Trio Cluster Ring {size 8}

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Trio Cluster Ring {size 8}

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Sunstone + Amethyst + Dendritic Agate. The perfect trio.

Handmade entirely from sterling and fine silver, including the decorative bead details. Hand formed split shank, best fitting a US size 8. My maker’s mark and .925 adorn the back, indicating authenticity.

Given a black patina & brought to a soft, satin finish.

ABOUT THE STONES:

{The name "sunstone" is given to minerals in the feldspar group that exhibit metallic flashes when light interacts with plate-like mineral inclusions within the stone. This play of color is known as "aventurescence." The most famous sunstone deposits within the U.S. are located in Oregon. A few of the deposits are large enough to sustain mining operations. The Oregon deposits were found by Native Americans who used the stone widely in jewelry, as well as traditions. The inclusions inside the stones are usually copper, hematite, or goethite. 

Amethyst is a well known mineral and gemstone. It is the purple variety of the mineral Quartz and its most valuable and prized variety. Its name derives from the Greek "amethystos", which means "not drunken", as Amethyst in antiquity was thought to ward off drunkenness. Amethyst is widely known as a protective stone.

This variety is termed "dendritic" due to its internal collection of dendrites. Dendrites are fern-like inclusions of iron, manganese, or other metallic oxides that create bold patterns within the gem. Typically, dendritic agates are cut into slices to best exhibit nature's artwork. As you might guess, these pieces are one-of-a-kinds, as no two dendritic patterns are exactly the same. Usually these agates are white, yellow, blue, green or pink and show the black inclusions well.}

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