Eye Of The Beholder Ring

£389.00

Atop this ‘Eye of the Beholder’ band ring adorned with intricate CZ gems etching. Handcrafted eye-catching Swiss blue topaz surrounded in a delicate 9 carat gold bezel.

Perfect for gifting or adding to your own collection as a future heirloom piece. Style it alongside other vibrant gemstone rings for a colour-rich curation that’s truly unique to you.

Metal Purity: 9k gold, Sterling Silver 925
Main Stone: Swiss Blue Topaz
Band Width mm: 3.3

Gemstone size: 12mm

Blue Topaz

Although most natural topaz is actually colorless, ancient lovers of gemstones assigned the name to almost any yellow and brown gemstone. The name itself likely comes from an island in the Red Sea, which the Greeks called Topazos (it’s now named Zabargad). The stone we modernly call “topaz” was never found on Topazos, but other gems–called “topaz” by ancient peoples without mineralogy–certainly were.

The topaz is one of the stones reportedly set in the breastplate of the Hebrew high priest. The ancient Greeks thought that topaz gave them strength. During the middle ages, people thought topaz could break magic spells.

Blue topaz is one of the accepted modern birthstones for December.

Topaz is considered a mellow, empathic stone that soothes, heals, recharges, and re-centers its wearers. Associated with compassion and communication, it’s a preferred stone to wear for “building bridges” between people. Blue topaz, in particular, is believed to promote truth and forgiveness, relaxing the spirit as well as the body. Those who use meditation advocate it as a splendid stone for attuning to their higher self.

Topaz of any color is often used to strengthen emotional support, stabilizing the emotions, and making the wearer receptive to love from every source. It is believed to unburden the soul of arrogance and calmly verbalize in emotional situations.

Topaz is currently found in Brazil, Nigeria, Australia, Myanmar, and Mexico.

SILVER

A malleable material, which can often be found – along with copper, lead, and gold – in rocks. It is most commonly found in Mexico, Canada, Peru, and the United States. The most outstanding feature of silver is its lustre, which – when untarnished – can give a brilliant white shade. In ancient times, silver was valued more highly than gold. Its name comes from the Anglo-Saxon word Seolfer but it’s also related to the German word Silber and the Dutch word Zilfer. Its chemical symbol, Ag, derives from the Latin word for silver, Argentum. Sterling silver contains 92.5% silver with the remainder being copper and a nominal amount of other base metal.

GOLD

The most malleable and ductile of all metals. Due to its softness, gold is often alloyed with other base metals. The carat is the indicator of the amount of gold present in an item/piece, with 9ct being the lowest amount and 24ct being the highest. Gold is of yellow colour when in mass, although when finely divided it can be found in shades of black, ruby and even purple. It is found in seawater, although even in these modern times, no economic process has been designed to extract it from its source. The primary use of gold throughout the world still remains currency, considered so valuable that we measure all other values by it.

Our jewellery is bespoke and made to order. Each piece is handcrafted with meticulous care. The silver and gold components are of the best quality and are custom made. We use natural gemstones, each piece of our jewellery is unique. Gemstones may have a subtle difference in colour and formation.

Explore the dazzling unique range of high-quality, superb jewellery collections are made by our dedicated jewellery designers in a variety of exquisitely sophisticated and enchanting designs. Choose from a wide variety of alluring styles, including a choice selection of rings with gold embellishments. Limited edition rings set with semi-precious stones, necklaces, earrings and more.

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Eye Of The Beholder Ring. Gorgeous Swiss blue topaz set on 9 carat gold with a sterling silver band Skylight Swiss Blue Topaz Ring

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Weight 8 g
Dimensions 3.3 × 9.5 mm
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