She had freckles in her right eye. You only noticed after she let you come close enough to see. But what you saw was a sky full of stars. Constellations that showed you the way home.
The rose cut Montana sapphire in this stone was mined in Dry Cottonwood Creek. It was part of a batch of rough stones and flatter crystals, that I took with me to Sri Lanka late 2018 to have cut there.
The gemstone itself is grey with some hints of silky lavender and interesting dark inclusions that give it so much character. It's been rose cut to an asymmetric hexagon shape - the result is a unique and one of a kind stone.
You'll receive the exact grey Montana sapphire ring from the photos, made with ethical gold.
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The diamonds used in this jewelry have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations resolutions. These diamonds are conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by the supplier of these diamonds. My supplier guarantees that they are conflict free and mined in accordance with the Kimberley Process.