Opal is the October birthstone. Unique, multi-coloured gems that are never boring.
She’s a vibrant thing. Flashes of colour, dripping with that zest for life that makes raindrops dance. They said she came to Earth riding a rainbow, and you can see why. She’s your eye in every storm, never fails to make you smile. Both good and evil rush in her veins, and that’s why you chose her.
Opal helps you to let go of patterns fear, anger, negativity and self-harm. This gemstone represents innocence, purity and hope. It's also said to sharpen the mind and emotions and encourages you to better direct your energy. This natural opal is from Ethiopia. I've selected opals with nice green shades.
The emerald has been ethically sourced from North Carolina and was cut in the US. Emerald is said to soothe the troubled mind and to bring the wearer reason, wisdom and hope.
Create a playful game with the carved emerald wing ring, or a dainty stack with delicate blue diamond band.
I love it! It’s simple and unique. It’s extra special to since the birth store represents mine, my husband and our baby boy’s birthday!
I LOVE my aquamarine and tourmaline ring. I've been stalking the Gardens of the Sun instagram for a while, thanks to my sister. There have been so many pieces that I have absolutely adored but never pulled the trigger to bring home. When this series came up I couldn't help myself and it was worth it. This is something I now wear every day, all the time. It is dainty and beautiful and the colors are amazing and I love having a sustainably created piece. It has actually become my reminder to live more thoughtfully. I can't take a better picture of my ring than they provided so I won't.
This labradorite and moonstone ring was gifted to me during a tough change in my life, and it’s been a steady favourite over the past four years. It also kick started my love for Gardens of the Sun rings. Look at the glow!