In dreams, the symbols we see come with archetypal significance, and also insight. When the symbol of two moons is invoked in a dream, it means there is a choice to make. When facing fate, and working with the imagery of the moon, it can be important to stay grounded and centered. Wear our Two Moons Ring as a reminder that all timing is divine timing and that fortune favors the bold. Golden crescent moon opening to a moonstone bead. Adjustable, 18k gold plated.
Crescent Moon Ring
⠀⠀ One of our favorite travel past times is sitting with wine at the end of a long day and looking at the moon. ⠀ ⠀ Seeing the same moon, all over the world, has a touch of magic and grounding that always makes me feel like I am home.⠀ ⠀ May this piece remind you that while lands may divide us and travel may be foreign; looking to the skies will always bring you home.⠀
18K gold or silver plated
Moon Phase Ring
Selene is the Titan Goddess of the Moon. You may come upon Selene as she charts her horse and chariot across the skies, accompanied by her winged horses. She wears the glow of a moon and a cloak. Work with the phases of the moon while wearing our Moon Phase Ring.
Silver plated alloy phases of the moon ring with a moonstone center bead.
Blue Bayou Turquoise Ring
This month’s Stella is a gold-plated ring inlaid with two round turquoise stones.
Even if we’re not experts on crystals and minerals, a turquoise gemstone is easy to recognize. This semi-precious stone is famous for its striking blue-green color with the occasional brown vein or inclusion. Today, we commonly see turquoise tumbled into small beads or cut into unique shapes for jewelry and accessories.
Most of what we know about turquoise comes from indigenous communities in North and South America. There, artisans have been working with this stone for hundreds of years. In addition to creating jewelry, they collected these aqua crystals to adorn tools, amulets, textiles, weapons, and to leave as offerings for the gods. Depending on the location, turquoise was relatively abundant. It was considered a ‘soft’ stone, which means that it was a beautiful, renewable resource that was also easy-to-carve into.
But what makes turquoise even more exceptional reaches far beyond its physical appearance.
According to Native American folklore, within each piece of turquoise lives the spirit of the earth and sky.
We see this in Apache legends where it is not a pot of gold that we find at the end of a rainbow, but a mound of turquoise.
And in the Zuni Origin Myth, many spirits carry strings of turquoise beads to symbolize their divinity among the living. Other characters are hit (sometimes accidentally, other times intentionally) with sticks and weapons made from turquoise, leaving them dead, deformed, or in some cases, with a newfound power to jump back and forth between this realm and the spirit world.
With a history steeped in legend and lore, it’s easy to see why so many of us have fallen in love with this stone. But, whether we admire its likeness, its usefulness, or its mystical qualities, one thing can be certain—wherever the heavens and the earth collide, that’s where we’ll find turquoise.
Evil Eye Ring
Evil Eye symbols have been noted as early as the Paleolithic era and across cultures. The Evil Eye is a curse cast through a glare toward an unaware person. Evil Eye jewelry was created to protect its wearer from these curses which were said to cause misfortune. Our Evil Eye ring contains a single black obsidian bead and two cubic zirconia stones, set in a sun ray design. Open ring/adjustable, 18k gold. Do not soak in water, clean with a dry jewelry cloth. Do not get lotions, perfumes or oils on the gold.
A Pentagram represents the 5 elements of Earth, Air, Fire Water & Spirit. It shows the elements working together in harmony. The pentagram is a well known and sacred symbol of the earth spirited. It is often used in rituals for protection. Wear our Pentacle Ring for an ever present reminder of the beauty of balance. This piece is plated .925 sterling silver
Pyramid Ring (Rose Gold)
Our Pyramid ring was chosen as a nod to the ancient civilizations that revered this geometric shape. It is believed the pyramids of Egypt were deep healing chambers as their alignment to the stars and shape create a powerful energy vortex. Native Americans created their tee-pees in this shape, South Americans created their temples in this shape and many churches around the world implement the pyramid in their architecture.
18k rose gold plated
Do not soak in water, clean with a dry jewelry cloth. Do not get lotions, perfumes or oils on the gold.
Seven Seas Ring
Prompted by our wandering soul and the rhythmic ebb and flow of the ocean, we’ve named this piece the Seven Seas Ring.
In modern-day, the Seven Seas refer to the seven large bodies of water that make up the collective ocean: The North Atlantic, South Atlantic, North Pacific, South Pacific, Arctic, Southern, and Indian Oceans.
But it hasn’t always been that way.
Artifacts from Medieval Europe show sailors with detailed maps of the Seven Seas, all of which cluster around Europe and Asia. For these ancient ocean explorers, the Mediterranean Sea, Adriatic Sea, Black Sea, Red Sea, Arabian Sea, Persian Gulf, and the Caspian Sea were theonly bodies of water that made up the ocean.
Ancient Phoenicians, Sumerians, Arabs, and Romans would disagree. They also had maps of the Seven Seas, but the similarities stop there.
So, why seven? Nobody knows for sure, but there are many theories as to why this number persists across distant cultures and civilizations. It’s considered a protective number, one that is spiritual but not religious despite showing up repeatedlyinsacred texts. It correlates to the moon, which acts as a sailor’snocturnal compass. Andin the Zodiac, seven speaks to water signs Cancer and Pisces.
Each of theSeven Seas has been changing names and locations for centuries, and they continue to do so today. Although there are no new bodies of water waiting to be discovered (that we know of!), the expression “traveling the Seven Seas” is commonly used as an idiom for world travel in general.
Do not soak in water, clean with a dry jewelry cloth. Do not get lotions, perfumes or oils on the gold. Polish with a jewelry cleaning cloth.
Fallen Leaves Ring
As a nod to Earth Day and the arrival of Spring, this month’s delivery is a sterling silver, gold, or rose gold ring in the shape of a leaf.
More than 90% of the world’s population lives in the northern hemisphere. This means that for most of us, the sun is shining, seeds are sprouting, flowers are blooming, and wildlife is singing. Each day, Mother Nature nudges us further into the light half of the year.
This is a cause for celebration.
In the modern world, we call it Earth Day. A time when we give thanks to our resilient home planet and the generous gifts showered upon those of us lucky enough to walk upon her lands. We remind ourselves that nobody owns the earth, and without nature’s constant ebb and flow, humankind would cease to exist.
In the old world, things weren’t all that different.
Towards the end of April and the beginning of May, Ancient Romans hosted a six-day festival called Floralia. Anyone who worshipped Flora, the goddess of flowers and vegetation, would partake in games, lavish feasts, and performances in her honor. Even if Flora wasn’t your matron goddess, Romans could still show appreciation to earthly spirits by adorning themselves in flowers and scattering seeds to the wind. This simple offering to the land was a sign of your desire to give as much as you receive.
Even though there’s only one day of the year dedicated to Mother Nature, Gaia, Earth, or whatever name you use for this planet, we hope that this month’s Stella encourages you to show appreciation as freely and as often as you can.
Pave Diamond Crescent Moon Ring
This 14k gold ring has the daintiest of crescent moons made of pave diamonds. Its delicate size makes it the perfect stacking or midi ring.
Lead the Way Ring
While traditional compasses have grown outdated with the advancement of technology, this simple ring with nautical compass design is a nod to the adventurers who came before us. There are many references to compasses in legend and lore. Several tales suggest that aside from guiding a person physically, they are believed to steer us spiritually. A moral compass is responsible for sending us in the direction that we are destined to experience. We can carry a compass on our body as a protection talisman during extended travel or when on the cusp of a big move.
This beautiful ring is 925 sterling silver with a nautical design.
Do not soak in water, clean with a dry jewelry cloth. Do not get lotions, perfumes, or oils on the gold. Polish with a jewelry cleaning cloth.
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