Montana Sapphire Ring
Montana sapphire ring is outstanding. This gem is found in Montana from a conflict free location. The center gemstone is an .90 carat unheated purple sapphire. This gemstone has not been treated or altered in anyway. Set in a beautifully detailed sterling silver halo design. Bonded with precious rhodium to prevent tarnish this sapphire ring set is currently a size 7 but can be custom sized to fit. This is a one of a kind ring and can’t be remade. Prefer this ring in gold or platinum? Contact us.
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This ring can be custom ordered in gold or platinum or made with another gemstone.
Sapphire and Ruby comprise more than half of all Gemstones sold worldwide.
Sapphire’s popularity is not based on color alone. Its hardness of 9 places it next to Diamond (10), making it an excellent choice for jewelry worn daily. It is frequently featured in engagement rings. Most people relate Sapphire to the color Blue. But this form of Corundum is readily available in an array of other colors: Pink, Golden, Green, peachy Orange, Purple and Colorless. Fancy colors in Sapphires are described as being variations of the standard hues. Color change Sapphires are those which have two colors which are distinct when the light source is changed from fluorescent to incandescent.
Generally, the more clear and vivid the color, the more valuable the fancy sapphire. If the color is in the pastel range the clarity should be good because in lighter tones inclusions are more noticeable. The trade usually prefers the gemstones to be cleaner with fewer visible inclusions. In a lighter colored gemstone the cut is more important. Lighter stones must reflect light back evenly across the face of the stone, making it lively and brilliant. With darker more intense colors, the cut isn’t as critical because the color creates its own impact.