“Fire Agate” is surrounded by a 22k gold bezel set on an Argentium back plate and sterling ring band: adjustable ring size 6.5 to 9.5. Locked inside this coveted crystal are fiery embers of blazing light. Fire Agate has a translucent deep reddish-brown base, with flashes of orange, red, green and gold that appears as living flames within the gem. Rarer than diamonds, emeralds or rubies – thus deserving of its place in The Uncommon Collection, these all-natural gemstones are found only in certain areas of Arizona, northern Mexico, and other parts of the Southwest and were formed millions of year ago during massive volcanic activity. Fire Agates are thought to promote inner stability, composure, and maturity and its energy stimulates a zest for living.
“Charoite Stone” is surrounded by a fine silver bezel set on an Argentium back plate and sterling ring shank: adjustable ring size 6.5 to 9.5. Unnaturally beautiful, the signature swirling patterns in hues of purple and a pearly luster highlight the splendor of Charoite Stone – one of the most distinct gemstones to recently arrive in today’s market. So uncommon that it has been found in only one place in the world: the remote Yakutia, in Siberia, Russia – a remote region famous for its spectacularly cold climate – which may make it somewhat difficult to obtain due to Russian exporting regulations. Charoite is a spiritual stone of inspiration and power.
“Amethyst Cabochon” is surrounded by a 22k gold bezel on an Argentium back plate and sterling silver ring shank: adjustable ring size 6.5 to 9.5. Used in high-end designer jewelry and ranging in color from deep purple to pale, Amethyst is one of the most prized semi-precious gemstones of all time. The most popular varieties of this gem are found in Africa and South America. Recognized as the birthstone of those born in February and under the star sign of Aquarius, Amethyst is considered a meditative and calming stone which helps to promote calm, balance, and peace.
“Sunstone Cabochon” is surrounded by a 22k bezel set in an Argentium back plate and sterling ring shank: adjustable ring size 6.5 to 9.5. Surprising and fascinating, Sunstone transmits uncommonly bright metallic flashes that occur in the eye of the observer known as the optical phenomenon “aventurescence”. Specimens of sunstone that catch the light well are usually cut en cabochon as is this one. Tilt it back and forth to catch the light which produces delightful reflections that increase the desirability of the stone. Not often seen in jewelry stores, Sunstone is popular with innovative jewelry designers and while it can be found around the world, the most famous sunstone deposits in the United States are located in Oregon where “Oregon Sunstone” was declared the “state gemstone”. Once known as a stone of good luck, Sunstone is known for its powerful connection to the light and power of the sun and can help your personal power to “shine.”