This is a ring I made early this year, 2022. I have been tinkering with this design over the past few years off and on, taking inspiration from medieval ring designs and then mixing that with a futuristic space-age idea-ha! I like to call the rings set with bullet cabochons Power Point Rings. I see them as empowering talismans.
To make the original model for the band, I used the ancient technique of cuttlefish casting. I then had a mold made of that and created additional wax models so that I can tweak each band to suit every additional ring made. This means that each ring ends up being unique as the final ring is influenced by the cut and shape of each gemstone chosen, and the precious metal I cast it in.
This particular ring is cast in solid sterling silver and set with a 6mm round, genuine blue-green Tibetan Turquoise bullet cabochon. The ring is US size 5.5. The band is approximately 3mm wide with an approximate depth of 2mm. It weighs 2.9 grams. The Tibetan turquoise bullet measures approximately 9mm tall.
Tibetan turquoise is known as the "Sky Stone". It is thought to offer protection to its wearer and is often given as a token of love to bring happiness and good fortune.
Please note: Turquoise jewelry should be cleaned using only warm soapy water and rubbed dry with a soft clean cloth. It should never be cleaned using steam, chemical solvents, or ultrasonic cleaners.
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