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In The Pink - Estate IGI 14K Rose Gold Rare Natural Pink Sapphire & Diamond Halo Ring.  This rare ring is crafted from 14K rose gold.  Featuring one natural oval cut faceted natural (no heat) pink sapphire, 30 natural rose cut diamonds, classic styling, and quality craftsmanship.  This wonderful ring showcases a rare natural pink sapphire, which is accompanied by a IGI report numbered 474146844. Natural no heat pink sapphires are rare since 99 % of the gemstones available in the market today have different forms of treatment. This particular example is completely natural, and came out of the earth this amazing colour.  The pink sapphire is a vibrant pink colour, with a purplish/pink hue.  The beautiful pink sapphire is surrounded by sparkling rose cut diamonds, which sets off the sapphire perfectly. The shoulders of this ring are also adorned by diamonds, leading down to a polished and smooth band, which allows for a comfortable fit and easy sizing.  This Estate ring is an investment piece that will not only increase in value, however it will also bring you many years of enjoyment. Truly a ring to be cherished. 

Note: Appraisal and IGI (International Gemological Institute) documentation included with the ring. 

History: Throughout history pink sapphires have been symbols of love. In Asian lore they are sometimes compared to the sacred lotus flower, standing for beauty, wisdom and purity.

The earliest accounts of sapphire engagement rings – given by bridegrooms as tokens of their sincere intentions – date back to Ancient Rome.

In medieval Europe, sapphires were worn as talismans. In India they were believed to cure scorpion bites if mixed with water.

Origin. Pink sapphires have become more available since new deposits were found in Madagascar in the late 1990s. Until that time, pink sapphires were considered exceptionally rare since they were only found in a few locations around the world, the most popular locations being Sri Lanka, Myanmar and East Africa.

The earliest diamonds were found in India in 4th century BC, although the youngest of these deposits were formed 900 million years ago. A majority of these early stones were transported along the network of trade routes that connected India and China, commonly known as the Silk Road.

People most likely first discovered gold in streams and rivers all over the world with its beauty and luster catching the eye. ... A few centuries later, around 1200 BC, the Egyptians discovered they could alloy gold with other metals in order to make it stronger and give it different color pigments.

Rose gold was first used in early 19th century Russia by the famed jeweler Carl Faberge in his infamous Faberge Eggs, as was known as Russian Gold. Rose gold later gained popularity in the United Stated during the lavish and feminine 1920's, and was worn in engagement rings and fine jewelry.


Measurements: Face of the Ring  10.00 mm x 8.00 mm 

Stone Size: Ruby 1.08 carats   Diamonds .25 carats 

Weight: 1.73 grams 

Ring Size: 6 

Condition: Excellent 

Origin: America 

Date: 21st Century 



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