October is finally here and the weather is finally starting to cool off. October’s birthstone is typically the opal, but this is a soft gemstone, even if it is beautiful. Many people who wear fine jewelry on a daily basis choose to wear jewelry that features the alternative birthstone of this month, the pink sapphire, due to it being more durable. A sapphire scores 9 on Mohs Scale of Mineral Hardness, making it an ideal gemstone to wear every day. deBebians carries a beautiful array of pink sapphire jewelry that is available for purchase. See a few of my personal favorites below.
This princess cut eternity band features AAA quality pink sapphires. The total carat weight of this ring will be approximately 2.25cttw and the width of the ring will be 3.5mm. This ring will be lovely if worn alone, stacked next to varying eternity bands, or even worn as an anniversary ring. A pink sapphire eternity ring is also a popular choice for a “push present” and can be worn to commemorate the birth of a baby girl or a child born in October.
If you love the look of pink diamonds, but don’t want to pay the price, why not consider a pink sapphire halo ring? We manufacture this engagement ring with rose gold for the head, which enhances the color of the pink sapphires. The band has a width of 2mm, making this engagement ring ideal to be worn next to virtually any type of wedding ring. This ring may be set with various diamond, gemstone, or moissanite center stone shapes and carat weights. Please contact a deBebians jewelry expert for assistance.
Lastly, I wanted to share a pair of pink sapphire earrings. These halo studs feature your choice of 1.00 cttw, 2.00 cttw, or 3.00 ctts round brilliant cut sapphires. Choose the total carat weight, metal type, and type of backings to complete your order.