Sometimes a lovely gem can come from the most unlikely of sources. This ring features a material called Leland Blue - it comes from material found on the shores of Lake Superior. The material was a by-product of the iron smelting, when cast-off "slag" was tossed into the lake as waste. But it turns up on the shores of the lake and caught the eye of artist and others who turn it into lovely creations.
Leland Blue stones have a very wide range of colors and shapes, from shades of green, purple, and gray to the more traditional blue stones that are often pitted from air bubbles… however, these imperfections are part of what adds beauty to the stones. The gorgeous talon-shaped stone in this ring has ripples of blue and gray, and the slight pitting that is common in this gem. It's set inside a twisted wire border on a double split shank.
Stone size: 11x41mm
Ring face: 5/8" wide by 1 3/4" long
Ring shank width: 5mm at narrowest point
Ring size: US 8 1/2 - due to the width of the band, this ring fits approximately a half size smaller
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$150.00 Regular Price
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