MySapphireSource has an extensive selection of unique and one of a kind light pink sapphire engagement rings. You can be confident in knowing you won't see the ring you purchase from us on anyone else! Since light pink sapphires are so rare, our on staff GIA Graduate Gemologist is on a never-ending search for the most beautiful and highest quality light pink sapphires. We offer customization services too so that you can make your sapphire engagement ring even more unique and special.

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Untreated Unheated Pink Ring- GIA Tested
Item #: SSR-5879 -
Availability: *Special Order
Price: $9,549.00

Item Description: Decidedly feminine and girly, but in a very sophisticated way, this breathtaking ring is eye catching in its simplicity with the stunning combination of a cushion cut pink sapphire and baguette diamonds. The large 3.14 ct sapphire is a one a kind, a gorgeous baby pink whose color is completely natural. The sapphire is also eye clean and very nearly loupe (10x) too. Sapphires of this size, clarity, color are exceptionally rare, particularly since the sapphire is also unheated...

Natural Oval Light Pink Sapphire Ring with Diamond Halo in ornate white gold band for sale
Item #: SSR-5959 -
Availability: In Stock (one only)
Price: $11,049.00

Item Description: Our Original Design: Dramatic and dazzling, this ring features an important sized 6+ carat pink sapphire in a custom diamond encrusted, lattice styled setting. The pink sapphire is just over 10mm in size and has a lively mixed cut (with brilliant and step cut facets). After we first purchased the sapphire, we had it recut to eliminate the window and bring out the best in it, so to speak. The color is a pastel pink, with a hint of lavender, very much the color of a pink...

Unheated Natural Pink Sapphire Rings
Item #: SSR-5910 -
Availability: In Stock (one of a kind)
Price: $18,049.00

Item Description: Outstanding, impressive, spectacular, and dazzling are just a few of the adjectives we would use to describe this one of a kind ring. This setting was custom designed to create a large yet wearable, eye-catching ring for this truly amazing 7.29 carat pink sapphire. The sapphire is natural, untreated and unheated and it is also eye clean which is also very rare for a sapphire of this size. Sapphires like this come around once every few years so this sapphire is very special....

About Sapphires: Sapphires can be found in an entire rainbow of colors and is the official birthstone for the month of September. Sapphire jewelry is also the traditional gift for the fifth and forty-fifth wedding anniversaries. From red to orange, yellow and green, blue, violet and pink, the amazing colors of sapphire will definitely capture your eye. In ancient times, sapphires were thought to bring peace, joy, insight and wisdom. A dream about sapphires was thought to foretell of escape from impending danger.

Sri Lanka (formerly known as Ceylon) was the foremost source of fines sapphires until the incredible discovery of extraordinary stones in Kashmir in 1880. Sadly, the Kashmir mines were essentially exhausted by 1930, leaving Sri Lanka as the location of the world's most beautiful sapphires. Today sapphire mining takes place in Madagascar, Australia, Montana, and Thailand, as well as other locations. Colors other than blue and pink are referred to as "rainbow sapphires" or "fancy sapphires". My Sapphire Source specializes in fine quality sapphires and offers an amazingly gorgeous selection of sapphire rings, earrings, bracelets and pendants. If you are looking for a one of a kind piece of sapphire jewelry, we have many unique designs available.

Enhancements: Once a sapphire is mined from the Earth, it is first cut into a shape that will best showcase the beauty of the stone. Man has used many other methods to draw maximum color, luster, clarity and brilliance from these gemstones. The other most common treatment of sapphires is heating. Nearly all sapphires are also heat treated to improve the clarity and sometimes enhance the color of the stones. Heat treatment is permanent and a standard acceptable practice in the fine jewelry industry. Less than 1% of sapphires used in jewelry are actually unheated. These sapphires generally command a premium in price over a heated sapphire, provided that the color and clarity are comparable. MySapphireSource offers a few unheated sapphires for the gem collector or for those who want the best of the best. Most sapphires we offer have been heat treated.

Buying a Sapphire: Besides being found in an amazing array of colors, sapphires are also the most durable gemstone, with a rating of 9 on the Mohs scale of hardness. So in a sense, sapphires can be considered the ideal colored gemstone. With so many colors and shapes available, it is easy to find one that speaks to you. Sapphires in sizes of 1 carat and over are considered to be important. We offer a wide range of colors from a traditional Ceylon blue, to rich lustrous royal blue and navy blue, to many styles with sunshine yellow or lemon yellow, juicy orange, and some of the prettiest shades of pink, like baby pink, bubble gum pink, pink diamond pink and hot pink. Our rainbow sapphire jewelry is not to be missed either. We hand pick each and every sapphire that we use in our jewelry.

Care of Sapphires: Be sure to clean your sapphire jewelry regularly. With regular cleaning, your jewelry will look as good in 10 or 20 years as it does today. Dirt and grime can build up underneath the stones and around the setting, and using a small soft-bristled brush and lukewarm water is an easy method to keep your jewelry looking great. Since sapphires are tough and durable, they can withstand most cleaning methods. Steaming or ultrasonic cleaners are acceptable but MySapphireSource does not recommend these methods since they can cause the settings to loosen and stones to fall out. Just use common sense. Don't use strong chemicals or boiling water to clean your sapphires.

See our jewelry in all its glorious detail. We have added video to some of our beautiful creations.

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