The name sapphire probably derives from the greek word (sàppheiros), meaning “blue”, or from the hebrew (sappir), meaning “the most beautiful thing”.
Sapphire is a variety of corundum, which chemically is highly allochromatic aluminum oxide (Al2O3). It has a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale. The typical blue-blue color of the gem derives from inclusions of hematite and rutile.
18kt white gold ring with white diamonds and natural sapphire.
Gold weight: 8.40 grams
Sapphire weight: 80 ct
Diamond weight: 250 ct
Color: F color
Purity: VS clarity
All the characteristics will be indicated on the certificate of guarantee and ownership that accompanies the jewel.