The staccato of her breath was recognizable from afar. You knew it was her even before she came around. The way the air danced in her lungs, her heartbeat in her throat. The sound of coming home.
There are glints of blue and rusty orange in this white sapphire, which is flanked by six diamonds from Canada. The gold in this ring was mined through traditional and low impact practices by indigenous Dayak women in Central Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo), who receive fair pay.
You'll receive the exact one of a kind orange Montana sapphire ring from the photos.
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The Origins Collection are dreams turned reality. We know exactly where the materials we've used for this jewelry came from. And that's something unheard of in the jewelry industry. This jewelry boasts stones and gold that are sourced from artisanal miners, cut by certified independent cutters, and crafted by our team of skilled artisans.
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.
Can easily stack as an ethical sapphire engagement ring with a curved gold wedding band.