Rose Cut Aquamarine & Moonstone Ring - Size 11
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This handcrafted statement ring is a piece from Tides of Atlantis; a jewellery collection inspired by the beauty of the sea, the moon and legends of the Ocean through time. It features a beautiful piece of rose cut Aquamarine, paired with a stunning rose cut Moonstone that has the most delightful blue flash in the light. 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 11 (Australian size V 1/2).
Total Ring Face Length: 36mm approx.
Total Ring Face Width: 20mm approx.
♥ Ring Features:
⦁ Rose cut Aquamarine, ethically sourced from Brazil.
⦁ Rose cut Moonstone, ethically sourced from Sri Lanka.
⦁ 925 sterling silver split-shank ring band.
⦁ Thick 925 sterling silver backing.
⦁ 999 fine silver bezels around each stone.
⦁ 925 sterling silver shell and ball accents.
⦁ 925 sterling silver twisted trims.
⦁ Oxidised darker in parts for contrast.
⦁ Polished to a high shine.
⦁ Precious metals used are nickel-free.
⦁ Created by hand in Melbourne, Australia.
⦁ Crafted entirely from scratch, without machinery or ring moulds.
⦁ Created using traditional metalsmithing techniques (hammers, fire, anvil etc).
⦁ 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.
💎 AQUAMARINE LORE:
Aquamarine is a great stone for overcoming fear. It also aids discipline, perseverance and commitment. Aquamarine is also a wonderful stone for travel, or for trips on boats as it provides protection from the ocean.
The word Aquamarine comes from the Latin word 'Aqua Marinus' which means 'water of the sea'. In history, it was believed to be the treasure of mermaids, and was used by sailors as a talisman of good luck.
💎 MOONSTONE LORE:
Rich in historical significance, Moonstone was admired by the Romans for over 2000 years, as they believed it was born from solidified rays of the moon. Hindu legend also links its formation to the moonbeams, and it was used by the Ancient Greeks in jewellery and religious ceremonies. It has used even longer in the Orient and has always been a sacred stone in India with a special significance for lovers and is a traditional wedding gift there. It was a popular choice for jewellers in the Art Nouveau period, and in Europe was believed to reconcile estranged lovers and to cure sleeplessness.
Perhaps one of the most beautiful things about Moonstone is its adularescence, which is the name for the unearthly sheen of colour that moves under the stone's surface, creating a semblance of moonlight glimmering in water.
Legendary as 'The Traveller's Stone,' Moonstone is great for protection at night or on the water. It is a great stone to keep during a first love or any new relationship. It helps creativity, confidence and self-expression, and helps its wearer be more successful in their day to day working activities. It is also said that moonstone brings good fortune and abundance to those who wear it. Full of feminine energy, Moonstone is a perfect stone to help with fertility, childbirth, mothering and nurturing in general.