shaped ring. Also known as the teardrop-cut, the pear-cut highlights the sparkle and brilliance of the gemstone. It is characterized by a round end on one side and a pointed end on the other. Our pear sapphire rings are available in pink, teal and blue hues.

6. Square

Sapphire Engagement Ring Non Diamond 18K Gold Blue
This one’s a neat and elegant shape that grabs a lot of attention. Square sapphire rings come in solitaire style, three-stone as well as half eternity and full eternity bands.

7. Cushion

Blue Sapphire Diamond Sterling Silver Engagement Ring
The rectangular shape and soft, rounded edges make this cut look like a pillow, hence the name cushion-cut. It brings out the beauty of colored gemstones and is one of the most preferred shapes when it comes to sapphire rings. Our collection of cushion sapphire rings features both simple and bold designs.

8. Round

Princess Diana Inspired Diamond Halo Blue Sapphire Ring
This is a classic and elegant cut that brings out the maximum sparkle in a gem. Having said that, round sapphire rings are expensive compared to other cuts. This is because a lot of the material gets wasted while giving the gemstone.




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