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1.10 CT Royal Blue Sapphire, GRA Certified, VVS Clean, Oval Cut, perfect for engagement rings.

Description: This 100% Natural Certified (heated) Royal Blue Sapphire weighs 1.10 carats. This Vivid Blue (GRA “Royal Blue”), Oval shape stone, Eye Clean and VVS Clarity is size 6.51 x 4.79 x 3.70 mm. What I am offering here is a gorgeous medium color Saturated Royal Blue Sapphire. It is a nice shade blue (what royal blue is known for) and is certified by GRA as a heated and untreated stone that is reasonably priced. Also, keep in mind this is a VVS clarity, meaning there may be small inclusions on the back. The face is absolutely clean and perfect and once you set this on a ring, it will look like a 20K sapphire ring You could set this stone on a Diamond ring, and it will have a ring now worth at least 10K in appraised value. Of course, we can set this nice gemstone on a 14k or 18K Diamond ring for you at a reasonable cost. We can provide you designs or you can send us a picture of your preferred design and we can get it done. Highlights:
  • Handmade
  • Materials: Gem type: Sapphire
  • Carat weight: 1.10

1.26 CT Certified Sapphire, VVS Clean, Deep Blue Color, Heated, Oval Cut perfect for a ring setting.

Description: Listing is for Certified 100% Natural Sapphire (heated only) originated from Madagascar, Africa and it weighs 1.26 carats. This Dark Blue, Oval shape stone, is 7.12 x 6.04 x 3.14 mm in size and perfect for a ring setting. Please note this is a deep dark blue so the item is priced accordingly. Thank you. Highlights:
  • Handmade
  • Materials: Gem type: Sapphire
  • Carat weight: 1.26

1.69 CT Unheated Royal Blue Sapphire, Flawless IF Clarity, Oval Cut, Deep Blue Color Gemstone, Perfect For Engagement Rings.

Description: Listing is for 100% Natural Unheated Royal Blue Sapphire and it weighs 1.69 carats. This Deep Vivid Blue (GRA “Royal Blue”), Oval shape stone has flawless clarity and is 7.51 x 6.44 x 4.26 mm in size. Royal Blue Color Sapphires are the most expensive gem in the Sapphire family. They come in different shades (light to dark) but they are all the most coveted. If you do research for a Royal Blue Sapphire you will see unheated ones are rare and the ones available are offered at $3000 or more per carat. Recently I had a client who wanted a 5 carat Royal Blue with a $12,000 budget. After a long search, we found one with a supplier that fits his needs with a 15K price tag. As mentioned above, larger-sized Royal Blues are super expensive but the smaller ones less than carat can be found at somewhat reasonable prices. What I am offering here for sale is a deep color Royal Blue. It is a darker shade Royal Blue and if you need a lighter one, we can find one for you.