Top 30 Sapphire Engagement Rings Under $5000February 15, 2023 – Posted in: Jewelry Blog
Here at Estate Diamond Jewelry, we have a beautiful assortment of sapphire engagement rings that any bride would be happy to own. Our collection even includes sapphires as accent stones on aquamarine or diamond rings. So, if you’re interested in sapphire engagement rings under $5000, then read on for our top 30 picks.
The sapphire is the second-most popular engagement ring stone, right after diamonds. It’s no wonder, given that their beautiful blue color and luster are unparalleled. They’re an incredible option for women who want to wear jewelry that’s a little bolder and that stands out from the crowd.
1. Coply Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Coply Ring.
Starting off the list with something unique, the Coply Ring certainly stands out in the best way. This antique platinum on 18k yellow gold ring was handcrafted in France circa 1900. The center natural sapphire weighs approximately 0.80 carats while the accompanying diamonds are approximately 0.40 carats with J color and VS2-SI1 clarity ratings.
2. Amherst Ring
Price: $4,800. Learn more about the Amherst Ring.
If you want a sapphire-centered engagement ring with a diamond halo, then the Amherst Ring might be the right option for you.
The 1.16-carat sapphire has an Asscher cut and a deep blue color. The surrounding diamond halo is a lovely companion to the sapphire, while the triple-wire platinum shank and two fleurs-de-lis shoulders provide subtle ornamentation to compliment the face of the ring.
This is an incredible choice amongst our sapphire engagement rings under $5000.
3. Bonhomme Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Terre Ring.
If you’re interested in the alluring pink sapphire, then the Terre Ring has got you covered. The breathtaking 2.73-carat, oval-cut, natural pink sapphire is afforded great contrast by the surrounding diamonds and 18k yellow gold mounting. A total of 0.20 carats of round brilliant diamonds are pavé-set along the shoulders and down the visible part of the shank as well as the under-gallery.
4. Laguna Ring
Price: $4,500. Learn more about the Laguna Ring.
The Laguna Ring has clear Art Deco era inspirations, but it still finds its own unique style. The interesting design features a beautiful 2.99-carat cabochon sapphire as the central stone. Its setting is quite sophisticated, with baguette-cut diamonds found near each of the four prongs holding the sapphire. The sapphire certainly pops thanks to its deep color as well as the spectacular ornamentation surrounding it.
5. Villagio Ring
Price: $2,800. Learn more about the Villagio Ring.
The opulent Villagio Ring certainly knows how to draw attention. Featuring a 0.75-carat baguette cut center sapphire, this antique ring was handcrafted in platinum on 18k yellow gold circa 1900. Mine-cut diamonds comprise the rectangular halo and decorate the ring’s shoulders totaling 0.64 carats. The splendor of this ring is seemingly boundless.
6. Central Park Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Central Park Ring.
If you don’t want a sapphire as the center stone, but for the halo, then the Central Park Ring is a great ring to consider. It follows the Art Deco style, except that it’s more discrete and sophisticated. The round halo of natural sapphires weighs approximately 0.42 carats, while the antique old European-cut diamond is approximately 0.54 carats. Two smaller diamonds adorn each shoulder of the platinum ring.
A wonderful option amongst sapphire engagement rings under $5000 that showcases the popular combination of a central diamond with a halo of sapphires.
7. Amiens Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Amiens Ring.
If you’re looking for a pink sapphire, but want diamonds to make a significant appearance on the ring, then the charming Amiens Ring may be perfect.
This antique ring was handcrafted in silver on 14k yellow gold circa 1870 and features a 0.40-carat, oval-cut pink sapphire in the center. Surrounding the pink stone is a double halo of old mine-cut diamonds. Additional diamonds adorn the shoulders granting this ring an overall diamond weight of approximately 1.55 carats.
8. Mississippi Ring
Price: $4,800. Learn more about the Mississippi Ring.
If you really want your ring to shine, then the Mississippi Ring won’t disappoint you. Comprised of three layers, this sapphire engagement ring would look great on any future bride’s hand. The center Asscher-cut, 0.50-carat diamond is framed by two octagonal halos, the first is made up of French-cut sapphires and the other consists of diamonds totaling 0.22 carats.
9. Covelo Ring
Price: $3,000. Learn more about the Covelo Ring.
If she’s got a thing for sapphires, then the Covelo Ring is sure to please. Not only does this ring feature the more typical blue sapphires as side stones, but the center stone itself is a pink sapphire as well.
The round-cut pink sapphire weighs approximately 1.20 carats and is set in prongs. Meanwhile, the bezel-set, pear-cut blue sapphire accents weigh approximately 0.10 carats each. In addition, intricate hand engravings embellish the ring’s shank and under-gallery. Finally, the rounded shoulders feature leaf motif openwork decorations, elevating this ring’s beauty to new heights.
10. Woodlands Aquamarine Ring
Price: $3,900. Learn more about the Woodlands Aquamarine Ring.
The Woodlands Aquamarine Ring is slightly bulkier, therefore it’s best for the bold. Another sapphire-aquamarine-diamond combination, this engagement ring is for those who want their ring to feature a striking and elegant color contrast. The central stone is a natural aquamarine, weighing 1.00 carat. The inner halo is comprised of natural French-cut sapphires, and the third is of round brilliant diamonds.
11. Colorado Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Colorado Ring.
If you prefer sapphire engagement rings with round cuts, then take a look at the Colorado Ring. This engagement ring has not one, but two halos. The outer round halo features 0.40 carats of old European-cut diamonds, and the inner round halo features natural French-cut sapphires that weigh 0.70 carats in total. The center stone is a round 1.00-carat aquamarine, which has a lovely light blue hue.
A fantastic option for sapphire engagement rings under $5000, but at the benchmark closer to $4000 than $5000.
12. Claremont Ring
Price: $4,800. Learn more about the Claremont Ring.
Continuing the list with yet another aquamarine-centered ring with sapphire and diamond halos is the spectacular Claremont Ring. If you are a fan of this style and the woodlands ring’s shape, but prefer something a bit more delicate, then this is a great alternative.
The 1.97-carat, Asscher-cut center aquamarine is surrounded first by a French-cut sapphire halo, with a subsequent halo round brilliant diamonds. In addition, further round brilliant diamonds decorate the shoulders, bringing the overall diamond weight of this ring to approximately 0.51 carats. The final touches include openwork in the under-gallery, fine milgrain bordering the halos, and a triple-wire shank.
13. Kingwood Ring
Price: $4,500. Learn more about the Kingwood Ring.
If you’re finding some of these selections a bit over the top, then consider the Kingwood Ring as a more delicate option that won’t sacrifice quality. This ring features a 0.77-carat, old European-cut, Bezel-set, center diamond with a J color grade. The surrounding halo of French-cut sapphires totals approximately 0.51 carats. This platinum ring also features additional diamonds on its shoulders.
14. Tallis Aquamarine Ring
Price: $2,400. Learn more about the Tallis Aquamarine Ring.
Any fan of sapphires would love to have the Tallis Aquamarine Ring. Its stunning light blue-dark blue contrast would look fantastic on any hand. The center of the ring is adorned by a natural 1.00-carat aquamarine, which is surrounded by a French-cut calibre sapphire halo weighing approximately 0.40 carats. Not only that, but it features an additional three diamonds on each shoulder.
15. Elland Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Elland Ring.
The Elland Ring is truly magnificent. Featuring a center cluster of round brilliant diamonds surrounded by a double halo, this ring certainly has a presence on the finger. What’s more, the subtle floral shape of the ring’s face is complimented by the openwork designs decorating the gallery. The inner halo is comprised of natural French cut sapphires, while the outer halo features additional diamonds.
The diamonds are graded I for color and VS2 for clarity, and the overall carat weight of the diamonds and sapphires are 0.74 and 0.80 respectively.
16. Essonne Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Essonne Ring.
If you want sapphires to be incorporated in the engagement ring, but more so as a subtle detail, then the Essonne Ring is an option worth considering. Featuring a 3.99-carat emerald cut peridot, this engagement ring’s design was inspired by the Edwardian era. There are two French-cut sapphires on each side of the ring, along with old European-cut diamonds.
17. Chaseley Ring
Price: $4,500. Learn more about the Chaseley Ring.
If you were intrigued by the blue sapphire and greenish peridot combination of the Essonne ring, then consider this alternative option as well. The Chaseley Ring features a 3.72-carat emerald cut peridot framed by an octagonal sapphire frame. To top it off, two diamonds embellish the ring on each side. One might think that a blue-green combination is too bold, but it’s perfectly reminiscent of the Art Deco era.
18. Koi Ring
Price: $4,500. Learn more about the Koi Ring.
The Koi Ring is unlike anything else we have in our sapphire engagement ring collection. What makes it so special is that it’s shaped like a flower. A 1.51-carat rubellite serves as the central stone while its petals are made from a cluster of sapphires that together weigh 2.98 carats. What’s more, the ring is 18K white gold.
The blue-red combination is quite charming and makes this engagement ring look like it came out of a fairytale.
19. Fairbank Ring
Price: $5,200. Learn more about the Fairbank Ring.
The Fairbank Ring is perfect for those who appreciate wide-faced rings and want sapphires to make a subtle yet noticeable contribution.
The center stone is a 0.25-carat old European-cut diamond graded with J for color and VS1 for clarity. The calibre baguette sapphires appear in strips that emerge from each corner of the center stone, and extend to the edges of the ring. Finally, additional diamonds as well as openwork and fine milgrain decorate the remaining space on this ring’s face.
20. Cald Ring
Price: $4,500. Learn more about the Cald Ring.
The Cald Ring has an interesting combination of blue, green, and silver. The central stone is a 3.87-carat peridot with an emerald cut. This engagement ring also consists of two halos, the first one made from sapphires and the second one from diamonds. What’s more, even though it’s an engagement ring, it can also be worn as a cocktail ring.
21. Aspen Ring
Price: $3,800. Learn more about the Aspen Ring.
If you want a sapphire engagement ring that has genuine character and will capture the attention of everyone in the room, then take a look at the Aspen Ring.
It consists of three parts: the 1.00-carat Asscher-cut natural aquamarine central stone, the 0.70-carat French-cut sapphire halo, and the 0.40-carat second halo made from round-cut diamonds. While the aquamarine has a vivid teal color, the sapphires have a rich deep blue hue. Paired with the row of diamonds, it creates the perfect, discrete contrast.
22. Denver Ring
Price: $4,800. Learn more about the Denver Ring.
Continuing the pattern of aquamarine, diamond, and sapphire combination rings, the Denver Ring is a true beauty. In the center of the ring, a stunning aquamarine is definitely made to steal the show. This platinum ring also features a double halo, the inner of which is made from sapphires while the other is from diamonds.
23. Ellington Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Ellington Ring.
If you want a genuine vintage sapphire engagement ring, then the Ellington Ring should be on your radar. This ring was made circa 1950, and it shows in its bulky style. That being said it’s better suited for those who aren’t searching for a thin, discrete engagement ring.
The bezel-set oval-cut natural sapphire is enclosed by a round frame of brilliant-cut diamonds. The sapphire weighs 1.93 carats, and the diamonds 0.60 carats.
24. Modbury Ring
Price: $4,000. Learn more about the Modbury Ring.
The Modbury Ring is perfect for those wanting diamonds and sapphires arranged in a geometric design.
The center stone is an old European-cut diamond, but in this case, the ring’s beauty is really a sum of its parts. The surrounding French-cut sapphires are arranged in a horizontal marquise, with the surrounding diamonds continuing this formation but with rounded edges. Finally, more diamonds are found in the form of an inward-facing chevron on each side.
The center diamond and additional diamonds weigh 0.50 carats and 1.04 carats respectively.
25. Montrose Ring
Price: $3,500. Learn more about the Montrose Ring.
The Montrose Ring is similar to other rings on this list, that is to say, it features a sapphire halo. However, the difference here is that the center is a cluster of diamonds rather than a single one. Round brilliant diamonds adorn the shoulders and constitute the center cluster, while a 0.69-carat, French-cut sapphire halo completes this ring. The diamonds are H color, VS1 clarity, and weigh 0.70 carats overall.
26. Easton Ring
Price: $3,200. Learn more about the Easton Ring.
Perhaps the most interesting implementation of the aquamarine, sapphire, and diamond combination can be found in the Easton Ring.
What’s striking and unique here is the cohesive use of different shapes for each of the elements. The center aquamarine has an oval cut, while the surrounding French-cut sapphire halo is displayed as a starburst, and the outer halo of brilliant-cut diamonds takes on more of a floral shape. What’s more additional brilliant cuts adorn the shoulders.
The overall carat weights for the aquamarine, sapphires, and diamonds are 1.13, 0.90, and 0.16 respectively.
27. Tavira Ring
Price: $2,800. Learn more about the Tavira Ring.
The Tavira Ring was handcrafted in platinum circa 1925, making it an antique ring.
The center stone is a 0.45-carat, old European-cut diamond with J color and VS2 clarity grades. Strips of French-cut natural sapphires run above and below the center diamond and total 0.12 carats. The ring’s ornamentation is thorough and spectacular thanks to the leaf motif openwork found on the rounded, tapered shoulders. In addition, the shank is decorated with intricate hand engravings.
28. Bellport Ring
Price: $2,500. Learn more about the Bellport Ring.
Elegance is certainly found in this delicate platinum aquamarine engagement ring. The Bellport Ring incorporates channel-set, French-cut sapphires boldly on the shank and gallery. The center stone is a 1.24-carat aquamarine set in four prongs and with a round cut. What’s more, the open design allows for more of the aquamarine to be seen.
29. Thames Ring
Price: $2,600. Learn more about the Thames Ring.
For lovers of the color blue, the Thames Ring features a gorgeous combination of light blue and dark blue.
The center of the ring is a striking round-cut aquamarine that weighs approximately 1.00 carat. A round halo of natural French-cut sapphires surrounds the aquamarine, totaling approximately 0.54 carats. Interrupting the halo and continuing down the shoulders are stunning small diamonds. Finally, the under-gallery feature entrancing openwork patterns.
30. Alpine Ring
Price: $4,900. Learn more about the Alpine Ring.
The Alpine ring is stunning and certainly great for those who want a sapphire halo ring that’s special in a subtle way. That subtle trait is of course the marquise shape held by this ring, as well as its center diamond and sapphire halo. The diamond is approximately 0.63 carats while the natural calibre French-cut sapphire halo is approximately 0.50 carats.
Find the Perfect Sapphire Engagement Rings Under $5000
In conclusion, there’s no shortage of stunning sapphire engagement rings under $5000. As a symbol of love and elegance, sapphires are ideal gemstones for those who want a pop of color on their finger. Whether you’re looking for a central sapphire stone, a halo of sapphires, or more subtle appearances of the stone, you can definitely find it here.
If you have any questions about sapphire engagement rings, then please feel free to contact us. In addition, if you’d like to come to our store to see a particular sapphire engagement ring in person, then please don’t hesitate to schedule an appointment.