Sapphire and Diamond Celtic ring 14k White Gold 3 Stone
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- The Three-stone design represents the past, present, and future of love shared, it's also symbolic of eternity, in Celtic traditions.
- Handcrafted in Ireland, this breathtaking three-stone diamond engagement ring is part of ShanOre’s Darina’s gold collection.
This beautiful ring features a flawless sparkling diamond accented by two evening-blue sapphires, framed by Celtic Trinity knot shoulders.
Its Sapphire stones have long been cherished in several cultures to symbolizes truth, commitment, fidelity, love, and purity.
This Three-stone sapphire diamond ring makes a prestigious, symbolic, and romantic expression of love. It is also available in 14 Karat yellow gold.
Manufacturer: ShanOre Jewelry
Nothing tops this influx of emotions than this ShanOre Three-Stone Sapphire and Diamond Trinity Engagement Ring. It’s a bold and romantic expression of your feelings for the one you truly love. Your engagement is more than a sensual experience; it’s a revelation of true love, a confession of feelings that you want to spend the rest of your life with the one you love. When it comes to antique sapphire engagement rings, it’s easy to give all the credit to the diamonds. However, its both intricate and fascinating to discover the history behind sapphires on diamond rings. Sapphire is a Greek name meaning “blue stone,” and it’s the stone’s unique blue coloring that has captivated jewelry lovers for centuries. Despite sapphire’s Greek etymology, its history dates back to the 13th century. It is believed that sapphire’s popularity began in Sir Lanka. Sir Lanka is perhaps the only place in the world with pink and orange sapphires natively known as “lotus flower” or padparadscha in Sinhalese. Sapphire stones have an interesting history. It was believed that the color of the ring would fade if it were worn by an impure person. This belief was so widespread that Pope Innocent III instituted a compulsory waiting period before marriage to see if color fading occurred. In the 14 and 15th centuries, royal families took on the sapphire ring wave due to the belief that the rings were a symbol of commitment, truth, and love. In the 20th-century sapphire rings once again came into the limelight, and diamond engagement rings complemented by a halo of sapphires became a popular trend. The popularity of these rings has repeated itself over the years, and in the modern age, they are the center stone of many engagement rings. Three-stone rings may have a center diamond by two sapphires or a center gem by two diamonds. This antique-inspired modern age ShanOre three stone engagement ring includes something for any taste. The trinity engagement ring is a design that features three stones or a gemstone at its center. The three stone engagement rings tell a story. These stones symbolize the past, present, and future. While each ring has its own imbued meaning, this sensual representation makes this engagement ring a romantic gesture. When proposing, you and your partner can reflect on the love you have shared, share currently, and the unique love you will continue to have for each other. This ring is framed by Celtic trinity knot shoulders. The trinity knot is also known as Triquetra and is one of the best-known symbols in Celtic culture. The trinity knot appearance in Celtic culture was developed during Ireland’s Insular Art movement back in the 7th Century. Christians symbolize the three points of the Trinity as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, a representation of unity and eternity. This three-stone sapphire diamond ring from ShaOre is not only a thoughtful and romantic expression of your love, but also a symbol of eternity. Made by ShaOre jewelers, and handcrafted in Ireland, this amazing three-stone engagement ring from ShaOre’s Darina white gold collection will be the perfect complement for your proposal. It is also available in Karat yellow gold. Specifications:
|Material||14K White Gold|
|Diamond Colour||H - I|