This Ring Stack is inspired by Demeter, the Greek Goddess of the Harvest & Agriculture. 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 Demeter Ring Stack features a 5mm Peach Moonstone on a 1.4mm ring band, a 5mm Citrine on a 2.5mm twisted band, and a 3mm Peridot on a 1.4mm 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 abundance, happiness and success into your life.
🧡 Peach Moonstone from Madagascar: for increased happiness, appreciation and acceptance, and for achieving your dreams.
💛 Citrine from Madagascar: for bringing sunshine and light into ones life, and for attracting abundance and success.
💚 Peridot from Arizona, USA: for emotional healing, increasing inspiration, promoting happiness and increasing prosperity.
★ 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 Demeter:
Demeter is the ancient Greek Goddess of the harvest and agriculture, and presides over grains and the fertility of the earth. Her powers could cause the trees to bear fruit, ensuring the success of rural farmers that would work the land. She was also considered to be a peaceful Goddess, seen by her worshipers as a maternal figure that could bring them good health and care. In epic poetry and Hesiod's Theogony, Demeter is the Corn-Mother, the goddess of cereals who provides grain for bread and blesses its harvesters. She was the daughter of Cronus and Rhea, and the sister of Zeus, Hera, Poseidon and Hades. One of her lovers was Iasion (a Cretan), to whom she bore Plutus, a god who was said to be the personification of abundance itself. Demeter was frequently associated with images of the harvest, including flowers, fruit, and grain. In texts throughout the ages, she is represented as beautiful and wise, holding a dove and dolphin, perhaps to symbolize her power over the land, the air, and the water. She was also sometimes pictured with her daughter Persephone. It is said that when Persephone was forced to spend one-third of the year in the Underworld with her husband Hades, Demeter's grief over missing her created the seasons; her sadness causing Winter, and her joy creating the Spring and Summer months when her daughter would return home.