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This striking purple gem has been used since ancient times to assist in healing addictions and health issues, also worn to increase spirituality, patience and balance.
This light purple stone has a gentle energy that promotes peacefulness, happiness and contentment.
On the dark side of luxe, the black diamond is a dramatic expression of love, passion and commitment.
A powerful healing and protective crystal in intense liquid black, the black spinel is also said to re-establish relationships, resolve conflict and attract prosperity.
This striking bright blue stone enhances spiritual growth and psychic insight while also bringing tranquility to the wearer.
A joyful stone with bright energy that enhances self-confidence and positivity, citrine is known as the success stone.
A pale golden gemstone that combats negative energy and is said to promote success and abundance.
An eternal favourite, the white diamond brings longevity, clarity and powerful purity.
Known as the poet’s stone and strongly associated with magic, memory and meditation, the emerald has long been a coveted precious gem.
The colour of the late evening sky, this deep, dark, opaque blue stone is the symbol of Saturn and contributes to clarity, intuition and perception.
Sister to the emerald, this rare pink gem is the stone of healing and balance, also worn to bring new love or rekindle old love.
A guardian stone in brilliant black, onyx protects the wearer and blocks negative energy and emotions.
With a distinctive olive hue, this ancient gemstone dates back to the days of the Pharaohs, and is worn to increase energy and happiness.
In vibrant shades from raspberry to rose, the rhodolite garnet is an ancient gem worn by the Egyptians and Romans and has long been known as the traveller’s stone.
A gentle pink gem with powerful energy, rose quartz is often called the love stone for its ability to enhance love of all kinds.
A high energy healing stone in deep red, the ruby has been associated with passion and prosperity for centuries.
The brilliant blue sapphire imbues its wearer with hope and healing and boosts creative expression.
A protective, grounding stone with subtle sparkle that’s said to turn negative into positive energy.
In a deeper red than ruby, the Thai garnet is a stone of regeneration, energy, passion and protection from bad karma.
This distinct stone is formed from clear quartz shot through with black tourmaline and is worn to bring balance and inner strength.
A strong healing stone, the white or silver topaz is mentioned in biblical and Hebrew texts and promotes creativity and individuality.
Forged from yellow gold fused with silver to created a striking creamy white metal with a subtle hint of yellow. Meadowlark do not rhodium-plate our jewellery (adds lustre) but can on request.
Casting a paler hue than 18ct yellow gold due to a different balance of strengthening alloys such as silver, copper and zinc, 9ct yellow gold maintains a warm yellow glow but is more subtle.
A softly-hued and subtly romantic precious metal, rose gold is a warm blend of classic yellow gold with a flash of copper.
A stronger shade than rose gold, this uncommon metal is a striking mix of natural yellow gold and copper that creates an orangey-pink hue.
Forged from yellow gold fused with the extremely rare and valuable silver-white palladium for richness and durability. Meadowlark do not rhodium-plate our jewellery (adds lustre) but can on request.
Close to pure gold but fused with alloys such as silver, copper and zinc for strength and richness of hue, this rich bright yellow metal is an eternal classic loved for its warmth and glow against the skin and for its longevity.
Rarer and more precious than gold, platinum is a seriously luxe heavy metal. Platinum is incredibly strong, hypoallergenic and considered a noble metal in chemistry terms due to its resistance to corrosion.
Sterling silver is an alloy of silver containing 92.5% silver and 7.5% other metals for strength and resilience. Originating in continental Europe in the 11th Century, this precious metal is thought to have been named for the Old English word meaning ‘little star’.
Because we make each ring individually in our workshop, you can order the size you require. If you are unsure of your size, we recommend getting sized correctly at your local jeweler. We work in US and letter sizing.
You can choose the option NOT SURE and confirm your size at a later date within 7 days. Please be aware this will delay your order as your ring will not begin being made until your size is confirmed.
* Note: If you guess your size and it needs to be altered, you will incur an alteration fee. Alternatively you can email us and request a free ring sizer to be posted to you.
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