Two little gold moons frame a blue/teal Australian sapphire with a trigonic record keeper inside of it. Sapphires naturally form in hexagons, many miles under the surface, under immense pressure over thousands of years.
Record Keepers are naturally formed triangular crystal structures that can form on the surface of corundum or diamonds, and very rarely happens inside of the stone itself! This sapphire is a stunning example of hidden messages from the universe inside of this ancient stone!
This phenomenal sapphire is set in a 14k solid gold step bezel, framed by gold wire pillars and little crescent moons, and set atop a split double half-round ring shank that meets under the stone in a point. Under the stone I engraved 14k, CL, and '22
- Bezel-set Australian Sapphire
- 14k gold
- The top piece measures approx. 7/16" x 3/8"
- Size 6.25
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