Vintage engagement rings with sapphire accents

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Engagement Rings With Sapphire Accents

Unique Blue Sapphire Accent Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,665

3 Stone Sapphire Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,010

Blue Sapphire Kite Set Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,700

2 Carat Halo Sapphire And Diamond Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,170

Vintage 3 Stone Blue Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,345

Sapphire And Diamond Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,850

Blue Sapphire Channel Set Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,730

Vine Blue Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 4,215

White Gold Sapphire Princess Cut Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,740

Vintage Marquise Blue Sapphire Accent Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,785

1 Carat Diamond And Blue Sapphire Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,905

Sapphire And Diamond Infinity Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,725

Blue Sapphire Accent Pear Shaped Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,615

Curved Split Shank Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 1,670

Cushion Cut Halo Sapphire And Diamond Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,590

Cushion Cut Halo Blue Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,195

Baguette Diamond Blue Sapphire Accent Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 4,045

Vintage Blue Sapphire Accent Cluster Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 5,120

Blue Sapphire Accent Cluster Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,880

Vintage Cluster Blue Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,080

Sapphire Sunflower Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,055

Round Blue Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,330

Marquise And Round Blue Sapphire Accent Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,330

Ribbon blue Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,125

3 Row Pave Blue Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,665

1 Carat Round Diamond Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,505

Contemporary Sapphire And Diamond Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,990

Princess Cut Square Sapphire Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 1,500

1 Carat Round Halo Sapphire And Diamond Engagement Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 1,720

1 Carat Round Cut Sapphire Accent Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,210

1 Carat Halo Blue Sapphire And Diamond Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,700

3 Stone Sapphire And Diamond Ring(SETTING ONLY)$ 1,595

Channel Blue Sapphire Wedding Ring Set(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,630

Blue Sapphire Bridal Set 8044SBS(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,185

0.75 Carat Diamond And Blue Sapphire Ring Set Wih 2 Bands(SETTING ONLY)$ 6,555

Cushion Cut Halo Sapphire Accent Set(SETTING ONLY)$ 4,330

Cushion Cut Halo Sapphire Accent Set With 2 Bands(SETTING ONLY)$ 6,065

Blue Sapphire Accent Sunflower Bridal Set(SETTING ONLY)$ 4,745

Blue Sapphire Accent Sunflower Bridal Set With 2 Bands(SETTING ONLY)$ 6,440

2 Carat Halo Sapphire And Diamond Bridal Set(SETTING ONLY)$ 5,185

2 Carat Halo Sapphire And Diamond Set With 2 Bands(SETTING ONLY)$ 7,220

Marquise And Round Blue Sapphire Accent Ring Set(SETTING ONLY)$ 5,375

Unique Blue Sapphire Accent Bridal Set(SETTING ONLY)$ 3,600

3 Stone Sapphire Accent Wedding Ring Set(SETTING ONLY)$ 2,885

Traditionally, sapphire engagement rings symbolize love, devotion, sincerity, and fidelity. They’ve experienced a surge in popularity in recent years, with Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, sporting a beautiful sapphire engagement ring that once belonged to Princess Diana. However, you don’t have to be royalty to enjoy the class, style, and durability of a finely-designed sapphire engagement ring.

Sapphire engagement rings also offer something a bit different to a traditional gold or platinum ring, with the classic blue or pink stones used to highlight the diamonds that are featured in a traditional bridal set. These rings are a great choice for brides who enjoy a different look when it comes to fine jewelry.

Sapphire Engagement Rings


If you’re the type of bride looking to break tradition with your engagement ring, a sapphire engagement ring is a stunning way to do so. Popularized by Princess Diana in 1981, and now Kate Middleton (who wears the late princess’s engagement ring), sapphires are a regal choice for jewelry.

What Is Sapphire?

Sapphire is a versatile gemstone belonging to the corundum family of minerals. Sapphire is also the September birthstone and was once believed to have spiritual qualities.

“Unlike diamonds, which are known for their fire and brilliance, sapphires are known for their variety of colors,” explains Kate Earlam-Charnley, design director at Taylor & Hart. “Sapphires are often bought not because they are more affordable than diamonds, but because of their outstanding colors…from rich indigo blue to ocean spray blue, from white (colorless) to orange, champagne, and even green.”


Kate Earlam-Charnley is the design director at Taylor & Hart, a custom engagement ring and wedding band jeweler.

Ahead, learn about the pros and cons of sapphire engagement rings, how to care for a sapphire, and more.

Pros and Cons of Sapphire Engagement Rings

“A sapphire is the perfect balance of classical beauty and contemporary expression, allowing you to choose one that reflects you or your partner’s personality,” says Earlam-Charnley of choosing this gemstone for an engagement ring. Another plus? Sapphires come in a variety of colors (not just blue!) such as purple, pink, yellow, green, orange, brown, black, and even white— although Kashmir and Ceylon blue are the most sought after.

However, some of the lesser-known sapphire colors are incredibly rare. Earlam-Charnley says, “The rarest type of fancy sapphire is the Padparadscha, a delicate balance of orange and pink. The variety and range of color ensure that each gemstone has subtle differences.”

The cost of a sapphire engagement ring can vary greatly as well as it is dependent on carat weight and quality. Typically, sapphires cost slightly less than diamonds and can range from about $500 to $2,000 per carat, but Earlam-Charnley admits “the sky’s the limit.”


What to Look for in a Sapphire Engagement Ring

Considering a sapphire for your engagement ring? Here are a few questions and answers you should know before you look for the perfect stone.

  • What is the most important factor of sapphires? Earlam-Charnley explains, “While all sapphire engagement rings are graded by foundational factors such as cut, clarity, color, and carat, a sapphire’s quality is primarily determined through its color and shape.”
  • What stone cut works best with sapphires? Although sapphires can look beautiful cut in any way, the oval cut shows off a sapphire’s vibrant color best. She explains, “Oval cuts allow the most light to travel through the gemstone, enhancing its color and making sure the sapphire does not appear flat.”
  • What settings and metals work best with sapphires? “Sapphires look stunning in both contemporary and traditional ring settings,” says Earlam-Charnely. “Given their diversity of colors, sapphires look wonderful against white metals like platinum and white gold, and depending on the shade of stone you select they can look lovely against the warm hues of yellow and rose gold.”
  • How durable are sapphires? Sapphires are actually quite hard and score 9 on the Mohs hardness scale. “Second only to diamonds,” Earlam-Charnley points out. This means that sapphires are suitable for everyday wear. “A sapphire should last a lifetime and can be passed down for generations.”
  • Where should I source my sapphire from? Per Earlam-Charnley, some of the best sapphire stones are from Thailand, Sri Lanka, and East Africa, adding, “source of origin is usually a factor in price.”

How to Care for a Sapphire Engagement Ring

“While diamonds and precious metals are not easily damaged, they do need frequent care,” cautions Earlam-Charnley. “Pick up your ring from the band, not the center stone. This keeps your setting from becoming loose. And avoid touching the stone, you’ll protect it from the build-up that comes from our skin’s natural oils.”

Wearers should store their sapphire jewelry separate from other pieces and always remove their ring when participating in physical activity or coming in contact with household cleaners.

As for cleaning a sapphire engagement ring, Earlam-Charnley also recommends doing so at-home monthly and professionally annually. She says, ” With a small drop of washing up liquid, gently scrub your ring with a soft clean toothbrush. Rinse your ring under warm water and gently scrub again to remove any soap residue. Dry with a microfibre cloth.”How to Take Care of Your Engagement Ring: 12 Dos and Don’ts

If you think a sapphire engagement ring is right for you, scroll through 24 extraordinary styles ahead.01of 24

Trumpet & Horn Braswell Sapphire Ring


This Victorian-inspired sapphire and diamond engagement ring is guaranteed to make any bride gasp. The midnight blue sapphire is surrounded by round brilliant-cut diamonds that dazzle upon inspection. As part of Trumpet & Horn’s vintage-inspired line, each ring is one-of-a-kind and made to order. 02of 24

Brilliant Earth Sapphire Valencia Diamond Ring in 18K White Gold


This customizable sapphire diamond ring can be admired from every angle. Choose from a round, cushion, oval, or emerald-cut shape and then specify the dimensions of your center stone. A gallery of micro-pavé diamonds will have you feeling like a million bucks.03of 24

Emily Warden Designs Sapphire Garden Ring


A wow-worthy engagement calls for a ring that’s just as exquisite. Made to fit sizes 5.5 to 6, this one-of-a-kind 14K gold ring features an alluring blue, teal, and green sapphire center that’s flanked by diamond clusters.04of 24

Anna Sheffield Bea Three Stone Ring Rose Gold & Blue Sapphire


Emerald-cut classics like this won’t fall in and out of style. Equal parts timeless and sophisticated, a blue sapphire center is surrounded by trillion white diamonds on both sides. You can choose between 14K recycled rose, yellow, or white gold.  05of 24

Barbela Sapphire Stellan Ring


An understated, but no less glam-worthy, sapphire ring to pique your interest. A 14K yellow gold band is accompanied by a sapphire stone and two diamonds for a look of pure elegance.06of 24

Laura Fleming Cyndra Ring


An engagement ring with celestial appeal? Right this way! A solid 14K gold tapered band is set with a combination of glistening blue-green Australian and Madagascan sapphires.07of 24

Selin Kent Defne Sapphire Ring


Calling all non-traditional brides! Behold, an offset marquise sapphire sparkler to dictate your entire bridal look. Whether you wear it alone or stacked with other rings, the ocean blue sapphire is striking at all angles. You can choose from a 14K yellow gold, rose gold, or white gold band.08of 24

Diamondère Henrietta Sapphire and Diamond Sidestone Ring


Less can definitely be more sometimes. In a sea of glitzy sparklers, there’s something to be said about a minimal design that emphasizes a center stone. Here, a round sapphire serves as the focal point while a single diamond accent stone strikes an interesting juxtaposition.09of 24

Jennie Kwon Ceylon Sapphire Dew Equilibrium Ring


For the princess (bride) in training, we recommend this insanely gorgeous sapphire ring. All eyes will be on the oval Ceylon sapphire and side-by-side flanking diamonds. Milgrain detailing on the band lends a vintage twist. 10of 24

ILA Solana Ring


This dainty, yet exquisite ring contains Art Deco-era influences. An emerald-cut blue sapphire is flanked by rose-cut diamonds on both sides, while the band is constructed from 14K sustainable gold.11of 24

Sofia Zakia Clara’s Dream Ring


Meet the fairytale-esque sapphire ring of your dreams. With inspiration stemming from The Nutcracker, this otherworldly piece is as fantastical as it gets. A midnight blue sapphire is flanked by cultured pearls and diamonds on a solid gold band.  12of 24

Helzberg Diamonds Shades of Love Sapphire and Diamond Ring in 14K White Gold


Take after Princess Diana with this oval sapphire engagement ring that’s simply elegant. If you want to feel like royalty, then the 28 round brilliant-cut diamonds (not to mention the two baguette-cut diamonds flanking the sides) will surely win you over. 13of 24

Wwake Organic Triangle Ring in Sapphire


It was written in the stars: This organic triangle ring from Wwake is destined for artful brides. Pale sapphires combine with a brilliant tiny diamond for a look of enchantment.14of 24

Nora Kogan Blue Velvet Ring


Sometimes a pared-down engagement ring with a minimalist setting is all the heart desires. An understated 14K yellow gold band is elevated by a deep blue emerald-cut sapphire sourced from Sri Lanka. 15of 24

Kwiat Vintage Collection Pink Sapphire and Diamond Argyle Ring


Go big or go home with a girly pink sapphire that speaks to your inner femininity. As part of the Kwiat Vintage collection, this ring is meant to evoke the heirloom designs of a bygone era. Bound by diamonds and set in 18K white gold, this extravagant statement piece will give you something to remember.16of 24

DY Capri Engagement Ring in Platinum with Blue Sapphire


It’s David Yurman signature classics like this one (backed by quality craftsmanship and impeccable design) that require no introduction. A mesmerizing blue sapphire stone is surrounded by hand-set pavé diamonds that sparkle like the deep blue sea.17of 24

Jemma Wynne Prive Diamond Pear and Blue Sapphire Open Ring


If you want something other than a classic solitaire, dare to be different with a one-off design. This 18K yellow gold ring consists of a diamond pear and blue sapphire. The open design makes it easy to stack and wear 24/7.18of 24

Bario Neal Custom Pear Cut Montana Sapphire Lash Ring


There are few cuts more captivating than an exquisite pear cut. Paired with a 14K rose gold and polish finish, this Cinderella-esque Montana sapphire is here to make all your dreams come true.  19of 24

Kian Design 18K Three Stones Certified Oval Pink Sapphire and Diamond Ring


Don’t let anyone ever dull your sparkle. We’ve fallen head over heels for this gorgeous 18K gold ring featuring an oval pink sapphire and white diamonds. Designed in an Art Deco style, this heirloom-inspired piece is a perennial classic.20of 24

Kenneth Jay Lane Double Blue Sapphire Cushion Ring


Why settle for one sapphire when you can get two? Set in rhodium-plated brass, this double sapphire cushion CZ ring is ready for its closeup.21of 24

Jennie Kwon Green Sapphire Arch Ring


This muted green sapphire is a refreshing departure from the classic blue gemstone we all know and love. The stone itself is crowned by an arch of diamonds that glistens in all the right ways. You can snag this exceptional ring in 14K yellow, rose, or white gold.22of 24

Danhov Classico Cushion Cut Blue Sapphire Diamond Ring in Platinum


A sapphire ring to satisfy any bride. Available in platinum, 18K gold, and 14K gold, this cushion-cut solitaire ring commands attention with approximately 20 stones adorning the sides of the band.  23of 24

Erica Courtney Emani Orange Sapphire Ring


This orange sapphire 18K gold ring is fire. As if the tangy hue wasn’t enough of a statement, the center stone is flanked by surrounding 0.58ctw diamonds for a hint of glamour. 24of 24

Grace Lee Demi Demi Plus 8 Blue Sapphire


This 14K domed gold ring is for the ethereal bride with a penchant for beautiful things. A pear-shaped blue sapphire and seven diagonal-positioned diamonds adds old-world charm to a simple 5mm band (you can choose between 14K yellow, white, or rose gold).

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