Asteria Sapphire Solitaire
Inspired by the warmth and beauty of the sun and a celebration of light, the Asteria Solitaire is the perfect sapphire ring for engagement as well as most other occasions. From the highly polished sunburst radiating from the centre stone to the elegantly demure band, each element of this ring reflects light to create a complex play of sparkle. Yet more brilliance and colour comes courtesy of the innovative setting, with its arresting profile of micro-set gems and accentuated curves.
Handcrafted in your choice of 18ct golds or platinum, the Asteria Solitaire has been finished to our exacting standards. At its centre is a 4.8mm round sapphire, approximately 0.50ct, and using our innovative, signature setting, 0.23cts gradually paler sapphires have been micro-set into the surrounding precious metal, creating a tantalising halo.
The Asteria Solitaire is available in 18ct white gold, 18ct rose gold, 18ct yellow gold or platinum. Gemstone options include: white diamonds; blue sapphires; tsavorites; a combination of rubies and pink sapphires. Bespoke commissions are available including larger centre stones – please contact us to enquire.
WHY IS THIS THE PERFECT SAPPHIRE RING FOR ENGAGEMENT?:
Asteria is the Goddess of falling stars and many things astrological. Like the Godess, this ring is like no other. Strong, unique, powerful but yet still has a beguiling feminine charm. The inspired way in which the smaller sapphires, graduating in colour, are set within lozenges at the side of the setting is truly a site to behold and sets this apart for sapphire rings engagement. The precious metallic triangles around the centre stone resemble the images of the sun especially when drawn by children. A sapphire ring for engagement, in our opinion, should be rare, beautifully formed, have a unique inspiration and be made to exacting standards. The Asteria is the Sapphire Ring for Engagement!
To read more about the artistry that is behind each and every Andrew Geoghegan engagement ring, read this informative blog post where Andrew discusses his inspirations and explains why his pieces are true pieces of art.