Fuchsias growing on a stalk, lipstick to face the day, flamingos astride in azure waters, candy hearts, all are pink but none come close to the lucid coloration displayed in this mesmerizing no heat sapphire.
1970 halo cluster ring of 14k white gold.
A gorgeous raspberry pink sapphire of 2.3 carats is just the way nature intended. The 9.4 by 8.4 mm eco-friendly gem is prong set in white gold.
Surrounded by a coterie of twenty-four sparkling diamonds, total weight of 1.36 carats (H-I color; VS2-SI2 clarity), the luscious sapphire offers a unique choice in engagement rings.
Larger than most cluster rings, a double halo of eight marquise diamonds of a total .40 carats, eight round brilliants of total .40 carats and eight more marquises of a total .56 carats ignites the mouth-watering roseate sapphire with rays of prismatic light and intense fire.
Like an open work flower, the 14k white gold under gallery lets in a honeycomb of light which brightens the entire face of the estate ring. Without the ring insert the size is 6.5 and can be removed at no change.