Sapphire has many imitators, but it is by far the most precious and valuable blue gemstone. It is extremely resilient, with diamond being the only natural gemstone that is harder. Naissance Saphir’s 1.00 CT. center gemstone is the most desirable sapphire type of all, cornflower blue. Nestled into a four-point white gold setting, the almost impossible deep blue stone is flanked on either side by equally captivating sapphire sidestones totaling 0.08 CT. These sidestones sit in finely detailed flower settings, delicately balanced on a split ring shaft of 14k gold. As the base smoothly transitions into a solid band, gold bearing inserts along the circumference of the ring bring a contemporary touch to its timeless design.