All About Pink Sapphire Rings
- November 28, 2022
- Jermaine Herbert
Pink sapphire rings are pieces of fine jewellery that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. Pink sapphire is a variety of the mineral corundum, which is found in a variety of colours including blue, yellow, and orange. The most valuable and rarest colour of corundum is red, which is known as “ruby.” All other colours are referred to as “sapphire.” The name “pink sapphire” is given to sapphires with a delicate pink hue.
Pink sapphires have been treasured since ancient times and have been found in royal jewellery collections all over the world. Many famous pink sapphires, such as the “Sacre Coeur Sapphire” and the “Stuart Sapphire,” have been set into British crown jewels.
How to Care for Pink Sapphire Rings
First and foremost, it is very important to remember that pink sapphire rings are durable but not indestructible. Avoiding harsh chemicals and extreme temperatures will help prolong the life of your ring. When cleaning pink sapphire rings, use warm water and mild soap. Avoid using harsh chemicals or ultrasonic cleaners, as these can damage the finish of your ring. Instead, opt for a soft cloth or brush when cleaning hard-to-reach areas. Gently scrub your ring with soap and water, then rinse thoroughly before allowing it to air dry.
Pink sapphire rings make for an exquisite piece of fine jewellery that can be enjoyed by many generations. With proper care, you will be able to keep your pink sapphire ring looking gorgeous for years to come.
Lab grown pink sapphires are a stunning alternative to a pink diamond. The world’s most popular blue sapphire is also available in a fancy feminine pink tone. Chatham lab grown sapphires feature an unparalleled pure clarity and vivid colour.
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