A chance for the everyday woman to have the exhilarating feeling of…
…giving yourself a boost of courage and positive energy
…striking up conversations without saying a word
…and marking memorable moments.
Because when you wear something boldly, intentionally, and uniquely YOU people notice…
And what better way to do that than with your birthstone?
BONUS: often includes an increase of compliments and confidence.
The meaning behind the September birthstone BLUE SAPPHIREis actually really interesting. Originally, sapphire was thought to guard against evil. This made it a very popular gem for those seeking protection in their lives. It was also thought to be capable of guarding against poison in various forms. Also since ancient times, the Blue Sapphire has represented a promise of honesty, loyalty, purity and trust. To keep with this tradition, Sapphires are one of the most popular engagement gemstones today.
These rings are designed to allow the gemstones to stand out. They are so beautiful and versatile you will want to wear yours everyday!
Please note that colors may vary slightly, as these are natural gemstones.
Jewelry is made to order. Please allow about 4-6 weeks for us to create and ship your order.
All items including earrings are returnable within 14 days of receipt.
Please scroll to see the ring size guide and to see information on how to measure your ring size accurately.
If you don’t know your ring size you can use either of these two methods to figure out your ring size.
Find a ring you already have that fits you comfortably. 1. Lay the ring flat on a paper. 2. Use a sharp pencil to mark the inner side of circumference of the ring. 3. Draw a line at the exact half of the circle and measure the distance from end to end of the diameter of the circle. 4. Measure the distance with a ruler. 5. Use chart to determine the ring size.
If you don’t have a ring for reference. 1. Wrap a thin strip of paper around the base of your finger. If you have larger knuckles then measure both. You may want to choose a size between the 2 to allow the ring to to slip on comfortably. 2. Mark the spot where the paper meets. 3. Measure the papers distance with a ruler. 4. Use the chart to determine the ring size.