Gold Saphire Ring - 14 Kt Gold Rings

Gold Saphire Ring

gold saphire ring
  • Sapphire (?????????; sappheiros "blue stone") is a gemstone variety of the mineral corundum, an aluminium oxide (?-Al2O3), when it is a color other than red or dark pink, in which case the gem would instead be called a ruby, considered to be a different gemstone.
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • An alloy of this
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • coins made of gold
  • Each of a series of resonant or vibrating sounds signaling an incoming telephone call
  • sound loudly and sonorously; "the bells rang"
  • A telephone call
  • An act of causing a bell to sound, or the resonant sound caused by this
  • a characteristic sound; "it has the ring of sincerity"
  • a toroidal shape; "a ring of ships in the harbor"; "a halo of smoke"
gold saphire ring - 10k Yellow
10k Yellow Gold September Birthstone 3-Stone Created Sapphire with Diamond-Accent Ring, Size 7
10k Yellow Gold September Birthstone 3-Stone Created Sapphire with Diamond-Accent Ring, Size 7
This elegant three-stone ring features a trio of oval lab-created blue sapphire stones, prong-set in polished 10 karat yellow gold. Although sapphires come in many colors, the blue variety (as in the phrase "sapphire seas") is perhaps the most popular and traditional. The lab-created sapphires featured here have a rich, dark blue color and are accented on both sides by petite white diamonds. A graceful open trellis design below adds a note of elegance and elevates the stones above the band so that light can filter through them, enhancing their shine. The polished yellow gold band has squared edges and a tapered thickness in back for comfort. This ring is also available with birthstones for January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, October, November, and December.

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Eye Of Horus ring Hor-Aha the second godking of egyptian
Eye Of Horus ring Hor-Aha the second godking of egyptian
This is the ring given to Hor-Aha the second godking of egyptian 1st Dinasty given to him by Nut (nuit the sky-goddess, wife of Geb, the earth-god; represented as a woman, her naked body is curved to form the arch of heaven.) ____ This ring Was Commissioned By Dawn Thompson ____ Dawn wished that I use a lapis stone and I keep the number 9 in the construction.____ For this ring the Scarab head is 9 degrees to left, the Ankh top is 9 degrees to right, the gold ball in front of the Scarab head is 9 grains; (the smallest and oldest measurement in the old world jewelers and alchemist. ) ___The Scarab's head points to the rising sun "left" life anew and the gold ball is the sun (the physical self of Osiris ) the Ankh is slanted to the setting sun protection in the afterlife and symbol of eternal life . ____ The Ankh continues around the ring as one of the three bands and connecting to the bottom to the Eye Of Horus and completing the symmetry or balance of the trinity of symbols. ____ The rising and setting thing was a play on the name Dawn rising sun ____ I placed this Ruby stone in the Eye of Horus for its spiritual properties and it has a hardness of 9 on the mhos scale only diamond is harder 10____ I was able to keep all the two trinities of three in the number of ring bands the number of symbols, wile adding two sets of 9. The tilts of the Scarab head and Ankh, and the weight of the sun ball (Eye or Osiris and father of Horus ) and the hardness of the ruby stone in the Eye of Horus (Horus the sun of Osiris) and two times three equal 9 again twice.____ Notes ;In early Egptian religion Osiris was the sun and later the Eye of Horus became the sun and eye or Ra and the eye of Ra was the sun . RUBY:( Spiritual wisdom; confidence; stone of life and energy)
Ring a Day 365/365
Ring a Day 365/365
Material- cardboard, silk thread, sapphires cut, sewn My final ring for the year! I’m so happy to have reached 365. It felt a fitting end to my year full of recycled/repurposed and alternative materials to use a pulled apart bit of cardboard mixed with facetted blue sapphires and silk thread. December was all about exploration of 'precious-ness', a subconscious/stream of consciousness led direction. With faux gold, faux metal, words as metals, a raw emerald, rubber gloves, and now a bit of facetted sapphires mixed with recycled cardboard. DSC_6321

gold saphire ring
gold saphire ring
Growing Bonsai Indoors (BBG Guides for a Greener Planet)
After the great success of Indoor Bonsai, Brooklyn Botanic Garden has done it again! This is truly a one-stop-shop that provides everything bonsai aficionados need to know about buying, growing, and styling their plants with confidence through sustainable and organic practices. With fully illustrated color photos and line drawings, Growing Bonsai Indoors presents 20 common and unusual tropical and subtropical trees that are best suited for indoor cultivation. With illuminating articles written by some of the top North American bonsai experts including Julian Velasco, curator of the Bonsai Collection at Brooklyn Botanic Garden and Pauline Muth, president of the American Bonsai Society—keeping bonsai alive and thriving indoors has never been easier.

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