CAPODAGLI RING WHITE GOLD SAPPHIRE 5.05 CT BAGUETTE DIAMONDS
Sapphire is a variety of corundum, which chemically is aluminum oxide (Al2OR3) strongly allochromatic. It has a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale.
The Mohs scale is an empirical criterion for evaluating the hardness of materials. It takes its name from the German mineralogist Friedrich Mohs, who conceived it in 1812. It takes as a reference the hardness of ten minerals numbered progressively from 1 to 10, such that each is able to scratch what precedes it and is scratched by the one that precedes it. follows.
The term sapphire (without other adjectives) identifies the blue-blue variety of corundum,
Sapphires can in fact have the most diverse colors, from pink to orange, purple, green, yellow to colorless white.
The typical blue-blue color of the gem derives from inclusions of hematite and rutile. In the event that the inclusions are oriented in particular ways, the phenomenon of asterism may arise.
The name sapphire probably derives from the Greek term σάπφειρος (sappheiros), or "blue", or from Hebrew ספיר (know), or "the most beautiful thing".
Material: 18 kt white gold
Stones: Diamonds and Sapphire
Sapphire Cut: Oval
Sapphire Carats: 5.05 ct
Diamond Cut: Baguette
Carat Diamonds: 0.52
Diamant Color: Gi
Diamonds purity: VVS