With a customised Padparadscha sapphire ring, you can capture a beautiful shared love for eternity!
Pronounced pad-pah-raj-ah, a Padparadscha sapphire combines the best of a pink (symbolising romance and passionate love) and an orange (symbolising an abundance of sunshine and joy). If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to spot Padparadscha sapphire among ten-twenty high-quality blue sapphire gemstones.
Pink and yellow-hued sapphire rings are increasingly popular among our female customers these days. One of the main reasons for this trend is that they are comparatively affordable next to their naturally true-blue, “royal blue” counterparts. Sapphires come in different shapes (e.g. round, pear, princess and baguette). Sapphires are incredibly malleable and can also be altered into other shapes and sizes, thanks to its natural excellent hardness. We can have a multi-coloured sapphire ring and other fine jewellery tailored to meet your personal preferences.
There is an increasing demand for pink and yellow sapphires as a customised engagement ring or centrepiece gemstones for fine jewellery pendants. The fact that these are slightly affordable as compared to the blue ones. We have multi-coloured sapphire in setting sizes available for customised wedding bands.
Jewellery that complements, the outfit you wear and whatever type of event you attend. That will definitely be sapphire, which comes in a different range of colours and shapes. This brilliant gemstone, with a bespoke design setting, is sure to be unique in the crowd. Truly an investment gemstone to cherish for decades, and a piece of heirloom jewellery for generations.
Blue is symbolic of truth, peace, and spirituality. A pure blue symbolises inspiration, sincerity, calmness, and psychic power. It eases communication between family members, spouses and friends. Click here to understand a lot of details visit Buy Emerald Singapore
One of the most valuable sapphire colours is cornflower blue. However, “beauty is in the eye of the beholder”, consumers in the Asian mainly source for “Cornflower Blue”, whereas, the westerner prefer the “Royal Blue”. Sapphire sourced from Burma, Sri Lanka, and Madagascar, while Kashmir receives the highest premium on per carat weight.