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Cascade Round Profile Wedding Ring | Sapphires

$1,053 USD
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    Rose Gold

    An alloy of gold and copper, Rose Gold is recognisable for its warm, peach-toned hue that complements a vast range of skin tones and designs. An uniquely coloured metal, existing somewhere between white gold’s stark brilliance and yellow gold’s classicism, Rose Gold is a romantic option for engagement and ceremonial styles.

    The Rose Gold used for our creations is 70 per cent is recycled Australian gold, with 30 per cent newly mined. Of the latter, 86 per cent is confirmed Australian mined, the remaining being blended (used for clasps, earring backs, findings etc).

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    White Gold

    With its bright, silvery-white, lustrous surface, White Gold is a cherished metal for jewellery and other keepsakes. Created by combining pure gold with other metals, its modern and sophisticated expression wears beautifully across different skin tones.

    70 per cent of the gold that we use is recycled Australian gold, with 30 per cent newly mined. Our White Gold is rhodium plated – an industry-standard process whereby the natural colour of the metal is plated in a thin layer of rhodium (a naturally white metal), to evoke a luxurious hue that is consistent no matter the carat, and is reapplied annually.

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    Yellow Gold

    A classic and timeless metal, yellow gold is revered for its rich, vibrant hue. Courtesy of its warm and luxurious appearance, many cultures historically imagined gold to represent the sun, and its durability makes it a preferred material for ceremonial pieces.

    70 per cent of the gold that we use in our creations is recycled Australian gold, with just 30 per cent newly mined. Of the latter figure, 86 per cent is confirmed as Australian mined, and the remaining 14 per cent is blended. We harness this blended portion predominantly for our clasps, earring backs and findings.

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    White Diamond

    COLOUR: White REPRESENTS: Inner Strength, Clarity & Everlasting Love MOHS HARDNESS: 10

    Regarded as the world’s most sought-after gemstone, Diamond is a mineral that is formed deep within the earth’s crust and is one of the hardest substances known to humankind, making it a historically popular choice for everyday wear, and engagement and ceremonial jewellery. Renowned for their brilliance, fire, and durability, Diamonds are celebrated as the stone of love, embodying everlasting affection, friendship, purity and inner strength.

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    Sapphire

    COLOUR: Rich, Dark Blue REPRESENTS: Truth, Nobility & Faithfulness MOHS HARDNESS: 9

    September’s birthstone, Sapphire, is one of the world’s most popular gemstones; sought out for its signature blue hue (though it can be found in other colors such as pink, yellow, and green). A variety of the mineral corundum, Sapphire’s extreme durability (second only to diamonds) makes it a long-lasting gemstone believed to promote wisdom, truth, and spiritual insight. Symbolising nobility and faithfulness, Sapphires have been historically favoured by royalty.

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Garnet

January

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Garnet

COLOUR: Intense Red REPRESENTS: Love, Friendship, Energy & Passion MOHS HARDNESS: 7.5 Characterised by its deeply concentrated hue, Garnet is a romantic gemstone often used in energy work and mediation – courtesy of its promotion of love, passion and energy. An intense red stone that is often gifted to symbolise a second anniversary, the word ‘Garnet’ derives from the Latin word ‘granatus’, meaning grain or seed, and is thought to nod to the red seeds of a pomegranate.

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Amethyst

February

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Amethyst

COLOUR: Violet REPRESENTS: Cleansing, Protection & Inspiration MOHS HARDNESS: 7 Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz whose colour can range from pale lilac to deep purple, and it is often found occuring in geodes or clusters. As February’s birthstone, Amethyst is sought out to promote calmness, balance, and spiritual growth – it is often used in energy work and meditation – and in many cultures it is relegated to sacred status. A revered gemstone, Amethyst’s durability makes it a popular choice for jewellery personalisation.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Aquamarine

March

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Aquamarine

COLOUR: Light Blue REPRESENTS: Happiness, Hope & Everlasting Youth MOHS HARDNESS: 8 Derived from the Latin word for ‘sea water’, March’s birthstone, Aquamarine, embodies its moniker in both colour and energy. Ranging in hue from pale blue-green to deep blue, Aquamarine is often associated with the ocean and the calming qualities of water. A variety of beryl, it is harnessed to promote clarity, courage, and communication, and its durability allows for artful integration across different jewellery pieces. Aquamarine’s historical use is widely documented, with Ancient Egyptians and Sumarians believing it to be a symbol of happiness and eternal youth, and Ancient Romans using it to enhance the happiness of marriages.

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Diamond

April

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Diamond

COLOUR: White REPRESENTS: Inner Strength, Clarity & Everlasting Love MOHS HARDNESS: 10 Regarded as the world’s most sought-after gemstone, Diamond is a mineral that is formed deep within the earth’s crust and is one of the hardest substances known to humankind, making it a historically popular choice for everyday wear, and engagement and ceremonial jewellery. Renowned for their brilliance, fire, and durability, Diamonds are celebrated as the stone of love, embodying everlasting affection, friendship, purity and inner strength.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Emerald

May

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Emerald

COLOUR: Pure Green REPRESENTS: Loyalty, Peace & Balance MOHS HARDNESS: 8 Known for its exquisite green colour, Emerald is a variety of the mineral beryl. It is formed deep within the earth's crust and characterised by its inclusions – natural patterns that referred to as the Emerald’s ‘jardin’ (the French word for ‘garden’). The stone’s verdant attributes evoke notions of rebirth and renewal, and they are found in many locations around the world. Emeralds’ relative softness requires delicate wear and handling, though their brilliant shading and promotion of wisdom and creativity make them luxurious exemplifications of life in bloom.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Alexandrite

June

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Alexandrite

COLOUR: Green in Natural Light & Reddish-Purple in Artificial Light REPRESENTS: Creativity, Good Fortune, & Love MOHS HARDNESS: 8.5 Alexandrite is a rare, highly prized and mysterious gemstone, known for its remarkable colour-changing properties; it appears green in natural light and reddish-purple in artificial light. A variety of the mineral chrysoberyl, its appeal dates back to the legends of Russia which suggested that those who wore Alexandrite received the many benefits imbued within the stone including good fortune, love and good luck. It is found in relatively few locations around the world, and its creative and intuitive attributes are believed to stimulate balance between the physical world and the spiritual realm.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Ruby

July

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Ruby

COLOUR: Vivid Red REPRESENTS: Love & Passion MOHS HARDNESS: 9 A beautiful red gemstone whose genesis is the mineral corundum, Ruby is one of the most valuable gemstones in the world and is prized for its vivid red colour and excellent hardness. Rubies are historically prized stones, adorned by royalty throughout the ages and harnessed by warriors in Ancient Myanmar who believed that implanting a ruby into their flesh would make them invincible in battle. Rubies are believed to promote passion, courage, and vitality and are a popular gemstone for use in high-end jewellery collections.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Peridot

August

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Peridot

COLOUR: Naturally Light Green REPRESENTS: Strength MOHS HARDNESS: 7

Regarded as the ‘sun-gem’, Peridot is a distinctive green gemstone that is a variety of the mineral olivine. Occuring in a range of green colors – from pale yellow-green to vibrant lime green – Peridot is believed to promote abundance, happiness, and spiritual growth, and its vibrant shade is synonymous with peace and harmony. It is popularly known as the gem of compassion – a stone that makes all things new – and its relative softness means it is best suited for statement pieces and delicate wear.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Sapphire

September

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Sapphire

COLOUR: Rich, Dark Blue REPRESENTS: Truth, Nobility & Faithfulness MOHS HARDNESS: 9

September’s birthstone, Sapphire, is one of the world’s most popular gemstones; sought out for its signature blue hue (though it can be found in other colors such as pink, yellow, and green). A variety of the mineral corundum, Sapphire’s extreme durability (second only to diamonds) makes it a long-lasting gemstone believed to promote wisdom, truth, and spiritual insight. Symbolising nobility and faithfulness, Sapphires have been historically favoured by royalty, and the Sapphires, used throughout Natalie Marie Jewellery collections, are known for their markedly darker, dramatic tone.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Pink Tourmaline

October

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Pink Tourmaline

COLOUR: Delicate Pink REPRESENTS: Humanitarianism MOHS HARDNESS: 7.5 Known for its delicate blush colour, Pink Tourmaline is a variety of the mineral tourmaline and is found in many locations around the world. Symbolising love, compassion and emotional healing, Pink Tourmaline is often sought after for use in energy work and meditation and worn to promote sympathy towards others, improved listening and understanding. Traditionally exchanged between couples to mark an eighth wedding anniversary, Pink Tourmaline is a romantic stone for use in engagement and ceremonial pieces.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Citrine

November

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Citrine

COLOUR: Warm Yellow / Orange REPRESENTS: Positivity & Optimism MOHS HARDNESS: 7 A sundrenched colour characterises November’s birthstone: Citrine. Beloved for its warm yellow to orange hue, reminiscent of the sun, it is a variety of the mineral quartz and is often found in association with amethyst. The stone – whose name derives from the French word ‘citron’, meaning ‘lemon’ – is believed to promote calming, soothing energies, while bringing fortune and warmth to the wearer, and was often adorned by Emperor’s in Ancient China. Referred to as the ‘merchant’s stone’ throughout the Middle Ages, Citrine was once worn to attract wealth and prosperity.

Birthstone Addition | $130

Blue Topaz

December

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Blue Topaz

COLOUR: Bright Blue REPRESENTS: Communication & Action MOHS HARDNESS: 8 December’s birthstone, Blue Topaz, is a distinctive stone occurring in a spectrum of shades of blue – from pale sky blue to deep blue-green. Blue Topaz is formed from the mineral topaz, and is found in many locations around the world. Known as the ‘clarity stone’, it is believed that blue topaz stimulates open communication and action, opportunity, and symbolises deep, honest and genuine emotions and sentiments. Blue Topaz has historically been associated with great wisdom, with wearers believing the stone’s adornment to elicit success in their endeavour.

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The perfect pair for your personal duet with a touch of something blue, our classic Round Wedding Band is adorned with a half-band of sapphires in our cascade setting, designed to match our iconic shoulder set stone style, laced throughout the Una Engagement Ring collection.  

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