The Sharbat Gula – The Transformation Collection Unheated Sapphire Ring


This beautiful ring is named in honor of Sharbat Gula. Sharbat is the Afghani girl with piercing eyes captured on the June 1985 Cover of National Geographic. We chose her because this haunting image has long represented all women and refugees affected by the ongoing struggles in this region and throughout the world. Read more about Sharbat in below link from 12/ 12/ 2017. Sadly, as of today, the whereabouts of Sharbat and her family are unknown.

The gorgeous piercing sapphire weighs 7.77 carats and is set in our east – west Magdelina mounting with 6 claw prongs in a gorgeous heavy matte finish gold. This beautiful handmade ring is stamped “18K” and is ready for everyday wear and love. The stone comes with the original AGL certificate. We did since recut the stone for better brilliance.

A portion of the sale of this ring will be donated to to aid those affected by the crisis in Afghanistan.

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Additional information


Unheated Sapphire, Yellow Gold




Sapphire measures approximately 11.4 x 9.5 x 8 mm

Ring Size

Size 6


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This item has been professionally cleaned and is ready for immediate wear.

Each item has been identified and graded by a Graduate Gemologist who has been certified by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).

Refund policy

If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, you may return it for a refund, minus a 10% restocking fee, or a store credit for 100% of your purchase price, within two weeks (14 days) of receipt.  Refunds or store credits will only be made for items that are sent back in original condition. No refunds will be issued for items that have been sized, adjusted, personalized or otherwise altered either prior to or after purchase. Pieces bought on layaway can only be returned for store credit. Return shipping costs are the responsibility of the returner. Please send your returns with insurance and tracking, as we cannot be responsible for items that are lost or uninsured in transit.  Customs forms must be labelled as “merchandise returns” and we reserve the right to deduct any customs duties incurred for returns from refunds or store credits from items returned from outside the USA.