Options Available for Peach Sapphire Engagement Rings

For everyone who is interested to make the day more special with sapphire engagement rings, it’s important to know that sapphires are available in various vibrant colors. Some have natural rare colors while some are the result of heat treatments. Apart from the blue ones, which are the rarest and most expensive, peach sapphires also look amazing and beautiful when incorporated in an engagement ring.

In peach sapphire engagement rings, the gemstone is having a warm orange tone with a slight pinkish touch that gives a completely gorgeous and unique look that no other color could give. Since the Corundum is available in various rainbow colors, from orange and yellow hues particularly soft peach, vivid tangerine and bright lemon, choices are quite limitless and people can easily find something of their requirements within no time.

So, when it comes to having one of the best peach engagement rings, experts used to mention the following important and beautiful types that are sure to steal everyone’s heart.

  1. Padparadscha Sapphires

The name is originally known as padmaradschen, the Sinhalese word, which is used to explain the color of Sri Lankan lotus flower. These types of sapphires are normally extremely rare as well as desirable by millennials and everyone who can afford them. With an intensely gorgeous coloration, they actually stand out among other sapphire types, particularly orange and pink hues. Sometimes, their color becomes similar to that of sunrise, the flesh of a ripe guava or even salmon, thus adding up more beauty and elegance to the peach sapphire engagement rings.

Here, the thing to keep in mind is that there should be no compromise over cut and clarity because they are responsible for giving that final look. Low heat treatments can work on clarity because they do not leave any after effects of the gemstones. However, some treatments that are not acceptable for this purpose are Beryllium treatments, coated or dyed stones. Also referred to as ‘Pads,’ this particular type is usually faked with Padparadscha Sapphire owing to its price and demand in the market. So, to avoid being a victim of such fraud, experts suggest to always go for someone who is certified to deal in this type of sapphires so that no client would doubt the quality of the gemstone.

Normally, Padparahscha Sapphires are mostly found in Sri Lanka but there are some mines in Tanzania and Madagascar as well. For a person, it’s quite easy to trace the difference in Padparadscha coming from the two place- Madagascar is known to produce the gemstones more in pink coloration while Sri Lankan Padparadscha Sapphires are having orange color. The latter is, therefore, quite expensive and a preferable form of sapphires, after the blue ones.

  1. Peach Sapphires

It’s not necessary that peach sapphire engagement rings always have Padparadscha because they hold close resemblance with peach. Clarity, tone, intensity and color distribution play a significant role in determining the cost of a sapphire engagement ring and so, it’s necessary to be sure about the requirements and options available. Remember that peach sapphire engagement rings have varied prices, depending upon the specific gemstones and their looks. So, if someone is looking for a particular shade, always visit the certified dealers and let them find a perfect one.