This listing is for a custom Kingman Turquoise ring, created from scratch from solid sterling silver!
To order, simply select the number of your favourite stone from the drop-down menu, and enter your ring size in the text box above it. I will then make you your very own Gem & Tonik custom piece within three business days!
This particular ring design features a solid sterling silver 11 gauge (1.9mm) ring band, a thick sterling silver hand-sawed backing, and a fine silver bezel setting. The ring is then sanded smooth, set with your chosen piece of Kingman Turquoise, then polished to a high shine. Each piece is made entirely by hand using cruelty-free materials and environmentally friendly methods.
*Please note that the completed rings in the photos are a guide as to how each piece will look, but as each stone is different, each finished piece will be unique!
- Stone 1: 9mm x 8mm approx.
- Stone 2: 12mm x 7mm approx.
- Stone 3: 15mm x 14.5mm approx.
- Stone 4: 18mm x 13.5mm approx.
- Stone 5: 13mm x 8mm approx.
- Stone 6: 11mm x 9.5mm approx.
- Stone 7: 18mm x 13mm approx.
- Stone 8: 23mm x 14mm approx.
- Stone 9: 15mm x 8mm approx.
- Stone 10: 12.5mm x 10mm approx.
- Stone 11: 14mm x 9mm approx.
- Stone 12: 17mm x 16mm approx.
💎 KINGMAN 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.
The Kingman Turquoise Mine is one of the oldest and highest producing Turquoise Mines in America. It is located in the Acerbate Mountains 14 miles northwest of Kingman, Arizona in the United States. It was originally discovered well over 1000 years ago and was actually part of a Turquoise boom around 1000 AD when the Mayan culture was using a lot of Turquoise for self adornments and ceremonial items.