This ring has a secret
Sapphires go undercover in the most beautiful shade of purple ever seen in a gemstone
Few among us don’t harbor the dream of having a secret identity. Maybe it’s the faint echo of the fictions we devour during our adolescence. We thrill at the idea of being able to ride away atop our white horse, thankful citizens muttering, “Who was that masked man?” amid a cloud of dust, or of being able to save the world - provided we first find a phone booth where we can get out of the shirt and tie.
At first glance, you may see this as a gorgeous amethyst ring. Or, perhaps tourmaline or rhodolite or another more well-known pinkish purple gem. But this ring has a secret identity. It is actually a sapphire. Far rarer than their traditionally recognized blue cousins, purple sapphires are the best kept secret you need to know about now.
Purple sapphires are also often referred to as lavender or violet and are one of the most extraordinarily rare sapphires in the world. These precious stones dazzle as they have the ability to naturally change color as lighting changes around them. We’ve artfully arranged over 2 carats of the enigmatic sapphire and 1/2 total carats of white topaz set in 10K rose gold. Present it to the one you love, and you’ll never feel so good about revealing a secret.
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