Sample Sale: Spiral Ring with Amethyst

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Sample Sale: Sizes 7 only

This ring incorporates a delicate swirl of silver emanating out from a sparkling gemstone, before wrapping back on itself as it falls around the side of the band. The Spiral ring is dainty and elegant when worn alone; but this slender stacking ring is designed to nestle closely with one or more accompanying bands.

This sparkly amethyst and sterling silver ring is handcrafted and ready to ship. Wear it by itself, or customize a stack of skinny bands and coordinating gemstone rings - the possibilities to mix and match are endless. 


In Greek mythology, the nymph Amethystos refused the attentions of Dionysus, the god of wine and intoxication. Thus, in ancient times, the gem which bears her name was believed to ward off drunkenness. It is also believed to increase intuition and psychic abilities, and is used in meditation to promote a clarity of vision and clear-thinking.
Because of amethyst's rich royal color, in medieval Europe it was associated with monarchs and the rich and powerful. Amethyst is a variety of quartz and occurs in shades ranging from lavender to deep violet.

Amethyst is the birthstone for February, as well as the traditional gift for a 6th wedding anniversary.

 

Inspiration: The "marvelous spiral" - spira mirabilis - the epitome of mathematics in nature. In geometry, a logarithmic spiral represents regular repeated growth. One of the wonders of the natural world is the way in which physics and mathematics leave their fingerprints so beautifully - as illustrated by the Golden Ratio spiral of sacred geometry. 


Materials: Sterling silver, natural amethyst
Size: 2mm band; 3.5mm gem

Available in Size 7 only for sample sale. Other sizes available made-to-order.

This item is ready-to-ship.
 

The rings in the Entwined Collection fit together like a puzzle; wear them as a set, and mix and match with other rings depending on your mood and outfit.  Want to add a ring and create your own stack?  See more Entwined Collection.

 


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