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Kashmir Blue Lab Sapphire: Round Diamond Cut

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  • Kashmir blue 8mm diamond cut round
  • Customer photo : 8mm diamond cut Kashmir in customer's own ring.
  • Customer photo : 8mm diamond cut Kashmir in customer's own ring.
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$179.25
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Product Description

Kashmir Blue Sapphires, Lab Grown, in Round, Diamond Cut - real sapphire, not colored CZ.

A sample grading report is shown below to highlight the details and quality:

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  1. JUST STUNNING!

    By Jen on February 15th, 2012

    I had an 8mm round diamond cut Kashmir stone set into a beautiful reproduction fishtail setting and it is amazing. The color, the depth, the sparkle (yes, it sparkles!) is incredible. I was very nervous about how this stone would look, but it's worth every penny. It is the most amazing shade of blue I've ever seen. I will definitely use BTD to purchase more Avarra lab stones in the future. These stones are head and shoulders above typical mall store labs. GORGEOUS!!! I have a dark inky natural sapphire three stone ring and it's flat out ugly compared to this beauty!!!


  2. Just beautiful!

    By Unknown on June 1st, 2010

    I am the owner of the Kashmir stone/ring in the pictures here, and thought a review would be in order!

    This stone is just spectacular. It is an amazing, rich, true blue.

    The diamond cut really allows for some very interesting facet play in all lights. It is the most vibrant electric blue in the sun, however, I find it still has personality in all lights. Where most sapphires would "black out", or where other stones don't have enough light to reflect, it still shows it's "blues". It is never glassy as some lab-created sapphires can be. It really can stand on its own.

    I am sure the sapphire cut is lovely...but the diamond cut is certainly unique. It reminds me of some of the stones cut by some of the precision gem cutters out there.

    I cannot say how "true" to a real Kashmir stone is. A genuine Kashmir stone is incredibly rare and also incredibly expensive - at larger sizes almost impossible to ever even see. But, I do know it is an incredible, comforting, and lively, blue. And I would either never have found a sapphire so beautiful, or never been able to afford it.

    I get positive comments on it all the time, even from those who see beautiful gemstones on a regular basis. It definitely stands out in a sea of diamonds and poor-quality (even natural) sapphires.

    I liked it so much, I decided to order the stone in a larger size to put in my ring!




Most Helpful Customer Reviews

  • JUST STUNNING!

    By Jen on 15th Feb 2012

    I had an 8mm round diamond cut Kashmir stone set into a beautiful reproduction fishtail setting and it is amazing. The color, the depth, the sparkle (yes, it sparkles!) is incredible. I was very nervous about how this stone would look, but it's worth every penny. It is the most amazing shade of blue I've ever seen. I will definitely use BTD to purchase more Avarra lab stones in the future. These stones are head and shoulders above typical mall store labs. GORGEOUS!!! I have a dark inky natural sapphire three stone ring and it's flat out ugly compared to this beauty!!!


  • Just beautiful!

    By Unknown on 1st Jun 2010

    I am the owner of the Kashmir stone/ring in the pictures here, and thought a review would be in order!

    This stone is just spectacular. It is an amazing, rich, true blue.

    The diamond cut really allows for some very interesting facet play in all lights. It is the most vibrant electric blue in the sun, however, I find it still has personality in all lights. Where most sapphires would "black out", or where other stones don't have enough light to reflect, it still shows it's "blues". It is never glassy as some lab-created sapphires can be. It really can stand on its own.

    I am sure the sapphire cut is lovely...but the diamond cut is certainly unique. It reminds me of some of the stones cut by some of the precision gem cutters out there.

    I cannot say how "true" to a real Kashmir stone is. A genuine Kashmir stone is incredibly rare and also incredibly expensive - at larger sizes almost impossible to ever even see. But, I do know it is an incredible, comforting, and lively, blue. And I would either never have found a sapphire so beautiful, or never been able to afford it.

    I get positive comments on it all the time, even from those who see beautiful gemstones on a regular basis. It definitely stands out in a sea of diamonds and poor-quality (even natural) sapphires.

    I liked it so much, I decided to order the stone in a larger size to put in my ring!


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