(Closed) pear sans halo???

posted 6 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

Hm. I’m having a hard time finding anything, as well. Blue Nile doesn’t really have much (and nothing without a halo), Gemvara has some, but they’re 5 figures in price.

Your best bet is to probably just find a pear sapphire that you like, and then find a setting that you like that will work with a pear shape. Natural Sapphire Co. has some pretty rings, but nothing in blue that isn’t 5 figures for the stone itself. Not sure of the quality for sapphires, but eBay has some cheaaaaaaaaaaaaaap stones.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2004

I found these 2 rings at buy.com just searching for “pear sapphire solitaire ring”.

I would probably recommend finding a loose stone and having it set in a setting you like though. I don’t think you’ll have much luck finding exactly what you’re looking for. But there are loose sapphires at angara, and you could check ebay too or else where. The stones at angara are not too expensive IMO. You could either get a setting online or find one at a local jeweler and have them set it.

here is the link to the loose pear sapphires at angara.com:

http://www.angara.com/loose-gemstones/sapphire.html

 

good luck! I’ll let you know if I come across any others. It would be nice to find a site where you can pick the sapphire and setting separately and they would set it for you so it arrives complete.

Post # 5
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Busy bee

Congratulations! I have posted my e-ring a zillion times but it is a pear without a halo but not a sapphire. I actually thought I wanted a halo but the jeweler talked me out of it.  I don’t know if this helps you but we picked the stone loose then picked a setting. Best wishes!

Post # 11
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

@HannahLucille:  Not all bezels are created equal, and I don’t think they work with every stone shape.  But for some reason, pears look amazing in them.

Post # 13
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849 posts
Busy bee

@Sweetie Pie 21: Without looking at the certification in my safe, I’m not entirely sure.  I know it’s 4.4something carats maybe 4.46? The cut is signature ideal, which is why we got it, FH fell in love with how it is cut. Originally, I started out wanting an asscher or cushion cut but FH really fell in love with this stone because of it’s c’s. Not entirely sure what they are though. I asked FH to give me a ring that took my breathe away, and this did. I would have to pull the certificate out of my safe. I do know that I had to get a special exception from my insurance company to have them insure it. I hope that helps you, best wishes!

Post # 14
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849 posts
Busy bee

I just asked husband what the stats of my diamond are and his response was “ummm, 4.4 something, VS something and colorless? I did my part in picking it out and buying it, I put the  stats out of my mind.” There goes that hope that he still knew.

Post # 15
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490 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2016

I have a diamond pear without a halo.  I never thought I would have a pear solitaire, but they look gorgeous.  My finger is a bit bigger, but shows they show up in a good size.  The size is a .81 ona 9.5 finger. 

Post # 16
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2004

So neither of these are sapphires, but they are both solitaires, and I actually found them a long time ago when I was considering a pear shape. I LOVE both of these settings, and figured I’d share since you’re looking for something similar:

 

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