Raja Pink-Orange Sapphire Ring
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We Broke the Code to the Rarest Sapphire Ever
Padparadscha sapphires are some of the world's most expensive gems
When it comes to sapphires, there’s no question about which type is the rarest: padparadscha.
This gemstone’s unique pink-orange hue has been fiercely coveted ever since it was first discovered in Sri Lanka over 100 years ago. The word “padparadscha” derives from the Sinhalese word for “lotus flower,” as that blossom’s brightly colored pink petals bear a resemblance to the bright pink-orange of this gemstone.
Because of their extreme rarity and breathtaking color, padparadscha sapphires are some of the world’s most expensive gems, often fetching at least $7,000 per carat at auction.
But now, through this Stauer exclusive offer, you can own your own lab-created pink-orange sapphire ring for a fraction of the price that you’d pay elsewhere. For a ring that features nearly 4 carats of an internally flawless pink-orange sapphire that’s been crafted by our best scientists in a lab.
To create this stunningly colored gem — which is the same color as a padparadscha — we started with the seed of a sapphire and grew it until it reached our exact specifications. We call this using the mind over the mine.
Surrounded by DiamondAura®, the Ultimate Diamond Alternative®, rounds and set in yellow gold-finished .925 sterling silver, the Raja Pink-Orange Sapphire Ring is an incredibly rare opportunity to own one of the world’s scarcest gems.
- 4 2/5 CTW
- Yellow Gold-finished .925 sterling silver setting
- (1) oval 8x10mm pink-orange lab created Sapphire
- (2) round 3.2mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative, Diamondaura"
- (24) round 1.4mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative, Diamondaura"
- 5 grams
- Available in whole sizes 5-10