The Star Eye Orbit ring is a celebration of gemstone phenomena: rare light effects that add amazing movement to gems. This ring is set with a lovely Idaho Star Garnet. It has one of the most well-defined stars I have ever seen moving over the domed surface of a deep red cabochon. I’ve paired it with a rare sillimanite cat’s-eye in a rich honey color. The gems orbit around your finger with a sphere of polished 18k yellow gold accented with a white silver stripe. This ring is hand fabricated and one of a kind.
Materials: 18k gold,14k gold, sterling silver, Idaho Star Garnet, Cat's Eye Sillimanite
Dimensions: ring size 6.5, may be adjusted
Created and produced in Seattle, USA
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