Small Silver Gemstone Ring
This beautiful ring is handcrafted by the Auroville Unit Aurosunshine. The silver (925 sterling) is melted in Auroville and the stones are carefully selected with an eye for detail, naturalness, and purity.
A hard, lustrous sphere of organic nature, most often formed inside a living oyster. Known as the 'stone of sincerity', pearls are thought to symbolize faith, charity, innocence, integrity, loyalty, harmony, perfection and purity.
The Onyx is one of the most ancient stones, known and utilized by even the earliest civilizations for its somber beauty. It is said to release any sort of negativity from a person.
The deep, celestial blue of Lapis Lazuli is the symbol of royalty and honor, gods, power and vision since ancient times. It is a universal symbol of wisdom and truth. Lazurite grains provide its characteristic blue color, while golden flakes of pyrite can add attractive contrast.
Labradorite crystal has been attributed with magical and mystical abilities; it often displays an iridescent play of colors. These mesmerizing colors can move as the light rotates; this effect is unique to this crystal and hence was named Labradorescense.
Amethyst is a violet variety of quartz. It was used as a gemstone by the ancient Egyptians; in the Middle Ages, it was considered a symbol of royalty and the stone is included in royal collections all over the world, from ancient Egypt to the British crown jewels. Amethyst stands for humility and modesty.
Red Onyx is related to your Root Chakra. Onyx is strength-giving, providing support in difficult or confusing times, as well as during times of enormous mental or physical stress.
The Green Onyx is the symbol of restfulness and purity. This green soothing stone has the power to relieve you all worries, tension, stress and fears. It is believed to provide a positive feeling, strong mental support and helps to take wise decisions during your difficulties.
The word garnet comes from the 14th century Middle English word 'gernet', meaning 'dark red'. It is a stone of prosperity and abundance, encouraging gratitude and service to others.
The term chalcedony is derived from the name of the ancient Greek town called Chalkedon in ancient Asia. It is thought to increase vitality, stamina, and endurance and to promote emotional balance.
The name carnelian comes from the Latin word "carneus", which means fleshy, a reference to the color of the stone. Ancient Romans and Greeks valued the stone, which they used in their art. It is known as a stone of motivation, endurance, leadership and courage.
Moonstones are prized for their extraordinary glow; an optical phenomenon that creates the appearance of rippling clouds of blue to white light with a moonlight-like sheen. A gem of intuition and emotional balance, Moonstone helps harbor the feminine side.
The stone's name derives from Greek “molochitis lithos” or “moloche” meaning "mallow-green stone" or “mallow”, due to its resemblance to the leaves of the mallow plant. It is said to protect the wearer from accidents and protects travelers.
Commonly known throughout Asia as 'the royal gem', jade is a special stone not just for artistic and commercial use, but also for religious and ceremonial traditions. In Chinese writings, jade was defined as a stone of five virtues; charity, righteousness, wisdom, equity and courage.
Black pearls are the rarest color of the pearls and the higher the luster of a pearl, the more valuable it becomes. In mythology, they are associated with wealth and prosperity and are said to bring good luck and abundance.
Kindly note: Crystals and gemstones are not a substitute for medical attention.