Diana - sapphire ring

The Diana ring is an exquisite piece featuring a stunning 1.55ct sapphire at its center, accented by a total of 0.12ct diamonds. Crafted in recycled14k gold, this ring embodies timeless elegance and sophistication, making it a perfect choice for special occasions or daily wear.


Metal Type & Color 

14K Yellow Gold     

Average Band Width 

1.8 mm 


Stone Type

Blue Sapphire

Stone Shape 

Cushion Cut

Stone Carat Weight 

1.55 CT



Stone Type  Natural Diamond 
Stone Weight 0.12 CTTW


We want everyone to have the perfect Cinderella fit. 

If you require a size other than what is available online, please use the note section when checking out to specify your size. We can accommodate resizing up or down 2-2.5 full sizes depending on the ring. There may be a sizing charge for some of our gold rings that need to be sized up. 

If you require a size beyond this range please contact us info@katcadegan.com or call in store: 250-683-9037

If you are unsure of your ring size, we recommend going to a jewellery store to have your size checked. If you are not able to make it to a jewellery store, you can order a free ring sizer HERE.

We understand that sometimes you realize you need your ring sized after wearing it for a while. We are happy to offer complimentary sizing for the first 6 months following your purchase. Sizing requests beyond the six month mark will be subject to a sizing fee. 

Please note:

  • If your ring was complimentary sized at the time of purchase, it is not eligible for an additional complimentary sizing. 
  • Once an in stock ring has been sized, it is considered final sale and can not be returned or exchanged. 
  • Resizing of rings by a goldsmith that has not been authorized by Kat Cadegan Jewellery will void the warranty. 


With a rating of 9 on the Mohs scale, sapphires fall just beneath diamonds, the hardest mineral known to man. Sapphire’s durability and hardness ensures that they are able to withstand daily wear and tear, making them an ideal choice for engagement rings and other jewellery worn daily.

Color Range & Varieties:

Sapphires are one of the few gemstones that come in a full spectrum of colours. The famed blue sapphires range from serene azure to deep royal blue. Pink sapphires range from delicate pastels to vibrant magentas, while yellow sapphires radiate in golden hues. Green sapphires offer shades from delicate mint to deep emerald, and orange sapphires offer lively tangerine to peachy tones. The purple sapphires span from soft lavender to profound purples, while colour-changing sapphires reveal different hues under varying lighting conditions. Star sapphires exhibit a star-like pattern, while Padparadscha sapphires offer a rare blend of pink and orange. Lastly, parti-coloured sapphires showcase a captivating mix of multiple colours within one gemstone.


Sapphires are mined around the world, with notable sources including Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Australia, Madagascar, and Montana, USA.


Sapphires maintain their stability with regular wear, and have great resistance to heat, light, and common chemicals.


The most prevalent treatment for sapphires is heat treatment, which enhances colour and clarity by subjecting the stone to high temperatures. This process can alter the stone's colour intensity and reduce visible inclusions, ensuring durability and beauty.

Irradiation is another treatment method that intensifies the blue and green hues of sapphires by controlled exposure to radiation.

Lattice diffusion introduces elements like beryllium or titanium into the sapphire's structure, altering its colour range. Beryllium diffusion specifically creates or enhances a variety of colours, including orange and yellow.

Some sapphires may undergo filling to improve clarity, filling surface-reaching fractures or cavities with a colourless substance. These filled sapphires should be handled with care to avoid damage to the filling material.

Spiritual Properties:

Sapphires hold spiritual significance, symbolizing wisdom, inner peace, and intuition. They are believed to stimulate mental clarity, enhance communication, and offer protection against negativity. Sapphires embody balance and harmony, aligning physical and spiritual realms, and connecting to higher truths. Their rich spiritual heritage resonates with those seeking divine connection and enlightenment

Kat Cadegan Jewellery is handcrafted with love and as such requires the proper care and attention. Wearing your pieces regularly is one of the best ways to prevent tarnishing. When you are not wearing your jewellery, it is important to keep your pieces properly stored. Rings should be kept in their ring boxes and sterling silver & bronze pieces should be stored in the plastic bag provided to reduce oxidation.

Over time- air pollutants, dust, perspiration, perfumes, and other natural elements can dull the lustre of metals and gemstones. We recommend using a soft polishing cloth to polish your pieces. You can also use a soft bristle toothbrush with warm soapy water to help to remove any residues that build up on the metal. If your jewellery has a matte finish, you may also use baking soda to help remove any residue.

The following guidelines will help you to maintain your jewellery in its original condition. If you find yourself thinking you should take your jewellery off- listen to that voice.


  • Follow the rule of last on, first off. 
  • Apply all of your lotions and potions and perfumes before putting on your jewellery 
  • Remove your jewellery prior to physical activity to avoid unnecessary stress or friction.
  • Remove jewellery before sleep.
  • Remove jewellery before swimming in chlorinated pools or hot tubs to avoid tarnishing and discolouration. The chemicals found in pools and hot tubs can be very damaging to your jewellery. 
  • Wipe your jewellery with a clean, soft cloth before returning it to storage to remove oils and dirt.
  • Use a polishing cloth to give your pieces a bright shine
  • Avoid oxidization (tarnishing) and scratching by storing your jewellery individually in the velvet pouches and ring boxes provided
  • Bring your jewellery in annually for a cleaning and inspection. This is a required part of our warranty. If you notice a stone moving, a prong catching or you’ve had an incident- don’t wait, bring your piece in for a check up. It’s always better to be safe than sorry. 

Do Not

  • Do not use cleaning solutions with abrasives or ammonia, as harsh chemicals can damage gemstones and metals. Warm soapy water with a soft bristle toothbrush is your best friend.
  • Do not garden, lift weights, change tires or kick box with your rings on.
  • Do not wet oxidized (blackened) or patina (blue & purple) Kat Cadegan jewellery pieces. The patina is a surface treatment and can be removed or damaged by water. If you make a mistake and get it wet- fear not, we can fix it for you. 

When in doubt, use common sense. If you think you shouldn’t have your jewellery on- take it off! 

If you have any questions, feel free to send us a message. We are always happy to help. 

At Kat Cadegan, we believe in the power of connection and the importance of sharing our passions. We handcraft pieces to celebrate life’s moments, to hold memories and to bring beauty into the world. With each piece we make, our goal is simple: to create heirlooms that will be treasured for generations to come.

Our gemstone pieces feature carefully selected stones,  sourced from trusted suppliers around the world. Each gemstone or diamond is chosen for its unique qualities, ensuring that every item is truly one-of-a-kind. While we may recreate certain styles, the natural variation of gemstones means that no two pieces are ever exactly alike. As a result, we do not restock identical rings, guaranteeing the distinctive nature of each creation.

In our photography and videos, we strive for authenticity to accurately represent gemstone colours. However, we acknowledge that differences in monitor or phone settings may affect how colours appear to you.

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