Pink Sapphires – Pink Perfection for Engagement Rings

Square Pink Sapphires

Pair 5mm Square Pink Sapphires shown here. Weighing 0.75cts each. Used for our Pink Fliss Engagement rings. 

“Sapphire” derives from the Latin “Sapphires” which means dear to the planet Saturn.

Pink Sapphires work wonderfully well for engagement rings. Sapphires have a resistance of 9 on the Moh’s scale. They follow behind diamonds for their hardness and are suitable for long term wear.

Deep pink colour and excellent clarity are certainly desirable properties. Sapphire is a part of the corundum family of precious gemstones. There are further variations of rare and valuable pink sapphires such as the Padparadscha sapphires with their pinkish-orange colouration.

Round Brilliant Pink Sapphires

Our Lillian Pink Sapphire Engagement Ring set with a central 5mm Round Pink Sapphire. 

Round Brilliant Pink Sapphires are also stunning set into engagement rings. As shown above, set within a compass setting with vintage brilliant white diamond shoulders to make the sapphire pop.

This particular Pink sapphire engagement ring is within our offer section. With only one available. However, any of our engagement ring designs can be set with a pink sapphire. Just get in touch with our friendly team, and we will quote accordingly.

Pink sapphire engagement rings are a very affordable alternative from Pink Diamonds. Natural pink diamonds demand very high prices due to their rarity of the fancy natural colour.

Contrast, Colour and Cut 

With pink sapphires available in a range of shades from baby pink, to intense pink, there are a lot of options available. We source any shade of pink you that you have your heart set on. 

We offer only the best quality for our pink sapphires. There are many qualities of sapphires available. Our Round pink sapphires are cut to the same standard as a Round Brilliant Diamond.

We always suggest brilliant white diamonds with coloured gemstones. The neutrality of F colour VS1 clarity, within white metal, further enhances the vivid pink.

Example of quality and shades of Pink Sapphires Serendipity can supply. View ring designs here  

Round Pink Sapphires

Pink Sapphire Eternity Rings

Traditionally, eternity rings are given after 60 years of marriage. This particular tradition has changed and expanded over the years. Now, an eternity ring can be gifted after one year of marriage, five years after marriage, or upon a first child.

 

Pink sapphire eternity ring

The significance of the sapphire in an Eternity ring can mean different things. For example, Sapphire is the Birthstone for September. Read more from our blog post-September’s Birthstone. Being married for 45 years is classed as a Sapphire Anniversary, what better gift than a Sapphire piece of jewellery.

Bespoke Pink Sapphire Jewellery

We create any piece of jewellery that you have your heart set on. Whether this is an Engagement, Wedding, Eternity ring. Or even a pendant, or earrings.
Along with this, we can set most precious gemstones into a piece for you. This, of course, includes the beautiful Pink sapphire or even Blue sapphire!

Pink Sapphire Bespoke Wedding Ring  Bespoke pink sapphire with alternating diamond wedding ring 

The above bespoke wedding ring was crafted to fit against our Tickled Pink Engagement Ring. We created this for a returning client and matched the same shade of pink sapphire from the engagement ring to the wedding ring. The final rings contrasted beautifully together with a mixture of white diamonds alongside pink sapphires. 

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.