Whether you are searching for your perfect engagement ring or looking to treat yourself to a Sapphire ring, you are in the right place!
Personally, I am a huge fan of sapphires and love that they come in all colours of the rainbow.
But are sapphires expensive and how much does a Sapphire ring cost?
Let's take a closer look!
How much does a Sapphire ring cost?
Here are five things that will affect the price of your Sapphire ring:
size of the sapphire (carat weight)
sapphire colour (blue, green, teal, pink, purple, orange, yellow etc)
shape of the sapphire (What shape should I go for?)
accent or side stones (e.g. diamond halo, large side stones, diamonds on the shoulders)
complexity of design (e.g. a solitaire vs. intricate details)
Want to learn more about the difference between these options, check out my previous blog, Custom vs. Semi-Custom, what is the difference?
What colours do sapphires come in?
When the word “sapphire” is used alone it refers to BLUE sapphire.
Other colours include Orange, Yellow, Pink and White.
Each colour comes in a variety of shades from dark to light, so when it comes to blue and fancy sapphires, you have a lot to choose from!
Which sapphire colour is the most expensive?
Blue sapphires tend to be more expensive than other colours but the price will depend on the intensity of colour.
There is always a range to choose from in different shapes and sizes to suit different budgets.
Blue-green, teal and Montana sapphires are usually less expensive than blue sapphires but due to their growing popularity in the last 5 years the prices are rising for these unique colours.
For a more budget-friendly option, consider a green sapphire.
Pink and purple sapphires have also been gaining popularity, making them more expensive than orange and yellow sapphires.
When it comes to fancy coloured sapphires, Padparadscha (“Pad-pa-rad-sha”) sapphire is considered to be the most rare variety and comes with a higher price tag. It shows a unique combination of pink and orange colours and is named after a lotus flower.
Due to its rarity, it is often more expensive than other colours of the same size.
Here is a gorgeous example:
Anastasia Ring from our Ready-to-Wear collection features a 1.02 carat Padparadscha sapphire, ethically sourced from Sri Lanka.
How much are Teal and Montana Sapphires?
If you've been looking for a unique engagement ring that is not mainstream, chances are, you have come across Montana Sapphires and Teal Sapphires.
These beautiful sapphires show a combination of blue and green colours.
But what exactly are they? Learn more about these unique sapphires in my previous post:
Our Cerelia Ring (featuring Montana Sapphire) and Serena Ring (featuring Blue-Green, Teal Sapphire) are available for purchase from our Ready-to-Wear collection.
To order these one-of-a-kind rings, please get in touch via email: email@example.com
What if my dream does not align with my budget?
While working together, I promise to focus on helping you find the best way to make your dream engagement ring come to life while staying as close as possible to your budget.
If this cannot be achieved, I will walk you through other incredible options that are available.
Stay positive and do not feel discouraged! Often, it is a matter of making slight changes or tweaks.
I do ask for you to keep an open mind and trust the process!
Want to learn more about finding your perfect engagement ring? Check out my previous blogs:
Where do I start?
Step One is to schedule a complimentary, 1:1 connection call with me here
During your free 30 minute connection call, we will discuss your ideas and what is on your wishlist.
I would love to get to know you, what you are looking for and what you would like to achieve on your personalised journey.
Once we decide to work together, we will set up a separate call and dive into creating your perfect engagement ring.
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