Long and lean rustic greens and blue all natural turquoise, skillfully cut and fitted to create a gorgeous ring. Sterling detailing is the perfect compliment to the olive to bright greens. The shape of this ring really elongates the fingers and sits beautifully on your finger.
This opal variety is termed "dendritic" due to its internal collection of dendrites. Dendrites are fern-like inclusions of iron, manganese, or other metallic oxides that create bold patterns within the gem. Typically these opals are white, yellow, blue, green or pink and show the black inclusions well.
Canyon Floral Southwestern Inlay Ring. New ring with a Old southwestern eclectic style. Stones include Turquoise, Lapis and Coral. Canyon Floral Southwestern Inlay Ring has a unique Sterling Silver band.
This authentic Turquoise inlay ring was crafted using time-honored techniques that are an art form. The silver smith and inlay stone cutter create one-of-a-kind pieces using hand tools and techniques that rely on imagination, skill and patience, hours of labor and skill. The silver work is wonderfully detailed with dozens of drops of sterling surrounding the artfully cut Turquoise.
Bluest Day Turquoise Inlay Ring USA Artist Made. Size: 9
Bright blue turquoise ring. All hand inlayed in sterling silver, the raised turquoise stones add a very artistic element to the look. Oxidized insets lend depth and contrast for the Turquoise gemstone note the tiny star on each side. Barreling Blue Turquoise Ring USA made. Sterling Silver.
Darkened Sterling Silver accompanied by Tiny Cubic Ziconia stars cavort around an authentic meteorite square that has been topped with quartz
Some 800,000 years ago, a massive extraterrestrial iron mass fell from the sky in what is now the northernmost part of Sweden. A huge explosion likely fractured the meteorite upon entering the earths atmosphere, scattering pieces in the northern Taiga. Our meteorite pieces are from this meteorite strewn field, named Muonionalusta. It was discovered by humans in 1906 in Kiruna (Sweden), close to the polar circle.