A bride glowing in an elegant white dress with beautiful, winged eyes gleaming of bridal glee and stream like smooth hair flowing under the tulle veil, revealing just a little of the heavenly beauty with a sheer blue stone in a sparkling band in her ring finger. Exquisite, isn’t it? It is the wedding day, the once in a lifetime celebration of the bond goes beyond just a single lifetime and regardless of how extravagant the dress and the ring is, couples always glow with radiance of their love on this day. Sapphire stones add to this radiance as it reflects loyalty, love and protection for the wearer.
The science behind Sapphire
Sapphire literally stands for blue stone and in the ancient period, Lapis Lazuli was also known as Sapphire. A Corundum variety, Sapphire is found in a wide range of hues ranging from transparent to opaque blue, indigo, pink, dark royal blue, pale pink, etc. Blue is often stated to be the true color of Sapphire gemstone and is the most famous for jewelry but it is available in Green and Yellow hues. This gem gets its colors from the distinct mineral compounds that form with aluminum oxide and cause chemical reactions. The famous Blue color is the result of an iron and titanium combination.
Sapphire wedding ring sets for him and her
Wide white sapphire wedding bands with single stone or three-four stones set in symmetrical design look great on men while princess cut style is more famous among women. Diamond sapphire wedding band in white gold is another hit among couples as diamonds make everything so much more indulgent and exquisite. Sapphire stone rings with Celtic designs on the either side of the stone set in the middle in round shape also look amazing as a mélange of tradition, beauty and contemporary design. Blue Stone cut in heart shape set in middle with round diamonds or white sapphire stones set on either side is also among most favored designs. Filigree and Celtic bands in platinum, white gold, palladium and titanium with small blue sapphire stones inside the intricate designs on the above part of the ring also looks stylist and yet reminiscent of the beautiful tradition.
Wedding rings with sapphire in deep indigo shade in the middle with small blue sapphires set in a line covering the above visible part along with small diamonds set in dual lines, circling the sapphires look amazingly extravagant yet subtle.
White and pink sapphire wedding rings need no convincing as they have around for a long time and are still favored for the lovely hues and durability they offer. When picking your Sapphire Wedding Bands, don’t forget to ask your manufacture for a little custom engraved message and of course, the maintenance and durability part.