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Blue Sapphire Accented Engagement Rings

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The birthstone of September is the blue sapphire, which has been a popular gemstone for engagement rings and wedding jewelry for decades. Sapphires score a 9 on Mohs scale of mineral hardness, which make them an ideal candidate for jewelry that will be worn every day. In honor of this beautiful and timeless gemstone, we wanted to show that it’s easy to incorporate it into your engagement ring or bridal set. Below are three engagement rings that feature blue sapphire accents.

1. Diamond and Sapphire Accented Engagement Ring

Diamond and Sapphire Accented Engagement Ring

This ring features alternating diamonds and blue sapphires on the band. The center stone can either be a diamond, Forever One Moissanite, or gemstone. The ring is manufactured in your choice of metal type with G colored VS clarity diamonds and AAA quality blue sapphires.

2. Art Deco Diamond Engagement Ring with Sapphire Clusters

Art Deco Diamond Engagement Ring with Sapphire Clusters

Three sapphire clusters sit on either side of the center stone in this engagement ring. The ring also features milgrain detailing and pave set diamonds on the band, giving the ring an antique look. The basket features a peek-a-boo diamond for an added surprise.

3. Sapphire Accented Knife Edge Engagement Ring

Sapphire Accented Knife Edge Engagement Ring

This ring features a knife edge band, which is set with sparkling white diamonds. The ring features two side blue sapphires, each weighing approximately 0.30 ct. The ring is perfect for a center stone in various shapes and sizes. We have loose diamonds and Forever One Moissanite available, but can also source a specialty gemstone if you wish.

We can customize any of our jewelry to feature blue sapphires or any other gemstone. Please contact our custom jewelry team for pricing or more information.

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