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White Sapphires


One of the biggest appeals of getting a white sapphire center stone would be the fact that they are far more affordable than a diamond. Diamonds can start at $4000 for a 1 carat stone, whereas a Sapphire can start at $1100 for a 1 carat stone.


Sapphires are a hard and scratch resistant mineral, so white sapphire engagement rings are very durable. On the Mohs Scale of Hardness, a sapphire is rated as a 9. This makes it the second hardest natural stone used in jewelry. A diamond, which is the hardest, scores a 10.

The Stella Ring pictured here with a 1.25ct Round Rose-Cut White Sapphire 


The Elizabeth Ring pictured has  1.25 ct (7mm) Round White Diamond center stone



Both white diamonds and white sapphires come in about any shape and size, which leaves a lot of flexibility with the design process. Every one of our engagement rings can be made with the white sapphire of your choice.


Unfortunately, a cut grading system for sapphires does not exist. All White Sapphire stones are non-certified.


A white diamond will sparkle more than than a white sapphire. Diamonds have more scintillation, which refers to the rainbow colors that you can typically see a diamond giving off in the sunlight. A white sapphire does not display any scintillation. However, white sapphires still sparkle in their own right. They tend to look more see-through than diamonds. See the image below to reference the two side by side: the Oval-cut White Diamond is on the LEFT and the Round-cut White Sapphire is on the RIGHT.

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