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The weather is starting to cool off (for some of us!) and school is in full swing, which means Fall is upon us and we are celebrating September birthdays with sapphire. Imagine your autumn outings with these brilliant sapphires as the centerpiece. Which will you fall in love with?

This bold royal blue sapphire weighing over 11 carats is the focal point of this detailed ring design. Its triple claw-like prongs provide protection and importance, but they are still delicate due to their exquisite craftsmanship. The shank has a distinct harlequin-like pattern, with expertly matched tapering sapphires running its length; diamonds are set between the stones and the overall design is simultaneously classic and modern. Style number: R2293-RO1260-SAOV

R2308-RC1055-PSOV

The striking combination of a oval purple sapphire and Paraíba-type tourmalines is unique and combines two rare and valuable gemstones. The purple sapphire is accompanied by a gemstone report stating it is unheated, which is quite rare in sapphires and makes its color and clarity even more treasured. Style Number: R2308-RC1055-PSOV

R2295-RC1485-MSOV

The clarity and size of the center moonstone in this design is what first captivates and adds discernible value to this design. The moonstone’s blue sheen is complimented by an outer halo of round blue sapphires and sapphire trapezoids accented with black rhodium. Style Number: R2295-RC1485-MSOV

E1267-EO1021-PDOV-2

Slightly mismatched padparadscha sapphires are the focal point of these earrings, highlighting the delicate mix of pink and orange required to be given this designation. Mixed metals, with rose gold next to the center stone, are used in a double halo to highlight the pink hue of the padparadscha. Style Number: E1267-EO1021-PDOV

P1413-PC1150-MSPS

The statement making, nearly 20 carat moonstone at the center of this pendant is complimented with sapphires set with black rhodium to draw attention to the remarkable blue sheen of the center. The halo of sapphires scallops around the edge of the moonstone to mimic the rolling nature of the stone’s adularescence. Style Number: P1413-PC1150-MSPS

These sapphire earrings are detailed with two stations which use brilliant round sapphires with black rhodium accented prongs to create the illusion of a marquise, giving these earrings a elegant shape. Details abound on these earrings, from the subtle side halo of sapphires, to the rose cut diamonds in bezels behind the pear-shape sapphires, in order to create a full 360 degree look. Style Number: E1266-EC1850-SAPS

E1261-EC1900-SAPS

Classic sapphire drop earrings are modernized with a halo of rose-cut diamonds. Perfectly matched pear shape sapphires are complimented by matching round sapphires at the bottom of the lever wire – all displaying an ideal shade of medium-toned royal blue. Style Number: E1261-EC1900-SAPS

R2302-RC1610-SACU

Striking double claw prongs and a shared-prong halo of rose-cut diamonds modernize this classic sapphire and diamond ring. The natural center sapphire displays a blissful shade of cornflower blue and compliments a bride looking for an alternative sapphire bridal design. Style Number: R2302-RC1610-SACU

R2290-RC1055-SAOV

The bold color combination of sapphire and Paraíba-type tourmalines is striking, and the addition of black rhodium accentuates the bold colors of the gemstones. A classic three stone design is given a modern reinvention with this stone pairing and black rhodium plating. Style Number: R2290-RC1055-SAOV