Sapphire Ring Designs
Every Sapphire in our collection is individually sourced by us and ethically mined.
Oval cut Sapphires
Round cut Sapphires
Cushion cut Sapphires
Emerald cut Sapphires
Pear cut Sapphires
Radiant cut Sapphires
5 Things you need to know before proposing
When choosing your Sapphire, probably the most important will be the colour, followed by the cut (shape) and third will be the origin (where the stone was mined).
Finding what metal your partner prefers is important, because an engagement ring is such a long term piece of jewellery, so getting it right is vital.
We craft our rings in 18ct yellow, rose and white gold and platinum. You can also combine yellow and white, or rose and white for the two tone look.
Knowing your partner’s preference can be tricky, especially if they don’t wear jewellery.
If in doubt, choosing a simple classic design is always safer, than designing a complex ring. Asking your partner’s friend or a family member you can trust with your secret, can also be very helpful in finding out if you are on the right track.
Definitely the most difficult to obtain, but if your partner wears a ring on the right hand ring finger, we know the left hand will be very close. We will assist in how to obtain the finger size, as there are a few tricks.
Proposal & Aftercare
If you are not sure how to propose, we highly recommend Samantha from unforgettableproposals.com.au and her masterclass.
Samantha can also create the perfect proposal setting for you, just reach out.
Aftercare is something we are very big on. Looking after your precious piece of jewellery with a yearly service and complimentary clean as often as you feel necessary, our door is always open.
Hours of Operation
MON – FRI
9:00am – 5:00pm
9:00am – 3:00pm
We are closed
We are located on Given Terrace in the same building as The Flight Centre and opposite the Paddo Tavern, not far from the Suncorp Stadium.
Our address is
229 Given Tce Paddington QLD 4064
Bentley De Lisle
From our blog
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