This year’s summer jewellery trend is all about the colour pink, from bright vibrant pink sapphires, pinkish rubies, pink tourmalines and peachy pink morganites.  Coloured gemstones are a great way to add some fun, glamour and pizazz to your everyday look.

What colour are Sapphires?

Sapphires are commonly thought to be blue; the most desirable blue sapphires are royal blue. However, sapphires can be any colour, when they are red, they are named rubies. This is because rubies and sapphires are the same mineral group, Corundum.
Rubies are red due to the presence of chromium, and sapphires vary in colour depending on what transition metal is present.

Sapphires are a more durable gemstone than morganite. They are suitable for everyday wear as a ring, where as morganite should be worn with care. Both gemstones are suitable in earrings and pendants.

pink sapphire necklace
18ct white gold multi coloured sapphire and diamond necklace - £1650
Sapphire: 1.66ct  /  Diamond: 0.18ct

pink sapphire necklace

18ct white gold pink sapphire and diamond princess halo necklace - £695
Sapphire: 0.14ct  /  Diamond: 0.05ct
Matching earrings are available

pink sapphire ring

18ct white gold pink sapphire and diamond flower ring - £1650
Sapphire: 1.51ct  /  Diamond: 0.21ct
Matching necklace and earrings are available

peach sapphire

18ct white gold peach/pink sapphire and diamond ring - £2350
Sapphire: 1.43ct  /  Diamond: 0.34ct

We have a range of silver and cubic zirconia jewellery by DiamonFire that offers a low price alternative to sapphires. The necklace below is £89, with matching earrings available.


Pink sapphires look great set in white, rose and yellow metals. They have become an increasing popular alternative gemstone for engagement rings.

Princess Eugenie's engagement ring features a centre rare type of sapphire, named padparadscha, which is pink-orange in colour. It is said to be 9x11mm surrounded by brilliant cut diamonds with two pear cut diamonds leading to its gold shank.


Hollywood actress Blake Lively is also reportedly a fan of the colour pink, as seen below, her oval cut light blush pink diamond engagement ring in rose gold.

Blake Lively

Below are a few more example of actors and singers wearing their stunning pink jewellery.

From top to bottom: Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Zoë Kravit.

Katy Perry

Lady Gaga
Zoë Kravitz