Of all the stones mined in India, sapphires may very well be the nearest and dearest to the country. Said to be the country of origin, there is evidence that sapphires were mined there as far back as 7th century BC, making it the first recorded mining of the gem. The abundance and long history the country has with the gem earned them the right to frequent appearances in Indian jewelry. This pave gemstone bar bracelet expertly pairs the Indian sapphire with another commonly mined Indian gem, the diamond. The contrast between the dark blue sapphires and the crystal color of the diamonds provides an interesting breakup to the bracelet. The differing stacked lengths of the bars provide another interesting feature making this bracelet unique on many levels.
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- Pave rose cut sapphires and diamonds
- Stones set in an oxidized silver rounded bars
- 14k gold hook and eye closure
- 7 1/4 inches long, 1 1/2 inches at widest point