Sapphires are precious gemstones that consist of the mineral corundum. Blue sapphires are the most common, but yellow, orange and purple sapphires also exist.
After diamonds and moissanite, sapphires are the third hardest material on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness.
The symbolism of sapphires has changed over time. People also used to believe that a blue sapphire protected you against magic and witchcraft. According to Hindustani superstition, a sapphire brings good luck to the wearer under the influence of the planet of Saturn.
Today, sapphires mainly symbolise truth, love, purity and sincerity. With its intense blue appearance, the sapphire is perfect as an accent colour for an engagement ring or even a pair of earrings.
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A diamond ring is a very personal item and should fit perfectly. If you already have a ring that fits perfectly, measure the inner diameter with a precise measuring tool, preferably a caliper. Or discover, more ways to measure your perfect ring size.
If the ring size appears to be too large or too small after your purchase, most ring designs can be adjusted without any problem. The exact amount charged for the size adjustment depends on the ring design, the material, and the number of sizes the ring needs to be adjusted.
All of our jewels are handmade using only the most high quality precious metals and diamonds. You can take a closer look at our distinct collections in one of our specialised showrooms, but you can also find all of our jewellery online. Let our unique collections inspire you or find inspiration in our informative blogposts.
The blue sapphire in your high-end jewellery will make your loved one feel like blue blood is running through their veins. This sparkling stone has been the favourite of many royals for ages. It comes from the same mineral as rubies, corundum. Blue sapphires are well-known by all, but they exist in other colours as well.