Ever since I was a little girl, I’ve had an intense penchant for Sapphires. I think it may be linked to my style crush on Diana, Princess of Wales, who was the epitome of a fairytale princess, and wore an enormous sapphire engagement ring on her finger. My first proper ring was a gift from my grandparents. It was a small blue sapphire that I wore with love until my finger grew big and the the piece was consigned to my jewellery box. Recently I’ve started wearing it on a chain around my neck, and have been looking at some sapphire pendants that are available at Angara.com.
‘The Gemstone destination’, Angara owns a family history in gemstone cutting, polishing and design. Since 2005 it has been selling jewellery direct to the public, and is now available to the UK. One of the specialities of Angara is sapphires, with a current range of Mother’s Day Sapphire pendants available in different cuts, carat weights, quality of stones and settings.
Angara allows you to customise your pendant, according to your taste and budget and helps create a bespoke piece. In addition, you can divide the cost of your item by paying in installments,( maximum three installments available on most items). You can enjoy buying with Angara as it lets you choose the metal for your chain pendant i.e. silver, white gold, yellow gold and even platinum.
With Prince William choosing to give Kate Middleton his mother’s sapphire ring, sapphires have earned immense love from young and modern women of today, especially in engagement stunners. Kate has been spotted wearing a beautiful, matching pair of earrings on many occasions, confirming to the timelessness of this royal blue stone.
However, if blue isn’t your colour choice, remember to own sapphires in girly shade of pink. Pink sapphires look lovely in silver or white gold setting.
Do you love Sapphires? What is your favourite gemstone? Would love to hear your thoughts.