Sapphire...the word sounds as magical as the images it conjures up...sapphire blue skies, sapphire blue waters, and sapphire blue flowers. The list is endless. Sapphire rings have been popular since the Middle Ages. Clergy favored blue sapphire rings because the color represented heaven. Magicians felt sapphire rings helped them command spirits.
Many others felt a sapphire ring helped ward off evil and sicknessincluding the plague. Antique sapphire rings have been popular in many different cultures and for many centuries. The British have a long-running love affair with sapphires. We all remember the beautiful sapphire and diamond engagement ring that Prince Charles presented to Lady Diana. Sapphires also adorn the cross on the Imperial Crown. And several American museums have some famous sapphires on display.
Ever since Prince Charles asked for Princess Diana’s hand in marriage, sapphire engagement rings have been associated with royalty, romance, and fairy tales. Blue is a popular color choice for an sapphire ring while fancy sapphires are also highly sought after in pink, purple and yellow hues. A padparadscha sapphire ring, with it's pinkish orange to orange-pink hue, will please even the most romantic bride-to-be. The Topazery sapphire engagement ring collection includes sapphire rings with exquisite touches like diamond accents, lacy filigree and fishtail designs. Round, cushion and emerald cut sapphire rings are all well represented. Delicate or bold, understated or stunning, simple or fancy.... at Topazery you'll find a spectacular sapphire ring to suit your personal style. We offer antique sapphire rings, as well as vintage and antique style (new) sapphire rings. The sapphire engagement ring you've been dreaming about is waiting for you here!