Are you familiar with peacock sapphires? In Los Angeles, California, we are lucky to have access to loose gemstones of all kinds. Sapphires come in a variety of colors, including yellow, peach, blue, and more! A peacock sapphire is a fancy colored sapphire that exhibits colors of green and blue. Green/blue peacock sapphires have grown in popularity and we've had a number of requests to manufacture custom pieces of jewelry that is set with this unique and beautiful stone. Below are two of our most recently purchased peacock sapphire engagement rings that we designed and manufactured.
This blue green sapphire engagement ring was designed with a cushion cut peacock sapphire center stone, which is flanked by two cadillac diamonds. We added diamond halos around the center stone and side stones for added sparkle and elegance. The peacock sapphire center stone weighs approximately 2.80 carats and changes color in different types of lighting.
This rose gold engagement ring is custom and features a radiant cut peacock sapphire center stone. The center stone weighs approximately 2.17 carats, which is surrounded by a tulip designed diamond halo. We love how the teal color of the sapphire is complemented by the warm hues of the 14 karat rose gold.
Recently, we have created a new, ready-to-ship jewelry page! These items are handcrafted one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces that are perfect for a last minute gift idea. We have created two stunning peacock sapphire rings, which are currently available for purchase. You may view these peacock diamond gemstone rings below. Shop all of our ready-to-ship jewelry items to learn more about these rings and all of our available designs.
If you are interested in a peacock sapphire engagement ring, please contact us. If you are not local, we can source stones and provide photos via email. If you are local to the greater Los Angeles area, please give us a call and we'd love to source a few stones for you to come see in person. You may email us or give us a call to get started or schedule an appointment.
Edit: This blog was originally published on 3/26/2019. It was updated with new information and images on 11/21/2019.