Volcano travels back in time to create impossible rings
The 1920s meets the 1980s for stunning rings rich in history & romance
So how does a volcanic treasure from 1980 end up in an 1920s-inspired Art Deco ring? There's some kind of crazy magic going on here. But who are we to question miracles?
When the once-slumbering Mount St. Helens in the Pacific Northwest erupted on May 18, 1980, it was one of nature's most impressive displays of power. But even more impressive was the secret the volcano revealed. When cleaning after the eruption, it was discovered that, when heated, the elements in the volcanic rock would fuse creating stones of spectacular colors –– even more lustrous than emeralds and sapphires.
This ring showcases this splendid creation in an Art Deco design. Together, these two icons are truly spectacular. The price is pretty stunning too.
- 1 4/5 ctw
- Rhodium-finished .925 Sterling silver setting
- (1) round 5.5mm blue Helenite
- (4) round 3.5mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative, Diamondaura"
- (4) round 2.5mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative, Diamondaura"
- (8) round 2mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative, Diamondaura"
- (10) round 1mm "The Ultimate Diamond Alternative, Diamondaura"
- Design 25mm L, 19mm W,
- Sits 5mm Height
- 4.6 grams
- Available in sizes 5-10
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