Icy White Diamond and Blue Montana Sapphire Ring
Three stone rings are currently one of the most popular styles, making a comeback from generations past. The classic look is modernized a bit with the use of unique center and side stones.
This ring is crafted in recycled 14k white gold and boasts a 1.91ct American mined and cut Montana Sapphire!
1.91CT ROUND MONTANA SAPPHIRE, LIGHTER BLUE TO GREY COLOR CHANGE, 7.4MM. Nice large size for a Montana sapphire, becoming more rare in these larger sizes. This stone is unheated, all natural so we see more natural inclusions in the crystal. Perfect for a nature lover who doesn't mind stones with lower clarity. This sapphire shifts color from lighter blue with some green to purple grey in varied lighting.
0.20ctw round white 3.6mm natural diamonds. The diamonds are GH color (White) and I1 clarity (eye clean, but we wanted them a little more on the included side to better compliment the inclusions in the center sapphire).
The band is rounded, smooth and plain. We can add our signature Evergreen texture by request.
The ring is currently a size 7 and is resizable at no charge. Once resized, however, it is non refundable. Please allow an additional 1-2 weeks for resizing. Continue to order and email us after purchase if you would like this ring to be resized.
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About Montana Sapphire:
Sapphire is the birthstone for September. It is also a traditional gift for those celebrating 5th or 45th anniversaries. Sapphires are often associated with loyalty and dignity and are a favorite gemstone for royalty.
Most natural sapphires undergo heat treatment to improve their color and clarity. This industry-accepted practice results in a permanent enhancement and helps protect against accidental chipping or breakage.
Montana sapphires are mined in the state of Montana, USA. They were discovered in Montana in the late 1800's by a gold miner working on one of the gravel bars on the Missouri River near Helena. Some would consider these stones a more eco-friendly option because today's popular mining operations make efforts to restore the land after mining, replacing soil and seeding with native grasses.
Montana sapphires are recognized for their extraordinary blue-green tones, often lighter in color. They also may have a silver tint to them which you don't often find. Sizes in over 6mm are also becoming much more difficult to source.
Like all sapphires, Montana Sapphires are very durable and make an excellent choice for a center stone in jewelry.Making a Difference: