This Ring Stack is inspired by Artemis, the Greek Goddess of the Hunt, the Moon, and the Wilderness. It is comprised of three rings, crafted by hand with high-grade semi-precious stones, fine silver and sterling silver. These gems have been meticulously chosen and researched based on their history, connection to each other, and the metaphysical properties each stone has been said to hold both in the present day and in cultures throughout history.
The Artemis Ring Stack features a 5mm Chrysoprase on a 1.4mm ring band, a 5mm Citrine on a 2.5mm twisted band, and a 3mm Garnet on a 1.4mm ring band. To order, simply select your ring size from the drop down menu, and I will then create a ring stack especially for you. Like all my work, these rings are made entirely by hand, using recycled silver, environmentally friendly methods and cruelty-free materials. Each ring can either be stacked together or worn separately, making them the perfect little family to adorn your fingers and bring fortune into your life.
💛 Citrine from Madagascar: for attracting wealth and abundance and bringing luck to work and business.
💚 Chrysoprase from NSW, Australia: for removing obstacles to abundance, aiding innovation and bringing in wealth.
💗 Garnet from NT, Australia: for increasing strength & energy, removing negativity & making progress in ones endeavors.
★ Please Note: As these stacks are made to order, they take approximately 3 business days to create. The completed rings in the photos are a guide as to how each piece will look, but as each stone is natural, each finished stacking set will be unique and made especially for you. If you'd like to see examples of the variations in colour or patterns of each gemstone, you can peruse the other stacking rings I have on my website, or watch my Instagram stories, where I share videos of completed pieces daily before posting them out to their forever homes.
✨ The Goddess Artemis:
Artemis is the ancient Greek goddess of the hunt, the Moon and the wilderness. She is the daughter of Zeus and Leto, and the twin sister of Apollo. She was a protector, and watched over agriculture, animal herding, and the hunt. Because of this, the Ancient Greeks would pray to Artemis and leave her offerings in return for her ability to grant luck in their hunting and fishing, especially in rural communities where these endeavors were vital to their livelihood. She was also worshiped by the ancient Spartans, who would hold sacrifices in her honour before battles to guarantee their victory. In artistic representations, Artemis is usually shown as a strikingly beautiful woman holding a bow and arrow set. She was best friends with the mortal Orion, who she would hunt and compete with by day, and sit by fires and tell stories by night. After being tricked into accidentally killing Orion by her brother, she took his body and placed it in her silver moon chariot. She then placed him in the sky for all of eternity as a tribute to their friendship. There are two main symbols associated with Artemis, the bow and the pike, and her sacred animals include the bear, the deer, and the snake.