Purple Spinel lotus silver ring

Purple Spinel lotus silver ring


An alternative engagement ring, completely unique to you. Sterling silver ring with lotus petal wires gently curving around the claw set purple spinel.

-This ring is completely one of a kind – I only have one of these stones!
-Size N, US size 7. This ring can be resized, it usually takes 2-3 days, please message me to confirm.
-Unusual 5mm round faceted pinkish purple Sri Lankan spinel that I purchased direct from the gemstone dealer in Sri Lanka.
-Strong 2mm round wire shank which is very comfortable to wear.
-Usual ring that will get lots of attention.
-Recycled sterling silver with a brushed matt finish.
-You receive the ring shown in the image.
-Free postage to Australia and worldwide.
-Packaged in a branded Sinead Buckney matchbox with a reusable Sari silk pouch for storing.
-Let me know if you want gift wrapping or a message included.

Spinel is an alternative to Peridot as the birthstone for August, giving a much wider choice of colours - especially if green is not really your colour! A great alternative engagement ring for an August birthday.

I can custom make a special one of a kind ring just for you. You can choose from my large collection of one of a kind gemstones and choose your metal. I can give you a quote and show you stone options, no obligation. For a rough guide, in 9ct rose gold this ring would be around $680. Engagement rings are a very important decision and I want to ensure you are completely in love with your ring!

My mandala collection began with inspiration from Tibetan Buddhist Thanka paintings and the traditional motifs used to decorate Buddhist temples, particularly in Sri Lankan temples during my time living there. My starting point was lots of drawing and variations of the combinations and designs and sizes. I then handmade my favourites using individual pieces of wire, soldering every joint. For this mandala design, it is difficult using traditional methods so I designed the piece using a 3d design program, which then can be 3d printed in a special detailed wax. Once I was happy with the design I was then able to make a mould which could be used for lost wax casting. I then cut this mandala up to make new different pieces such as the fan petals for this ring. With the raw casting I have to hand saw, file and gently dome. Then I handmade a setting exact to the gemstone and a solid wire band. I have to solder all these pieces together, polish everything in all the details, set the stone and finish the piece. Each piece is inspected carefully by me to ensure a fine finish with no casting marks or flaws. They are all stamped with my unique hallmark, SB and metal purity.

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