2.72 Carat Cushion Cut Sapphire

SkU : SHI253-1
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$3,400

Cushion Cut Sapphire Details

SKU SHI253-1
Shape Cushion
Carat 2.72
Color Light Pink
Clarity Slightly included
Treatment None known
Size 8.9 x 6.37 x 4.85
Availability Bellevue Store

The Rarity of a Pink Sapphires

A gemstone from the mineral variety corundum, sapphires are naturally found in every color in the spectrum (when red they’re classified as ruby). Because of their intense color and excellent light reflection, pink sapphires are particularly coveted. From baby pink to hot magenta, this gem offers especially unique hues that complement any skin tone.

From Victorian-era jewelry to contemporary design, sapphires are a favorite gemstone for bridal pieces to last the ages. A gem variety of corundum, sapphire gets its colors from subtle differences in chemical composition, such as varying amounts of iron or titanium. This produces colors that range from deep and inky to lighter tones, with a cool iridescent sparkle.

Sapphires

From Victorian-era jewelry to contemporary design, sapphires are a favorite gemstone for bridal pieces to last the ages. A gemstone from the mineral variety corundum, sapphire gets its blue hue from the element titanium as the crystal develops over eons, deep within the earth’s crust. Subtle differences in chemical composition, such as varying amounts of iron, can produce colors that are deep and inky to others that are lighter, with a cool iridescent sparkle.

WHAT MAKES OUR SAPPHIRES BETTER?

Above and Beyond® Natural Sapphires

Cherry picking the best and cutting in-house.

As Americas premier custom jeweler, we are well known for our picky eye and demanding standards. We offer only the best quality Natural Sapphires. Our focus on cut grade and choosing the most colorful and cutting in house means our inventory of Natural Sapphires is better.

Yes, we keep the majority of our gemstones, including our Blue and Natural Fancy Sapphire Collection, in our inventory so we can hand select only the best and leave the rest to the mass merchandisers.

Most online jewelers don't own many sapphires, don't support sapphire miners, don't cut in-house and all list pretty much the same few, almost all sitting in vaults in gem dealers offices.