Purple Sapphire, Pink Sapphire & Diamond 3-Stone Ring

Platinum and 18K rose gold ring featuring a 5.59 carat emerald-cut purple sapphire accented by 0.80 carat total weight of trapezoid-cut pink sapphires and 0.36 carat total weight of round diamonds.


Design Details

Purple Sapphire, Pink Sapphire & Diamond 3-Stone Ring
Platinum w/ 18K Rose Gold, Size 6.5
1 Purple Sapphire Emerald-Cut 5.59ct. (11.14x6.69mm) -Natural
2 Pink Sapphire Trapeziod 0.80 ctw. (6.0x3.0mm)- Heated
40 Diamond Rd 0.36ctw. (F+/VS+)

Unique Design Traits

Exquisite, purple sapphire combined with ultra feminine pink sapphires displays lively color and brilliance.

Hand drawn wire and hand set French pavé allows for total precision, diamonds are set so almost no metal is visible between stones.

With the over 5ct center purple sapphire, this makes an amazing right hand or cocktail ring. Or for the extra glamorous; an alternative bridal ring.

Gemstone Details

Fancy Sapphire

Beloved for centuries as the ultimate gemstone, sapphire is part of the Corundum mineral family and is an ideal choice for everyday wear. With a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale, sapphire of any color is one of the hardest gemstones behind a diamond. They exist in blue, pink, green, yellow, orange, purple, colorless and black. Sapphires that are not blue, black or colorless are called fancy sapphires. Some sapphires may be considered ‘parti-colored’ by displaying combinations of different colors. Each color category has its own color range from different color-causing trace elements and sources.

Sapphire is found in many parts of the world, but the most prized sapphires are from Myanmar (Burma), Kashmir and Sri Lanka (Ceylon). Variations of fancy sapphire include the rare, orange-pink padparadscha sapphire as well as the unique star sapphire.

Due to their crystal growth, larger sapphires are most often found in fancy brilliant cuts, like oval or cushion, large rounds and emerald cuts are markedly rarer to encounter. No matter what the color, sapphires combine durability and beauty for generations of pleasure.

Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the gem of the 5th and 45th anniversaries.

Pink Sapphire

Lighter in tone than ruby, but no less brilliant, pink sapphire is a modern descriptor. Pink is not a distinct hue, it is in fact, a light-toned pale red. But pink sapphires and rubies are considered two different gemstones. Color plays a vital role in this distinction.

Like rubies, pink sapphires are often modified by secondary hues. When pink and orange are present in a stone, the color might produce a padparadscha sapphire, but when pink is modified by the addition of purple, stones could appear “hot pink,” “fuchsia” or “magenta.” For this reason, pink sapphire encompasses a wide range of color saturations, from pale blush tones to rich deep purple pink.

In the late 1990s, a deposit was discovered in Madagascar making pink sapphires more available, having previously only been mined in limited locations, including Sri Lanka and Myanmar.

Sapphire is the birthstone for September and the gem of the 5th and 45th anniversaries.