One of the most famous Sapphire rings must be Lady Diana's Sapphire and Diamond cluster. 12ct of Sapphire surrounded by 14 Diamonds set in 18ct white gold, created by Garrard around 1980. In 2010 Prince William passed the ring to Catherine Middleton, now the Duchess of Cambridge, who wears it today.
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The Duchess of Cambridge's engagement ring, which belonged to Prince William's late mother Princess Diana, was valued at £28,000 when Prince Charles proposed to her with it. Now valued at £300,000 It has 14 solitaire diamonds surrounding a 12-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire, set in white gold.
Item Details GEMSTONE(S) Sapphire & Diamond MAIN GEMSTONE CARAT WEIGHT 1.84 ct TOTAL GEMSTONE CARAT WEIGHT 2.35 ctw MAIN GEMSTONE SHAPE Oval MAIN GEMSTONE CUT Brilliant GEMSTONE(S) COLOR G-H GEMSTONE(S) CLARITY I1-I2 METAL(S) Yellow Gold (14K) CONDITION Very Good - minor scratching on shank MARKINGS 14K B.M. APPRAISED PERIOD Contemporary DIMENSIONS 0.5625" x 0.5" in DIMENSIONS 4.26 g RING SIZE 6 RESIZABLE? Yes Estate Sapphire & Diamond Cluster 'Diana' Ring This dignified ring’s timeless charm is fit for a queen. The vivid and eye-catching ring is remarkably similar to Princess Diana’s engagement ring (now property of the Duchess of Windsor Kate Middleton), but you certainly don’t need to have a wedding coming up to fall in love with this stunning sapphire and diamond classic. The ring boasts a 1.84 ct oval brilliant-cut central blue stone, surrounded by 0.51 ctw of diamonds, forming a delicate floral design. The diamonds maintain a G-H color and I1-I2 clarity. This size 6 contemporary ring can be resized upon request. Please note that all resized rings are final sale. Weighing 4.26 g, this ring is in very good condition with minor scratching on the shank. A marking of "14K B.M." can be found on the ring.