King's Manassa Turquoise Ring - Size 7

$73.00 USD

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This handcrafted features a beautiful piece of King's Manassa Turquoise that is the most wonderful teal colour with a golden caramel matrix. Like all my work, this ring is a complete one of a kind, made using recycled silver, cruelty-free materials, ethically sourced crystals and environmentally-friendly methods.

I have created this ring in a size 7 (Australian size N 1/2).

Total Ring Face Length: 18mm approx.
Total Ring Face Width: 12mm approx.

♥ Ring Features:
⦁ King's Manassa Turquoise.
⦁ 925 sterling silver 4.5mm double ring band.
⦁ Thick 925 sterling silver backing.
⦁ 999 fine silver bezel around the stone.
⦁ Polished to a high shine.
⦁ Silver is nickel free.

♥ Handcrafted:
⦁ Created by hand in Melbourne, Australia.
⦁ Crafted entirely from scratch, without machinery or ring moulds.
⦁ Created using traditional metalsmithing techniques (hammers, fire, anvil etc).

♥ Uniqueness:
⦁ A complete one of a kind piece.
⦁ All precious metals used have been recycled.
⦁ Each stone is handpicked and ethically sourced.
⦁ No chemicals are used in the creating process.
⦁ Each piece is created with respect and love for the Earth.

💎 KING'S MANASSA TURQUOISE LORE:
Turquoise is perhaps the oldest stone in man's history, the talisman of kings, shamans, and warriors. Among the Ancient Egyptians, Persians and Chinese, Aztecs and Incas of South America, and Native North Americans, Turquoise was sacred in its adornment and for power, luck, and protection.
Wearing Turquoise is said to bring strength, protection from harm, psychic sensitivity and good fortune. It is a symbol of friendship, aids wearers while traveling and brings peace to the home.
Kings Manassa turquoise is mined at Manassa in south central Colorado. It was originally called the Lickskillet Mine, and was one of the first Turquoise deposits found in Colorado and the Southwest as well. The Manassa mine is believed to first have been mined by the Anasazi / Ancient Pueblo Indians. It is known for its blue-green to green colour with a golden or brown, non-webbed matrix.

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