Laverder hexagon Sapphire Twig Ring in Sterling Silver

Sale price Price $225.00 Regular price $225.00 Unit price  per 

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Handmade in Ontario, Canada

Ring Sizes: 6-9.5 US
Gemstone: Sapphire
Gem colour: Golden Brown
Band colour: Silver
Adjustable: yes
Style: Minimalist

~~Made to order~~~

This Natural rose cut hexagon Lavender Sapphire (stone b) will be set in Sterling Silver with 2 hearts, my signature, on the back of the stone.

This listing is for stone B in the image, the ring will be custom made with this stone.
The ring shown in the product image is already sold.

If you like the golden Brown Sapphire go here

This stone shows a beautiful sheen in the light.

The simple style of this ring makes it so perfect for any occasion.

This ring could be a perfect gift for, graduation, sweet 16, engagement, mother's day, friendship or a special gift to self 😃

Make 

Sapphire's mineral name is Corundum.

With a hardness of 9 on the scale of Mohs, its the hardest next to diamond (10)
I love the durability of this stone, not scratching easily at all and great for everyday use.

The contrast between the brushed silver and the stone gives it that "chic elegance" look that you will love for every day and on your night out. These are just real Eye candy for the luxury lover.

This stone shows the mineral Structure (hexagon and a sheen*) which makes it so Unique +rose cut on the top that gives it a really nice extra sparkle.
Colour and sheen are really hard to capture in an image and are way nicer in person.

Colour can vary due to the differences in monitors or digital devices.

Make sure you select the right size before checkout


The mystic sheen*/cat eye effect in these genuine/natural Sapphire because that it is cut from rough material that exhibits partial asterism.**

Please

Contact Me for customizing or other Questions.

Thanks for shopping at my store

~ Monique 😊

**Asterism = Basically, there are rutile needle inclusions in it that are oriented at certain angles to give it that partial star effect. The reason why you can't see a partial star is because the stone is cut too low for the star to show, the stone must be cut into a high domed cabochon.**