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Purple Sapphire Filigree Solitaire Ring

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This elegant solitaire ring showcases a gorgeous purple sapphire, accented with delicate filigree detail. A one-of-a-kind ring, perfect for a holiday gift!

Fun fact: Sapphires and Rubies are both types of Corundum. This ring’s stone is a lovely Corundum gem, not red enough to be technically classified as Ruby, and not blue enough to be classified as an ordinary Sapphire.

Additional information

Basic Details

Style #
1.8 g
14k Yellow Gold?
Jewelry Type
Jewelry Style
Simple and Elegant
Appraises For

Main Gemstone

0.65 cts.?
Purple ?
Round Brilliant
Eye Clean ?
* All weights and measurements are approximations. If you're curious, you can read more about precision in jewelry measurements.
† Expected shipping dates are estimated, and unforseen complications may arise. We will contact you as soon as possible if we believe we will be unable to meet the expected date.


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