NISSI BLUE SAPPHIRE RING
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Our Nissi ring set with a black moissanite pear cut diamond adds some personality to any look. Its classic, timeless design is perfect for any occasion or everyday wear.
- Metal: 925 Sterling Silver or Solid Gold
- Metal Weight: 925: 3g | 10K: 3.2g | 14K: 3.9g | 18K: 4.5g
- Main Stone Shape: Pear Cut
- Main Stone Weight: 2 Carat
- Main Stone Size: 7mm x 10mm
- Side Stone Type: Moissanite
- Side Stone Color: DEF
- Side Stone Shape: Round
- Side Stone Size: 1.25mm
- Setting Type: Prong
- Setting Height: 7.5mm
- Band Width: 2.3mm
- Band Thickness: 1.4mm
- Your order includes a luxury ring box, polishing cloth + mini travel baggie
Blue Sapphire-Colored Cubic Zirconia: Blue sapphire-colored cubic zirconia is a synthetic gemstone designed to mimic the appearance of natural blue sapphire. It is created in a laboratory using cubic zirconia and treated to exhibit a deep blue hue reminiscent of blue sapphire. While it offers a similar look, it is important to note that cubic zirconia is not a naturally occurring gemstone.
Lab-Grown Blue Sapphire: Lab-grown blue sapphire, on the other hand, is a genuine gemstone created in a controlled laboratory environment. It shares the same physical and chemical properties as natural blue sapphire. Lab-grown sapphires are cultivated using advanced techniques that replicate the natural growth process, resulting in gemstones that exhibit the same exceptional color and clarity as their natural counterparts.
The main distinction between blue sapphire-colored cubic zirconia and lab-grown blue sapphire lies in their origin and composition. While cubic zirconia is a synthetic material designed to imitate blue sapphire, lab-grown sapphire is a real gemstone that offers the beauty and durability of natural sapphire, but with a more sustainable and controlled production process.
Ultimately, the choice between the two depends on personal preferences, budget, and the desire for a genuine gemstone.
Add this free printable to your cart and print it out to find your ring size! There is two methods to find your ring size using this PDF.
Method #1: use a ring you already have and match the diameter with the corresponding ring size on the paper.
Method #2: Cut out the ring sizer on the bottom half of the paper and wrap it around your finger to find your ring size.
We recommend using a physical ring sizer but this is a great alternative.