We’ve been doing so many fun projects using all different types of sapphires lately, which is very fitting considering sapphire is the September birthstone.
Traditional sapphires give such a classic, beautiful look with a rich royal blue color but we are finding clients are gravitating toward less classic shades of the gemstone in lighter blues, greens, purples, pinks, and yellows.
This beautiful Pear Shaped Sapphire is accented with stunning baguette diamonds.
A six prong setting with pave detail really makes this round sapphire center stone pop.
This oval sapphire has a unique greenish tone, and the horizontal setting makes it even more unique.
This deep blue green Montana sapphire is cut in a cushion style, and it’s split prong setting accentuates the stones unique shape.
This beautiful round Montana sapphire stone has tones of violet and is set in white gold, creating a nice contrast. It also features a delicate pave detail.
We’ve been making some non-engagement pieces using Montana sapphires as well, including this beautiful set from our tribloom collection. We love how the different shades of the sapphire stones look together.
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