This is a Golden Hills Turquoise (also called Desert Lavender) ring which is sourced from the Altyn-tyube mine in Kazakhstan. It is rare and has only been on the market since 2013. It's known for the lavender tinted blue, and with a rust to brown matrix. It's a gorgeous stone and a great choice for the turquoise collector and enthusiast.
Set with a simple bezel and a small bordered back plate to let the turuquoise shine alone. The band is light weight, split shank and easily wearable as an everyday ring.
*Stone: Golden Hills Turquoise (also known as Desert Lavender)
*Metal: Sterling Silver
*Stamped with my makers mark and hallmarked .925 (sterling)
Each Piece of Jewelry in this collection is Absolutely One of a Kind! The piece you see is the piece you will receive.
Each piece of jewelry looks so much better in person than on pictures as it is hard to take good pictures sometimes to show the real beauty of a piece.
All of my jewelry comes nicely wrapped, in a recycled teal box and is ready for gift giving. All orders ship within 48 hours (except weekends and holidays) with priority mail, which includes a tracking number. It takes on average between 3-5 days in the states and 5-12 days to arrive to overseas locations, but because of Covid-19, may take much longer.
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I make all the jewerly myself! I usually start with sterling silver sheet and sterling silver wire (or Gold filled ) and forge it with hammers, saws, stamps,
hydraulic press, etc. and all most always, there is a silversmithing torch involved. I use genuine stones, unless noted and mainly sterling silver, but also love other metals like gold filled, gold bronze and I especially love pure gold when price isn't an issue for my customer. Sometimes I even play with brass or german silver when requested. I absolutely love making jewelry and am so happy I get to do this for a living. I hope you enjoy wearing it as much as I enjoyed making it. Please let me know if you have any questions or would like to see additional photos. Thank you for looking!