Sapphire Engagement Rings
From an airy blue to a dark royal blue, sapphires come from the ground in a variety tones. While they are easy to wear with everything, sapphires really make a statement. The durability factor of this precious stone is second to diamonds and is a reason why it’s becoming more popular to wear as an engagement ring for our alternative brides.
Ruby Engagement Rings
Rubies are a bold and vibrant stone. It is derivative of the same mineral family as of sapphires, corundum. A strong and tough mineral, making rubies a durable gem to be worn daily or as an option for an engagement ring.
Aquamarine Engagement Rings
A stone named after the ocean waters, Aquamarines can range from an icy blue to a dark teal. Being that it is a member of the Beryl mineral family, it is considered a semi precious stone. Often mistaken for diamonds, it holds a refreshing clarity that we’ve seen become popular as an engagement ring.