The blue pure gemstones are hot again this season. Although, before, sapphires were considered a true elite among the precious stones (For example, the engagement annulet of Princess Diana, which was inherited by the Duchess of Cambridge, featured a sapphire surrounded by fourteen solitaire diamonds, and set in 18-carat white gold), now, even the youngest girls can afford small blue jewels. Especially, if we are talking about a relatively new direction in jewelry design: sapphire contemporary rings.
You can stack several rings (stackable rings) or opt for the piece with a variety of round smooth gemstones. Blue jewels look good with diamonds, pearls, and emeralds, which greatly improves the fashion jewelry wardrobe pourability.
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