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Sapphire Engagement Rings

Design your ring around the timeless beauty of sapphire.

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Truly a Classic

This deep blue gem has always been one of the most popular center stones, beloved for its durability and vibrant color. An ideal choice for your custom engagement ring.

This gorgeous bridal set features an oval sapphire with a white sapphire halo and two offset pear-cut sapphire side stones (designed to look like small turtles circling the center stone!). Scrollwork decorates the shank and the matching band, with pops of sapphire accents.
This exquisitely delicate ring was designed for a woman who is unable to wear jewelry on her fingers: the ring is designed to be worn on a chain. A heart cut deep blue sapphire is surrounded by scattered sapphire and diamond accents and set in a band made of thin threads of intertwining white and rose gold.
A natural, unheated sapphire is the eye-catching center stone for this white gold three-stone setting, flanked by two brilliant round diamonds.
The yellow gold engagement ring sets a low-profile sapphire and accents it with small emeralds. The matching white gold vine band creates a beautiful blend of gold colors to round out the bridal set.
Inspired by the famous royal ring worn by Princess Diana and later Kate Middleton, this engagement ring features a deep blue sapphire center stone surrounded by a sunburst diamond halo. We incorporated pave diamonds on the white gold shank to complete the perfect look for this couple.
A deep pop of blue floating on a light, airy ring. The band is formed of two delicate strands of white gold, one curving smoothly while the other ripples from point to point like a series of cresting waves. The two surround the round blue sapphire center stone, creating an unusual three-prong setting.
A trillion cut sapphire set in a vining shank. Diamonds and amethysts bring out the sparkle and the darker hues of the blue center stone.
Sapphire set in a ring with delicate strands of white gold accented with pear and round diamonds.
A modern take on a flower engagement ring. Swirls of blue sapphire form a sort of halo around the center stone. The side profile reveals an open, modern take on a cathedral setting with two white sapphires at the shoulders.
The choice of equal widths to the blue and white sapphires in this 3-stone ring creates a sleek, subdued styling. And the natural curve of the pear cut sapphires meets the reverse taper of the shank for a lovely and feminine curve.
Inspired by the ocean, this design uses the natural slant of the knife edge band to start the curve of white sapphires crashing like waves around the blue sapphire center stone.
Lines of white gold twist toward the sapphire center stone, and then keep twisting to create beautiful loops for the setting (instead of prongs).
A modern bezel setting for the sapphire in this fantasy book lover's deathly hallows engagement ring.
An open, vining shank balances a wide ring face, adding vintage styling to the sapphire setting.
Bright, beautiful princess cut sapphire with geometric, Tardis-inspired detailing on the band.
A half-split modern shank with vintage-inspired double-claw prong sapphire setting.
A classic design for a diamond halo engagement ring with twisting bands of diamond and sapphire.
A clean, contemporary bridal set. Hard to beat the pairing of blue sapphire, diamonds, and yellow gold.
We particularly like the angular claw prongs in this setting for a leaf-and-branch nature-inspired engagement ring.

The Custom Experience

Talk About It


Discuss design ideas, options, budget, with a dedicated jewelry consultant - your guide to the custom experience.

Get It Designed


See sketches and concept art designed just for you by our jewelry design team.

See It Come To Life


Visualize your piece with high resolution 3D renderings, and we'll adjust every detail until you tell us it's perfect.

Treasure It


Receive your custom ring, with the assurance it's been made to wear and last a lifetime.

Dedicated Service

Our team of design consultants helps you figure out the details, explains your options, and guides you through each step of designing a custom Irish engagement ring.

Personalized Design

Our artists and designers create sketches and detailed 3D renderings for you, so you'll see just how your ring will look when it's finished. We'll work with you on every detail until you say it looks exactly right.


Our design team, artists, and experienced jewelers will handle your project with the utmost skill, care, and knowledge.

A World of Color

Sapphire can be found in almost any color, offering its beauty and durability for those interested in something other than the classic blue.

Yellow Sapphire The design on this shank is inspired by lotus detailing on the columns in Egyptian architecture.
White Sapphire Perfectly delicate, vintage-inspired touches surround a gorgeous 1.6ct white sapphire.
Champagne Sapphire A pink champagne sapphire in a delicate rose gold setting. The bar setting is clean and accents the geometry of the triangle-cut side diamonds.
Montana Sapphire The couple mined these sapphires themselves while in Montana and had them cut into an oval and a cushion. We designed elegant pairs of rings around these beautiful, very personal gems.
Green, Violet, Yellow Sapphire A perfect matched set of unheated sapphires in a "Portuguese Brilliant" cut (round brilliant facet pattern on top, portuguese cut faceting on the bottom). A great reminder of sapphire's (sometimes neglected) range of colors.
Pink Sapphire A sweet diamond halo heart ring with a bright pink sapphire as the star of the show.
Yellow Sapphire Snitch-inspired setting for yellow sapphire, perfect for a fantasy book lover.

Plays Well With Others

Sapphires make stunning accent gems or side stones, drawing the eye even when they're not the star of the show.

This rococo design draws its influences from baroque ornamentation and features two cherubs whose angel wings form the prongs for a sparkly marquise cut diamond.
Bridal set featuring princess cut diamond and side sapphires, milgrain detailing, and beautiful scrollwork on the wedding band. Personal touches (a globe and a ballet slipper) are sculpted on the sides of the setting to reflect the couple.
This flower engagement ring surrounds the diamond with two Montana yogo sapphires. She's from Montana. No other sapphire would have worked.
Combining the deep ocean blue of marquise sapphire with the clear sea blue of square aquamarine creates multi-colored faux-cushion settings in this unique ring.
This ring pairs a sculpted white gold rose with a bezel-set deep blue sapphire. The gap between the two emphasizes the contrast and keeps the design feeling light.
Pear cut sapphire and emerald pair up to form a heart-shaped center setting in this Celtic rope ring.

A Timeless Gem For a Unique Design

The classic elegance of sapphire works just as well in a truly novel, alternative design as it does in a more traditional engagement ring.

Three-stone setting inspired by Zora's Sapphire, one of the spiritual stones of video game fame.
Blending cultural references, this intricately sculptured ring pairs a celtic knot with a dragon and highlights it with a small sapphire for a woman who prefers non-traditional jewelry.
Two tone wings mirror the metallic wings of the video game character that inspired this sapphire ring
An unusual and beautiful setting of heart cut sapphires around three birthstones (diamond, peridot, aquamarine -- one for each of their kids), set in a celtic rope band.
A square halo of flush-set diamonds surrounds the bezel set square sapphire for an angular, modern take on a halo ring.
Blue sapphire and london blue topaz pair to mimic the colors of Charizard in this sculptural anime dragon ring.

What Our Customers Say

Everyone was super helpful and seemed to read my mind when I tried to explain what I wanted. Everyone was nice and patient and my girlfriend (now fiancee) is absolutely obsessed. They did amazing.

- Samuel A.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a project take?

For most customers, a project takes about 4 weeks. That includes discussing your design up front, another 2-3 days to create your design, a few days for revisions (if necessary), around 10 days in production, and a few days to ship it to you.

If you need your piece completed by a certain date, let us know up front, and we can usually work to accomodate your request. For urgent requests, we offer a rush service that pushes your request to the top of our list and guarantees delivery by a specified date.

Unfortunately, if you need your piece completed in 2 weeks or less, we can't accomodate requests in that timeframe.

How much will my ring cost?

In general, our custom rings are the same price as similar rings off-the-shelf ('similar' meaning a comparable selection of metals and gemstones used, which are the biggest factors in price). Our aim is to make high-quality custom designs accessible to everyone.

Each ring we produce starts off as a brand new concept. Because of that, it’s difficult to know how much a piece is going to cost without knowing a bit more about the idea you have in mind.

The easiest way to figure out how much your ring will cost is to start a consultation with us and let our team know what you're looking for - we can provide an estimate with only a few details.

When do I get to see a design? Do I have to pay first?

After we've gathered details on what you'd like to make, we'll be ready to start designing your piece. We make every effort to make sure we have all your considerations in mind before we start designing.

Before we produce 3D previews of your piece, we require a deposit up front - the deposit goes toward the final cost of producing your piece. Should you decide not to proceed with production of your design, the deposit is partially refundable minus a small amount we retain to cover our designer’s time.

In some cases, we may produce hand-drawn sketches of your piece to help us firm up the details of the design before we proceed. There is no payment or deposit required for sketch work.

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