Raziel ring - a customizable rough diamond and sapphire cluster engagement ring
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This customizable rough diamond engagement ring with a multihued sapphire cluster is out of this world beautiful. It is a stunning engagement ring that has an otherworldly effect beyond its physical manifestation. The word Raziel is the name of a Hebrew angel who is the angel of magic, mystery and secrets. We named this ring after this angel because this ring has this mysterious, magical effect by playing with color, shape and light that extends beyond its physical beauty.
The ring models shown contain a rough diamond at their center with an ethereal cluster of three cut and polished sapphires at its side of various hues and shapes. The three sapphires are absolutely natural and are in a spectrum of shades, though you will have the option to choose any color and shape you would like. The cut and multicolored sapphires standing beside the naturally formed and colorless rough diamond contrast and complement one another simultaneously. It's such a beautiful metaphor for the perfect relationship built into the most breathtaking and ethical engagement ring.
IMPORTANT STEP TO CREATING THIS RING: Find your center rough diamond in our collection here and add it to cart along with this ring design.
The price INCLUDES your sidestones. We have a large range of sapphire and rough diamond sidestone options that are not on our site and we will work with you together after your purchase to choose which stones to place there.
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We will get in touch with you directly to confirm your purchase and details. Please allow up to 6 weeks to receive your ring. If you need it to be rushed, please contact us directly at email@example.com.
A note about the source:
We sourced the sapphires as rough directly from our partner mine in Sri Lanka. It is an artisanal family-owned and operated mine that adheres to the highest labor and environmental standards in Sri Lanka. We sourced this rough diamond through a siteholder in Ramat Gan, Israel and therefore we are able to trace it directly to the mine in South Africa.