Katie Sapphire and Diamond Ring
From £5,450
Out of stock. This piece may be being made in our workshop at the moment so please do contact us for more information.

Katie ring in 18ct white gold with a claw set sapphire (2.57cts) and a pair of round brilliant cut diamonds (0.5cts). From Cassandra's Classic Collection.

Please contact the showroom on 020 7730 2202 for more information about prices, carat sizes and what we currently have available in our showroom.

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Katie

Katie is a design where everything is in balance - the eagle claws on the centre stone and the clever setting of the diamonds on the shoulders leading onto the shank that is elegant and timeless. Katie is a ring that lets the natural brilliance of the stones triumph - be they sapphires, aquamarines, spinels or tourmalines - and makes you marvel at the creativity and wonder of nature.‚ÄČ

Sapphire

Sapphire's dazzling lustre ranges from deep velvet translucent depths to colourless transparency, in blue, pink, yellow, green, purple and colourless hues.

Originating in Sri Lanka, Australia and Myanmar, Cassandra often finds unusual colours and cuts on her travels, enraptured by rarer green sapphires in particular. Regarded as a healing corundum gemstone, with calming properties, it's no wonder sapphires appear in such captivating and mystical hues.

The birthstone for September; this protective gemstone is known to have create powers of serenity and purity, with each colour embodying its own unique sense of wisdom.

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