To the moon and never back. Light moves across this raw gemstone like moonbeams glide across water. It's said that the Moonstone's mysterious aurora-like shimmer was formed from frozen moonlight.
Ombré Statement Ring
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Ombré Amethyst is a head turning statement ring
Ombré Amethyst is ethically and sustainably sourced from Thunder Bay, Canada, just north of Lake Superior. World famous for its distinctive, ancient Amethyst crystals, the mine has been family owned and operated for the past 50 years where the gems are exclusively and responsibly mined. The rugged, stunning, and wild country of Thunder Bay is known for its severe thunderstorms that roll through. The overwhelming rumble and cracks of the untamed storms can be heard echoing across the bay and throughout the forests, mountains and legendary volcanoes.
Amethyst has been cherished throughout history for its mythical powers. The lure of the Amethyst was valued at times as much as a Diamond. It was called the Gem of Fire, a precious stone, fierce and mystical.
Make a statement. Tell your story with Ombré Amethyst.
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This blue crystal is known as the gem of the mermaids, the aquamarine means “water and the sea.”
Ribbon Turquoise Ring
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Ribbon Turquoise, also known as Vein Turquoise is cut specially to give it a fascinating flowing river effect. Ethically and sustainably sourced from small, trusted families, this raw, untreated gemstone is native to the mines of Pilot Mountain and Crow Springs in Nevada, as well as King’s Manassa in Colorado.
Turquoise forms from a combination of minerals that are deposited in cracks and crevices of base rock. The combination of hydrated phosphate, copper and aluminum comes together revealing a completely natural gemstone of pure Earth wonder.
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