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As previously reported, Eugenie is wearing an Erdem dress, Jimmy Choo shoes, and a padparadscha sapphire ring surrounded by diamonds.
Sadly, there’s no shade that matches Rose’s sapphire necklace.
The rare padparadscha sapphire is named after the color of a lotus blossom, appearing pink-orange in color.
At Century Girl, the shoplifter took a 14-karat gold lion ring with emerald eyes and two vintage silver rings from the 1920s, one with an aquamarine stone and another with a synthetic sapphire, Blake said.
Balfe paired her new engagement ring (above), which features a round diamond in the center and two smaller sapphire stones on the sides, with a striking black gown in support of the Times Up initiative last night.
Here was this jeweler, heir to Jaipur’s Gem Palace, surrounded by spectacular things — jewelry encrusted with rubies, sapphires, and diamonds — who chooses to create for himself a home that is the essence of simplicity.
Cymbidium orchid with Hemmerle sapphire earrings, price upon request at hemmerle.com.
Prince Albert would later commission another sapphire brooch for his wife's 26th birthday.
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Origin and Etymology of sapphire
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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