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Natural Kashmir Sapphire Ring 2.46 Carats

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Natural Kashmir Sapphire Ring 2.46 Carats

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Kashmir sapphires are in league with rare colored diamonds and Burma rubies in terms of rarity

Key Features

  • An elegant 2.46-carat Kashmir sapphire displays its velvety cornflower blue in this wonderful ring
  • Kashmir sapphires are ranked amongst fine colored diamonds and Burma rubies in terms of rarity
  • This blue jewel is set between two fine white diamonds totaling 0.60 carats
  • This gem is certified by Gübelin to be of Kashmir origin and untreated
  • Set in platinum
  • Download the Gübelin Certification

Item Details

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Sapphires hailing from the Kashmir region are the pinnacle of quality and beauty. Weighing 2.46 carats, this elegant cushion-shaped stone exhibits an impeccable, untreated, velvety cornflower blue hue so desired in these jewels. These majestic stones are typically found only in important private collections, including the famed Kashmir sapphire engagement ring owned by Princess Diana and Kate Middleton, which is only slightly larger than this spectacular stone. This outstanding masterpiece is joined by two shimmering white diamonds weighing 0.60 total carats, and is certified by Gübelin Gemlab to be of Kashmir origin, natural and untreated. Set in platinum.

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Legendary Gemstones...Rubies and Sapphires

For thousands of years, rubies and sapphires have been revered for their beauty and perceived mystical powers. It was thought that rubies held the key to serenity and peace and could secure eternal love and happiness. The ancient Persians believed that the earth itself rested upon a great sapphire whose reflection caused the sky to be blue. Rubies and sapphires continue to captivate with their unparalleled beauty, and quality stones have become excellent investments.

Judging by their distinct color, it may be hard to believe that rubies and sapphires are actually the same stone, identical in all characteristics except color. Both are corundum and each derives their rich color from tiny amounts of different chemical impurities. These amazing corundum minerals are second only to diamonds in hardness, and in many cases, are a much better value.

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