1.13ct Round Tanzanian Color-Shifting Sapphire Evergreen Carved Solitaire in 18k Yellow Gold


Our most popular style! Hand carved Evergreen 4 prong solitaire ring

Sapphire Details:

1.13ct round untreated Tanzanian sapphire, measuring 5.85x4.33mm. Totally natural/untreated, this stone is a sparkling round brilliant blue-grey indoors and green teal in natural lighting. The cut and clarity are so lovely. There is a small chip that has been placed under one of the prongs to cover it. 

Ring Details:

Our most popular solitaire style, the hand carved Evergreen solitaire! The ring is cast in recycled 18k yellow gold and currently has a satin finish. It is about 1.8-1.9mm thick and is stackable with bands of a similar thickness. We can give a polished finish for you instead by request. 

The ring is currently a size 6 and is resizable at no charge. Once resized, however, it is non refundable. Please allow an additional 1-2 weeks for resizing. If you would like us to resize it, please select your desired ring size in the dropdown on this listing. 

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Rings will ship in an Anueva Jewelry ring box, with the exception of plain metal bands which will ship in a ring pouch. The package will be insured and require signature confirmation. Please be sure to use an address that will have someone available to sign during mail delivery times. If providing a business address, please include the business name.

International buyers, please message me for shipping rates prior to purchasing.


If you would like to have the ring appraised, there is a $150 appraisal fee that you can add to cart here. We will take the ring downtown to be appraised by a third party GIA gemologist appraiser and provide details for your insurance purposes.

Help fight climate change with this purchase! Trees are like the lungs of the planet...our "natural air purifiers." They breathe in carbon dioxide and breathe out oxygen. Additionally, they provide habitat for birds and other wildlife and play a vital role in our natural water cycle. Forests help regulate the water in the air through a process called transpiration. They absorb thousands of gallons of water into their roots. Excess water is then released through the leaves back into the air. For every purchase made, I donate one planted tree through Plant-It 2020. Small changes by individuals can make a difference in the fight against climate change. 

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