The Sapphire & Diamond Navette Ring

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The Sapphire & Diamond Navette Ring

5,200.00

Metal: Platinum

Stone: Sapphire (Est. 1.1 ctw) Diamond

Face Size: .9" x .5"

Size: 6.25

Era: 1910- 1920

What You Should Know: Stones are very bright

*This Ring Can Be Resized.

From the Greek word adamas, meaning unbreakable, diamonds have been earthly treasures for thousands of years. Most ancient and modern cultures have their own legends and lore surrounding diamonds but the common themes behind the power of them are fresh beginnings, commitment, and the amplification of love.

Sapphires also have Greek beginnings, as its etymology tracing back to the word sappheiros, meaning blue. Like diamonds, stories and lore abound about the stone. Sapphires bring in an element of wisdom, integrity, and a calming nature.

One of the most popular combinations in the Art Deco era was the pairing of sparkly white diamonds with pretty dark blue sapphires. The contrast of light and dark created the coveted geometric lines that were the backbone of 1920s style. This bold and beautiful Art Deco ring is a perfect example of why it’s such a killer combo. The center stone is a marvelous baguette cut sapphire, and the surrounding white diamonds set in platinum are downright glittery. This ring is pristine and statemaking, a real show stopper. 

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