When it comes to color change Sapphire jewelry; there is such a range of color. For instance, one color can show incandescent lighting and another can show a fluorescent color.
Color Change Sapphire Jewelry
With so many different hues available in this gemstone; there are many options available in this precious gemstone. Of course, the most well known Sapphire is in shades of blue. Since Sapphire is the birthstone for September; be sure to visit our Dazzle in Sapphires this Month post where you will find many gorgeous styles to choose from.
Are you looking to “Pop the Question”? From Peter Suchy Workshop, this natural violet-blue Sapphire Engagement Ring changes to blue in the daylight under fluorescent lighting. Set in Platinum, this ring boasts 1 oval violet-blue Sapphire surrounded by 14 round brilliant cut Diamonds.
From Peter Suchy Workshop, this rare one of a kind European color change Engagement Sapphire ring is a beauty. Rare and bright, she will squeal with delight when you “Pop the Question”.
Set in Platinum, this Ring changes color from a violet-blue to a pinkish-purple in different lights.
Moreover, this Ring features 1 color change 1.05 carat, Sapphire highlighted by 30 round full cut Diamonds, and 2 tapered Baguette Diamonds.
However, if you’re already married or looking for a cocktail ring; this natural color change violet Ring changes to purple. From our Vintage collection, circa 1950 – 1960, this style features a handmade Princess style in an 18k yellow gold with 1 Cushion Sapphire surrounded by 12 tapered baguette Diamonds.
From Robin Rotenier, this Sapphire and South Sea Pearl Necklace is sure to catch everyone’s eye. Featuring 3 Marquise green Sapphires, 3 Marquise blue Sapphires, 90 freshwater black with green hue Pearls, 1 Tahitian South Sea Pearl, and 4 Tahitian cultured Pearls on an 18k yellow gold chain.
Indeed, all eyes will be on your neckline.
In summary, color change Sapphire jewelry is rare and often hard to come by. Ultimately, these are great styles to wear for any occasion.