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1.38 ct Bicolor Sapphire with 0.33 ct Diamonds in 18k Yellow Gold

1.38 ct Bicolor Sapphire with 0.33 ct Diamonds in 18k Yellow Gold


Gemstone: Sapphire

Category: Corundum

Color: Color Change (Chocolate Brown/Olive Green)

Cut: Step

Clarity: Eye Clean

Shape: Kite

Weight: 1.38 ct

Enhancement: None

Origins: Tanzania


Diamond: 0.33 ct

Color: G/H

Clarity: VS / SI

Shape: Round / Marquise / Baguette

Cut: Brilliant Mixed / Step

Origin: Africa


Metal Type: 18k Yellow Gold

Metal Weight: 3.38 grams

Setting Type: Bezel / Pave

Metal Finish: Bright Polished

Make: Handcrafted in Tanzania

Color: 18k Yellow Gold
  • Care for Sapphire Jewelry

    Natural, untreated sapphires are hard, durable, and are not prone to chipping, cracking or breaking. Because of the hardness of sapphires, please take care that they do not scratch softer gemstones in your jewelry box. Natural, untreated sapphires are usually safe to clean in ultrasonic or steam cleaners used by jewelers. Exceptions include star sapphires or stones that are heavily fractured or included. The best way to clean your sapphire jewelry is with warm soapy water and a soft brush, avoiding soaking the stone. Always avoid harsh detergents, and never clean your jewelry with solvents such as alcohol, acetone or paint thinner.

  • Sapphire Mineral Information

    Sapphire is the birthstone for the month of September. They have been prized as great gemstones since 800BC and popular in ancient Roman, ancient Persia, and throughout the Middle Ages. When you think of sapphires, you probably think of a rich blue color, but sapphires actually come in almost every color of the rainbow—including pink, peach, orange, yellow, green, teal, and purple. Red sapphires are better known as rubies (both are varieties of the mineral corundum). The most valuable color of sapphire is a cornflower blue color. Another extremely valuable sapphire form is the very rare, orange-pink Padparadascha. An exotic type of sapphire, known as color-changing sapphire, displays a different color depending on its lighting — it is blue in natural light and violet in artificial light. Yellow, pink, teal, and parti sapphires have recently become very popular, and are now often seen in jewelry. Sapphires are among the most durable naturally occurring elements in the world with a hardness score of 9 out of 10 in the Mohs scale. The durability of sapphires makes them an excellent choice for engagement rings and other jewelry you plan to wear every day.

  • Sapphire Spiritual Meaning

    Sapphire is a gemstone associated with royalty. It is believed to attract abundance, blessings, and gifts of fulfillment, joy, prosperity, inner peace, and beauty. It has been used to protect against negative energies, as well as calm the mind, strengthen intuition, and invite spiritual clarity. Some wore it to ward off illness or as protection while traveling. Sapphire has for a long time, been identified with chastity, piety, and repentance. It brings wisdom and truth, increases perception and the understanding of justice. It helps find peace of mind and serenity and promotes a life of sincerity, helping preserve one’s innocence while learning life’s truths. It can be used for quests to increase one’s faith, hope and joy and to keep thoughts pure and heavenly. Sapphire is also associated with romantic love, representing fidelity and romantic devotion.



Safaris & Treasures items are shipped directly from our workshop in Tanzania. International orders are charged a combined shipping fee of $45 upon checkout. Shipments are sent via DHL within 3-5 days of receipt of payment. Please contact us for more information on estimated shipment delivery time of ordered items.

The recipient is responsible for all import taxes, customs duties, and fees that are imposed once a shipment reaches the recipient's country. Additional charges for customs clearance must be fulfilled by the recipient. For shipment that is refused because of unexpected import fees, the cost of the original shipping and any return shipping charges will not be refunded. If you have any questions regarding your international order, please contact us.

Your order comes with the following...

  • A surprise gift

  • Safaris & Treasures jewelry information card

  • Safaris & Treasures jewelry box

  • Third party gemstone certificate of natural origin (and/or grading report) for colored gemstone and diamond jewelry with retail price of more than US $1,000

  • One free ring resizing for rings




Items in original, unaltered, and unused condition may be returned or exchanged within 14 days of receiving the item. Returns and exchanges must be accompanied by the original packaging. A notice must be communicated to us via e-mail before shipping back the item to our workshop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Please do not send your purchase back without contacting us first at The buyer is responsible for the return shipping fee and all possible taxes.


Restocking Fee: A restocking fee of $100 applies for orders canceled later than 2 hours after purchase and $150 for orders already shipped. This amount will be deducted from a full refund.


Special Orders: Custom pieces are made exclusively to your specifications, and therefore are not eligible for return or exchange. Several types of products are exempt from being returned or exchanged...

  • custom color combinations

  • custom design orders

  • earrings with push back posts converted to screw back earrings

  • customized items, individually designed jewelry

  • personalized items (items engraved per customer’s request)

  • items with individually sourced gemstones and made accordingly to specifications

  • if items have been made by an expedited (rush) request


Refunds: Once your return is received and inspected, we will send an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you whether you are approved for a full or partial refund. A restocking fee of $150 will be deducted from the refund amount. Then your refund will be processed and applied to your credit card or original method of payment.

Wrong Ring Size: Providing correct ring size is the buyer's responsibility. In most cases rings could be resized up or down depending on design. In case you got the ring size wrong,  you can ask your local jeweler to resize it for you. Or we can do it for you for $150, which includes resizing fee and shipping labels both ways.

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