We can't take our eyes off this glowing beauty. A perfectly polished pear-cut cabochon is set on a thin band, letting this stunning stone take center stage. Pairs perfectly with some of our other stacking rings, but looks just as stunning on its own.
In some Eastern cultures, “lighted” gems, such as moonstones, symbolize good luck. The ever-changing, white reflections on its surface, which gemologists call adularescence, are thought to suggest that a powerful, good spirit dwelled within. In some cultures, the moonstone is considered sacred.
9x6mm genuine pear cut moonstone cabochon in a sterling silver basket setting on either 14kt gold fill or sterling silver band.
- All of our rings are handmade to order just for you in our Massachusetts studio.
- Always made of .925 sterling silver or 14kt gold fill for long-term worry-free wear.
- Our handmade pieces are made with care, orders ship within 5 to 10 business days.
What is gold-fill:
Gold-filled jewelry is jewelry composed of a solid layer of gold, mechanically bonded to a base of either sterling silver or some other base metal.
Most high-quality gold-filled pieces have the same appearance as high carat gold, and gold-filled items, even with daily wear, can last 10 to 30 years. The layer of gold on gold-filled items is 5 to 10 times thicker than that produced by regular gold plating, and 15 to 25 times thicker than that produced by gold electroplate.
To make gold-fill jewelry, multiple layers of solid gold are pressure-bonded to a core of high-quality jeweler’s brass using extreme heat. (Industry standards dictate that your piece must be 5% solid gold by weight.) The result is a thick layer of real gold and a durable, long-lasting product. Gold-fill jewelry is a great alternative to solid gold, as it offers the ideal balance of quality and value.