A stunning Aquamarine statement ring, created with a 14.75mm diameter high dome faceted aquamarine, set in fine and sterling silver on a 3.8mm wide, 2.6mm thick hammered sterling silver band. US size 5.75. Ready to ship. Sorry, this ring can't be resized to be smaller, but please message me if you need a different size - I have similar stones and could make you something similar.
Aquamarine represents happiness, hope and everlasting youth. In ancient times, aquamarine was thought to protect those at sea. It was believed to make sailors fearless and safe from adversaries on the open waters. As far back as 480 BC, aquamarine was considered to be the treasure of the mermaids because its ability to protect increased when immersed in water. Today, aquamarine is still thought to bring protection to those at sea and is a popular gift among ocean travellers. On land, it is believed to have soothing effects on couples, helping them to work through their differences and ensure a long and happy marriage. It is also considered to be the stone of courage and preparedness and is believed to help maintain balance and order. Aquamarine is often used as a ''good luck'' stone, thought to bring feelings of peace, love, joy, happiness, harmony and balance to those who wear it. If you dream of aquamarine, it is said that you will make new friends, and wearing earrings of aquamarine is thought to bring love and affection into your life. Aquamarine is the birthstone for Pisces (March) as well as Aries, Taurus, Gemini, Libra, Scorpio and Aquarius.
Silver is closely linked to the moon and is a metal of clear light, the psychic mind, loving and healing, wisdom, self-control and reflection. It is said to have calming and cleansing properties while amplifying the energy of any gemstone it comes in contact with. It also symbolizes wealth and prosperity.
Please note that this stone has natural inclusions that show up on the surface of the stone. This is ok and is part of the natural beauty of the stone. I am working with Mother Nature and natural stones, therefore exact sizes, shapes and colours vary. I take my photos in natural light to capture the true colour of my pieces. However various computer screens may change the colours.