Firefly Ammolite Ring {various sizes: 6, 7}

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Firefly Ammolite Ring {various sizes: 6, 7}

60.00

Solid sterling backplate and fine silver "wings," with an Ammolite center, mimicking the bioluminescent light fireflies produce. Two layers of sterling silver, all sawed out by hand. My maker's mark and .925 are stamped to a separate tag and soldered to the back. A beaded ring band adorns the back. The whole ring has been given a dark patina and then sanded to bring out the depth. 

Ammolite is the product of fossilized Ammonite shells. Ammonites were marine invertebrae animals that became extinct on Earth around 65 million years ago. They display a unique array of colors when held in reflected light, and often rival Opals and Labradorite with their full spectrum color display. Ammolite is also a pretty rare material. All of the world's commercial production comes from a small area along the St. Mary River in Alberta, Canada. Two companies mine them there where the ammonite fossils are found. 

This listing is for (1) ring. Please specify your preferred ring size at check out. US sizes 6 (green) and 7 (orange). 

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