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Taking care of the Sapphire Ring

Sapphire Ring or Sapphire Jewelry Care
Caring For Your New Custom Sapphire Ring / Jewelry

Natural sapphires are extremely hard and durable gemstones, they are not prone to chipping, cracking or breaking. The only other gemstone that ranks harder are diamonds at a 10 on Mohs scale for a harness with sapphires being a 9. Because of the hardness of sapphires, please take care that they do not scratch softer gemstones in your jewelry collection, this also holds true for sapphire and diamond jewelry.

Blue Sapphire rings


Recommended Tips For Taking Care of Your New Custom Sapphire Ring.

  • Store your sapphire ring separately to other pieces of jewelry you own ideally in the ring box provided by us.
  • Check your sapphire & diamond's set often to make sure the stones are not loose.

  • You should remove your sapphire ring to bathe or wash your hands. Store it in a safe place so it does not slip down the drain.

  • Avoid wearing your sapphire ring when you are doing housework, gardening or participating in a sport.

  • Do not subject you're fine sapphire ring to physical shocks, jerks or extreme temperature changes - Remove if wearing gloves.

  • Have your jewelry repaired, sized or polished by a professional, we do offer a full-service plan for all of our custom sapphire rings please contact us for pricing and shipping details. Contact us at 727 797 0007 with any questions you have on service prices.

  • It recommended that you have any fine jewelry checked by a good jeweler at least once a year. Do not forget to insure you're fine jewelry pieces. We do provide a full independent appraisal by a certified GIA G. G gemologist for all of our new custom sapphire ring's which is the gold standard for most insurance companies.

  • If you have purchased an item of jewelry with diamond accent stones, the same cleaning and care guidelines apply.


Real gemstone  Natural blue Sapphire ring  Ruby-sapphire-ring


Information On Precious Metals

Gold: One of the most malleable and ductile alloys, it is an inactive alloy which means it won’t rust, tarnish or decay. White gold is occasionally plated with rhodium to create a brighter silver finish, over time the plating can wear off and may need to be reapplied. Our master jeweler will rhodium plate all white golds rings if you sending the ring back to us for its service as part of the service fee.


Yellow natural sapphire diamond ring Blue Sapphire diamond ring  Red Sapphire riing


Platinum, a silvery to silver-gray metal and has excellent strength. When platinum is scratched, the metal is merely displaced or moved, it does not chip or break off as you might find in other alloys such as gold and silver. As a result, scratched platinum sapphire rings can be re-polished with little loss of weight. After being worn platinum can develop a patina that can look flat or similar to brushed chrome. Buffing, steaming or re-polishing the metal will restore the original polish, or you can choose to rhodium plate your platinum to make the shinier finish as you see in white gold.

 Royal blue Sapphire diamond ringruby sapphire  

If you have any questions or concerns on how to take care of your new sapphire ring please contact us, we do send out a package with all of our sapphire rings which include more information on taking care of your new ring along with cleaning tips - Contact us at 727 797 0007 or at s[email protected] with any questions you might have we always happy to help - open 7 days a week.