If you’re looking to break tradition with your engagement ring, a blue sapphire engagement ring is a stunning way to do so. The word sapphire comes from the Greek "sapheiros" and the Latin "saphirus", meaning blue.
Sapphires come in a variety of colours from rich indigo blue to ocean spray blue, from white (colorless) to orange, champagne, and even green.
People in ancient Greece, particularly those belonging to the royal families, believed that the sapphire protected them from harm and attracted positivity and blessings.
The blue sapphire was made popular in recent history by Lady Diana who was given a blue sapphire cluster engagement ring by then Prince Charles. That ring has since been passed down to the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.
Check out our amazing collection of Blue Sapphire Engagement Rings at Hatton Garden, London, UK.