One-of-a-Kind #222 || Sterling Onefooter Ring with Australian sapphire set in 18k yellow gold, Size 6.5
One-of-a-Kind #222 ||
Australia is home to one of the best geographical locations for sapphires in the world. The origin of sapphires can most often not be known, but the recent interest – including my own – in where stones come from, gives this one a leg up. As does the price point of this one. Australia’s sapphires have more of an earthy tone, which I like.
The sterling silver ring is a size 6.5, and sapphire is set in 18k yellow gold.
With each Onefooter being unique, and each sapphire being unique, every single ring will be different. If this one is the wrong size, you may have to special order one – although I bought several of these sapphires, and made a few rings in various sizes. I might have the one you need! Sapphires come in all kinds of price points and all kinds of colours – let’s talk.
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