Fleur Gemstone Ring
Sterling silver ring set with
Available in Cognac Amber, Green Amber, Blue Paua Shell, Mother of Pearl, Pink Mother of Pearl, Blue Goldstone, Malachite, Jade, Amethyst, and Turquoise
Stone Measurement: 7mm x 9mm
The Amber used by Outrage jewellers originates in the Baltic, but it can also be found in small amount in the Caribbean. Amber is frequently used in pieces of jewellery and to decorate utensils and furniture. Ancient people believed the sun’s rays were trapped in Amber and that it helps with absent-mindedness and headaches.
Paua shell is formed from the inner nacreous shell of molluscs. It is the Maori name for edible sea snails. Paua shell is thought to strengthen and soothe the body, particularly helping with fertility and nurturing.
Mother of Pearl
a smooth, shining, iridescent, organic substance forming the inner layer of the shell of some molluscs. This stone heightens intuition, sensitivity, and imagination and it is said to be a particularly potent stone for the protection of children.
A synthetic stone created in Italy by monks practising alchemy. It is reputed to have healing properties due to its copper and gold content. It is believed enhance dreams and the will to do good.
A beautiful green stone, exhibiting layers with dark and light, often concentric banding. It is in fact a major copper ore, with substantial deposits presently being mined in Zaire and Zambia.
Named by the Spanish conquistadores 'piedra de ijada' meaning hip stone and worn on the hip to prevent kidney diseases. The two most common forms are Jadeite and Nephrite. Many colours are available, but the most popular is green. Attracts good luck, friendship and promotes wisdom.
Amethyst is often found inside Geode, which are spherical masses of minerals with an empty chamber inside. They need to be opened to reveal the crystal structures inside. Aids creativity and protects against blood disorders. It is the birthstone for Aquarius, Pisces and Sagittarius.
This stone has a vivid sky blue or green-blue colour, often containing grey or brown veins. It has been highly valued by many cultures. The Turks, after whom the stone is named, attached Turquoise to their horses bridles for protection. The Native Americans believed the stone to be 'the breath of life', symbolising the sky and reminding humans of their spirituality.
Outrage Jewellers is based at the Corn Exchange, Leeds, West Yorkshire
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