Pink Sapphire Engagement Ring
Carla Maxine Germann
"Pretty in pink! Don’t let the pink fool you - pink sapphires get their colour from the level of chromium found in the corundum (sapphire mineral). Chromium is a very strong & naturally occurring compound in the earth that influences the formation of these gems, and the more chromium a sapphire has, the more it leans towards being a ruby. Pair it with my Pink Cluster ring."
14ct white gold set with a cushion cut and round pink sapphires
Top section 9mm x 9mm x 4.5mm on 1.8mm band
Rhodium plated finish
This is a one-of-a-kind item and once sold out, cannot be exactly replicated. Fear not; our artist can make something similar - please enquire and we'll see what can be created just for you.