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Consider Kate's choice to wear a dark blue dress to match the sapphire engagement ring (which formerly belonged to Princess Di) in her official engagement photo, which mirrored Diana's dark blue suit for her own engagement announcement.
The Money Belt, made with 3,360 diamonds, 600 sapphires, 300 emeralds and alligator skin, a fake belt made up specifically for this fight, is displayed.
On this Friday afternoon, he is attired in a shiny red tracksuit, with a sapphire glinting on his right ring finger, a diamond on the left.
The weather could shift in an hour from fierce equatorial sun beating down on sapphire seas to high swells and pin-sharp rain.
Queen Mother’s Engagement Ring The Queen Mother’s engagement ring featured a large sapphire stone with diamond accents.
The reel features a sapphire-jeweled spool tension washer for a smoother, harder surface for the spool shaft to turn against.
A sapphire blue throw blanket ties the space together.
West Fork Foss River: Head to the Alpine Lakes Wilderness and follow the West Fork of the Foss River to an array of destinations next to sapphire-blue water.
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Origin and Etymology of sapphire
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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