I made this wedding ring set using 14-carat gold and a 5.5mm white sapphire, which I got from Montana. The wedding band can also be done in different shades of gold, sterling silver, or a mixture of both. You can also choose the type of stone to use for the ring. Prices vary, depending on the type of materials used.
The rings have a hammered texture, giving them an elegant weathered look. If you prefer the white sapphire, the rings can be shipped in a week after I get your sizes. Shipping may take longer for custom-made rings using other metals and stones.
Sapphire is the birthstone of September. Characteristics associated with it are loyalty, truth, commitment, and sincerity, which make it an ideal stone to use for engagement rings. This stone is tough, just like a diamond, as proved on the Mohs Scale of Hardness. The diamond, which is the hardest mineral, has a rating of 10, while the sapphire has a rating of 9. In fact, the only gemstone that is capable of scratching a sapphire is a diamond.