9CT GOLD OVAL CREATED SAPPHIRE & WHITE SAPPHIRE STUD EARRINGS
These oval-cut Created Sapphire & White Sapphire cluster earrings are simply enchanting!
Set on 9ct Gold posts, with open back settings and the most beautiful halo design, they rival the finest Sapphire & Diamond earrings, but at a fraction of the cost.
Approximately 9x6mm in size. Also available with created Emeralds or Rubies, and with matching pendants and rings in all gems. Please contact me with questions if no link.
Layaway is available for these earrings, which allows you to pay in instalments with no interest over a maximum time period of six months. These earrings could be paid for with:
A deposit of £95
2 instalments of £97.50
4 instalments of £48.75
6 instalments of £32.50
Please contact me to initiate. PayPal required. You do not receive the item until fully paid for. See the Policies page on my website for Ts&Cs.
In 1902, the French chemist Auguste Verneuil developed a process for producing synthetic sapphire crystals. Chemical dopants can be added to create artificial versions of the ruby, and all the other natural colours of sapphire, and in addition, other colours never seen in geological samples. Stones created in a lab are chemically, physically and optically identical to those mined underground, yet they have fewer flaws and cost less, too. The more expensive and hard-to-find natural gems, such as Sapphires, Emeralds, and Rubies are favourite lab-created stones
While Sapphires are mainly known for their blue variety, many other colours exist as well, including white. White Sapphires have a unique charm; something that sets them apart from other colourless stones and from their coloured sapphire counterparts.
At first glance, the stone may look identical to some other popular colourless stones such as a Diamond, Moissanite, or Topaz. However, White Sapphires tend to display a cloudy white look. It is a naturally durable stone that was created under the earth’s surface over millions of years.
The prices for White Sapphires are far lower than Diamonds. Another advantage of these transparent stones is that they can be used as side stones instead of splurging on more Diamonds for your piece of jewellery. Lastly, never forget that Sapphires, even White Sapphires, are one of the four precious gemstones, which include Diamonds, Rubies, Emeralds, and Sapphires.