"I am writing to thank you for the beautiful sapphire engagement ring my boyfriend gave me yesterday when he proposed. I had found your website a couple of months ago using a Google search and was pleased to finally find the gorgeous filigree ring I had been searching for in estate jewelry. When I found your site I instantly fell in love with R138, the diamond and sapphire ring in white gold. I will be purchasing the companion ring soon, the curved diamond band. Mike said he received excellent and speedy service from your company -- even though he called and changed his order -- and is greatly appreciative as well. In fact, he had the ring appraised for insurance purposes, and found the ring to be worth more than he paid for it which is always a great feeling!
Thanks again and I will be ordering again from you in the future!" - Ashley
Handsome and refined, this vintage Art Deco men's blue sapphire ring design in 14K white gold is artisan crafted with a classic engraved wheat pattern at the top and shoulders of the ring.
A gorgeous natural round brilliant cut blue sapphire ( September Birthstone ) of 0.90 carat is securely 6 prong set at the center of the carved hexagon design in a low profile setting, designed for ease of wear.
This substantial 1920's ring design measures 12.6 millimeters wide at the top of the ring, tapering down to 3.9 millimeters wide at the bottom of the band and sits 4.8 millimeters off the finger.
An ideal fine jewelry gift for a special man in your life, the timeless style of this exceptional antique inspired sapphire ring is sure to be cherished for a lifetime.
Ring size 7 and can be expertly sized by our jewelers. Optional ring sizing is orderable separately above.
A presentation ring box is included.
14K White gold
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