Many brides-to-be adore the sapphire as a symbol of future betrothal just as much as a traditional diamond. But the Trinity knots in this design are the clear clues to her affection for Irish history and for the meaning that this history infuses into her present-day relationship. The lacings of these knots express the power of threeperhaps a prediction of a partnership that will evolve into a family or the significance of holy figures in a religious faith that will bind a woman and the love of her life in matrimony forever.
The rich blue of this sapphire would hint at the layered depths of the brides character her genuine desire to give herself fully with abandon to someone she loves and her approval of his pampering. She might find excuses to flash the dazzling gems on her hand more than usual tucking her hair behind her ear or gesturing in enthusiasm. She is certain to become the subject of exuberant congratulations.