Diana Moonstone Intaglio Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Diana Moonstone Intaglio Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Diana Moonstone Intaglio Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Diana Moonstone Intaglio Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
Diana Moonstone Intaglio Waiting Ring-Hannah Blount Jewelry
One of a Kind

Diana Moonstone Intaglio Waiting Ring

The ancient Roman goddess Diana shimmers with movement in this hand-carved moonstone ring. Protector of the moon and the ruler of animals, Diana finds herself in this moonstone cabochon with her bow in hand and her gaze to the future. 14k gold branches illuminate the depth of the gemstone in this handmade, one-of-a-kind ring.

Moonstone 

hand-carved by Lala Ragimov. Available in 14k gold with fine silver. Approximately 16x25mm. Size 7.

$3,750.00

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Ring Sizing

Stock rings can be sized up or down within a tolerance; we assess whether to resize a stock ring or make a new one based on the size ordered. We want to ensure your ring is crafted with heirloom quality.

About The Gemstone

Moonstones are beloved for their pearly and lustrous hues and adularescence: the metallic iridescence from reflective light that appears to glow from beneath the gemstone's surface. Moonstones are considered a lucky gemstone and have a long history steeped in magic and mystery.
MOHs Hardness: 6-6.5
Origins: India
Care: Moonstones are fragile, make sure to avoid knocking or dropping your moonstone jewelry onto hard and/or abrasive surfaces. Do NOT soak intaglios in water as it can seep behind the stone. It has been sealed with epoxy as an added measure, so limited liquid is appropriate, but constant immersion and soaking can eventually lead to water damage. To clean your moonstone piece, use a damp cloth or toothbrush and dry quickly. Do not use ultrasonic and steam cleaners.
Healing Propertiesself-discovery, intuition support, empathy, protection, and prophecy.
Birthstone: June
Anniversary: 13th

 

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The Story of Waiting

Hannah's first collection, Waiting was developed as her college thesis and is ever-evolving like the nature it’s inspired by. This collection of jewelry comprises organic shapes, such as eggs and branches, waiting for the rain to evolve them to their next phase of life. Waiting commemorates nature in its most primal stages and celebrates its stark dualities: eggs symbolize life and new beginnings, while barren branches tend to connote spectrality and finality. Yet both harbor life within them, despite preconceived notions of their true meaning. When studying composition and balance, there is no greater master of this than Mother Nature—the original composer. Elegant and minimal, yet organic and eerie: the Waiting collection honors the complex contrasts of nature’s organic artistry. Shop the full Waiting Collection

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