Sterling Silver ring with Iolites, Aquamarines and Sapphires, white gold plated
Sterling Silver ring with Iolites, Aquamarines and Sapphires, white gold plated
Sterling Silver ring with Iolites, Aquamarines and Sapphires, white gold plated
Sterling Silver ring with Iolites, Aquamarines and Sapphires, white gold plated
Sterling Silver ring with Iolites, Aquamarines and Sapphires, white gold plated
Tezapsidis Jewellery

Sterling Silver ring with Iolites, Aquamarines and Sapphires, white gold plated

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A beautiful ring with several blue-ish precious stones,

Aquamarines, heart-shaped 0.20 ct baguette 0.10 ct,

Sapphires princess-cut 0.08 ct round 0.01 ct

Iolite marquise 0.20 ct 

Totally Handmade ring.

Your jewelry will come in a beautiful gift box, carefully shipped in a padded envelope.

Aquamarine's cool blue hues are reflected in its name, which comes from the Latin for sea water, crystals can grow to huge sizes, and are usually blessed with excellent clarity. Gem body colours range from greenish blue to blue - green in light tones. Like emerald, aquamarine is a member of the beryl species, the gem is March's birthstone.

For centuries, sapphire has been associated with royalty and romance. In ancient Greece and Rome, kings and queens were convinced that blue sapphires protected their owners from envy and harm. In folklore, history, art and consumer awareness, sapphire has always been associated with the colour blue. Its name comes from the Greek word sappheiros, which probably referred to lapis lazuli. Not all sapphires are blue, however. It's a variety of the same pieces as ruby - corundum - and any corundum that does not qualify as ruby is considered sapphire. Fancy sapphires come in violet, yellow, pink, orange, purple and intermediate hues. Sapphires can even be grey, black or brown.

Iolite gets its name from the Greek word for violet, and like that flower, its cool shades range from light to dark blue and violet. Its a transparent to translucent gem that is strongly pleochroic.This means that it shows different colors from different viewing angles.From some angles, blue iolite can actually appear colorless. This optical property allows the gem to act as a strong light polarizing filter, a feature that Viking navigators found useful. To locate the sun - and chart their position - on overcast days, they viewed the sky through a thin piece of Lolite.

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