Atop this set of stackable rings sits a 6mm round amber cabochon and the stone itself is just beautiful, with vibrant tones of yellow and golden brown. A very substantial history-holding stone, with good color and matrix, this is a sure keeper!
Amber brings a light-hearted freedom, good luck and happiness. Amber contains strong vibrations that purify and cleanse the whole being.
-2 Handcrafted, hammered Sterling silver bands in 16GA wire;
-2 Handcrafted, smooth Sterling silver bands in 16GA wire;
-2 sterling silver hand forged beaded bands in 14GA wire;
-1 handforged sterling silver beaded band in 14GA wire with a natural Baltic Amber cabochon;
-Gemstone weight is not given for amber, the cabochon is 6 mm, set in a serrated bezel;
- Sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, half and quarter sizes well
- Measures approximately 3/4"W
- Hand Made by me in my home studio in The Netherlands.
**The ring pictured above is not the exact one that you will receive, but it will be the same design. Note that there may be slight variations due to the nature of handmade. The amber will also be slightly different due to the fact that it is natural and not man-made.**
- I use recycled sterling silver from an eco-conscious company.
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We also believe in responsible and mindful fabrication by incorporating eco-conscious practices in the process of metalsmithing. Whenever possible we replace commonly used chemicals with natural products. We also use recycled/reclaimed precious metals in all of our designs. These metals share the same exquisite beauty of mined precious metals but are recycled and eco-friendly.
Sterling silver, like many metals, is in a continuous flux which reflects it's environment. As the metal is exposed to the atmosphere, a reaction occurs which causes darker oxides to develop on it's surface. This process is sometimes called patination. Using a variety of different processes, the metalsmith can hurry this process along. In the case of the spiral earrings above, the background is aged to resemble a primitive artifact. The raised area is then re-polished to highlight the design.
The best care for these stackable birthstone rings is 'do nothing'. Think of them as the metallic equivalent of a cactus plant. NEVER use a chemical dip, or treated polishing cloth on them. Just let them stay on their natural continuum- reflecting their environment. You might occasionally 'go crazy' and rub the raised design to enhance the highlighted effect, but that is about all you should allow yourself. Wearing them is sufficient care.