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14CT GOLD CREATED SAPPHIRE & NATURAL DIAMOND PENDANT

Christine Alexander Fine Jewellery


Regular price £505.00
14CT GOLD CREATED SAPPHIRE & NATURAL DIAMOND PENDANT
14CT GOLD CREATED SAPPHIRE & NATURAL DIAMOND PENDANT
14CT GOLD CREATED SAPPHIRE & NATURAL DIAMOND PENDANT

Hey there, you fabulous fans of exquisitely handcrafted jewellery! Get ready to dive into the enchanting world of this pendant that's all about elegance and romance. The star of the show is a charming 4mm lab-created Sapphire, weighing in at around 0.25 carats. And guess what, to add a dash of sparkle, there's a brilliant G-H colour, I1 clarity Diamond joining the party.

But hold onto your hats, lovely people, because the material of choice for this stunner is solid 14ct Yellow Gold. And the good news keeps coming – if you're more of a White or Rose Gold enthusiast, we've got those options too. And there's even more! This pendant can be customized to your heart's desire with created Alexandrite, Emerald, or Ruby, and a selection of natural gems including Alexandrite, Amethyst, Aquamarine, Sapphire, Zircon, Citrine, Diamond, Emerald, Garnet, Peridot, Tourmaline, Ruby, or White Sapphire. And if you have your heart set on a custom piece with a different gemstone, just shoot me a message, and we can make that dream a reality!

Now, here's the twist – this listing is just for the pendant itself. Why, you ask? Because I know you fabulous souls have unique tastes, especially when it comes to chains. So, I'm giving you the freedom to mix and match your perfect combo. And if you're wondering where to find the ideal chain to complement this piece, I've got a humble recommendation right here.

And here's a little heads-up: this stunning pendant is made to order and ships all the way from the USA. So, keep in mind that it might take 6-8 weeks for delivery, although in my experience, it's often quicker – sometimes as fast as a fortnight!

But wait, there's more – you can take this little gem home through layaway. That's right, I've got flexible payment plans, whether you prefer weekly or monthly payments. Just drop me a message, and I'll fill you in on all the details. And guess what, we're rolling with PayPal for this fantastic option.

Now, if Sapphire isn't quite your cup of tea, no problem at all! I'm all about celebrating your unique style. This dazzling pendant comes in a variety of flavours, so there's something to tickle everyone's fancy.

Sapphires have been adored worldwide for their beauty and mystique. In the Western world, the Sapphire has long been the classic choice to accompany Diamonds in expressing love and commitment. Mrs Simpson, known for her impeccable style, proudly flaunted her Van Cleef and Arpels bracelet, a gift from Edward VIII, shortening the sleeves of all her dresses so everyone could admire her Sapphires. Princess Diana's engagement ring also brought Sapphires back into the limelight when her son Prince William gave it to Kate Middleton in 2010. Sapphires come in a kaleidoscope of colours, from serene sky blues to deep blacks, colourless, and every hue in between. These various shades are a result of different impurities within the crystal structure. Thanks to chromium, we get to enjoy Pink Sapphires, and when there's a lot of it, we're treated to Rubies (because red Corundum becomes a Ruby instead of a Sapphire). This gem is the birthstone of September and is associated with the Zodiac sign of Taurus. It is also the gift for the 5th, 45th and 70th anniversaries.

In 1902, French chemist Auguste Verneuil pioneered a process for creating synthetic Sapphire crystals. Chemical additives can produce artificial versions of Ruby and all the other natural Sapphire colors, and even create new, never-before-seen hues. Lab-created gems are virtually identical to mined ones in terms of chemical, physical, and optical properties, but they tend to have fewer flaws and come at a lower cost. So, the more rare and costly natural gems like Sapphires, Emeralds, and Rubies now have lab-created alternatives that are gaining popularity.

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