Gemstone Rings!

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Post # 31
246 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2020

Mine is so hard to photograph! It’s a dark blue sapphire, but it looks black in most pictures. I think I only have one or two pictures where the blue shows.

Post # 32
278 posts
Helper bee

sapphires are so hard to get the color right!

Post # 33
11 posts

mine is an alexandrite stone, so it’s actually impossible to photograph accurately. Outdoors (bottom right picture) it’s a deep, solid green with some flashes of red and purple when it sparkles. But no matter what it always photographs as blue or purple. 

Post # 34
4 posts

My colour change sapphire is so hard to photograph.

It varies between purple, magenta, blue and green depending on the light, but mostly appears as purpleish in photos. 

Post # 35
1593 posts
Bumble bee


Post # 36
6308 posts
Bee Keeper

My yellow sapphire is a shifty little powerhouse of color. In some lights, it can look a light and bright yellow. In others, it takes on a deeper honey sort of color. And sometimes, I can see a lot of orange in it.

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g3m5 :  I love the color of your sapphire, as well as the cut. Gorgeous stone and ring!!

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ohjustchillin :  So, so pretty! I love the different colors you captured in your stone. It’s super exciting to see an alexandrite on the boards, and I loooove your setting, too!

Post # 37
9983 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL

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ohjustchillin :  Gorgeous!! What size is your alexandrite? I have a 7.5 mm round being set. I can’t wait!! 

Post # 38
14 posts
  • Wedding: August 2011

I have a padparadcha that a bit darker in color. It’s really hard to photograph. 

Post # 39
189 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: September 2020

Pale morganite 🙂

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