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Sapphire Doublet and Sterling Silver Ring

150.00
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Sapphire Doublet and Sterling Silver Ring

150.00

This wedding ring features a sapphire/quartz doublet stone with white topaz on either side, set in sterling silver. The cushion, checkerboard cut doublet makes it sparkle in the light, and contains the deepest blue from the sapphire within. Accented with a white topaz.

Specs:

- Sapphire/quartz doublet - 12 mm (sapphire layer with quartz cap, allows the stone to look like solid sapphire when viewed from the top)
- White topaz - 3mm each
- Sterling Silver
- Size: 5.5

About the piece:

This piece was originally created with a mock wedding shoot centering around sustainability. The idea was commissioned by wedding photographer, Meigan Canfield, whom subscribes to practicing and encouraging sustainable enterprise. The idea behind the materials in this shoot were to use no diamonds, as there are corrupt histories behind the traditionally most common used stone for wedding bands, as well as no gold. We decided to make it an affordable piece using sterling silver, and lower cost, more common stones that shine just as bright!

The piece was originally designed as a wedding ring, but of course is very suitable as an everyday piece as well!

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This wedding ring features a sapphire/quartz doublet stone with white topaz on either side, set in sterling silver. The cushion, checkerboard cut doublet makes it sparkle in the light, and contains the deepest blue from the sapphire within. Accented with a white topaz.

Specs:

- Sapphire/quartz doublet - 12 mm (sapphire layer with quartz cap, allows the stone to look like solid sapphire when viewed from the top)
- White topaz - 3mm each
- Sterling Silver
- Size: 5.5

About the piece:

This piece was originally created with a mock wedding shoot centering around sustainability. The idea was commissioned by wedding photographer, Meigan Canfield, whom subscribes to practicing and encouraging sustainable enterprise. The idea behind the materials in this shoot were to use no diamonds, as there are corrupt histories behind the traditionally most common used stone for wedding bands, as well as no gold. We decided to make it an affordable piece using sterling silver, and lower cost, more common stones that shine just as bright!

The piece was originally designed as a wedding ring, but of course is very suitable as an everyday piece as well!