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Peach Mushroom Tourmaline Ring

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Time has carved its mark on the folds of her skin, made dark by her freedom, made light by her stride.


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Tourmalines in shades of peach and pink, some with a slightly dark heart. There are some imperfections and silky milky inclusions in each stone. Lots of character in these!

Mushroom tourmaline is a rare variety of tourmaline , and owes its name to the natural crystal growth shape, which is very similar to a mushroom.

There are natural differences between each stone. Your ring will be similar to the photos. Vintage ring box not included. 


Details

  • Oxidized silver
  • Natural mushroom tourmaline cabochon from Mogok, Myanmar
  • October birthstone


Style Tips

It can be totally cool to mix metals. 


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    Customer Reviews

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    P.W.
    Just What She Wanted!

    I was lucky enough to order exactly what was posted on the Instagram page so that made the dialogue simple as far as what I wanted. Sovi was honest, patient and generous throughout the whole process and I would recommend anybody to get their ring through Gardens of the Sun.

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    J.
    Most beautiful engagement ring!

    The ring is AMAZING, and it looks even better in person! I just can't stop staring at it all the time, the stone, setting and details are perfect! The whole experience was so great, Gardens of the Sun team was helpful, extremely kind and patient, they listened to all my ideas and made my dreams become reality. Couldn't be happier, big thank you again! Justyna&Stefan

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    M.
    Simple and Elegant

    I love my new ring. I was excited to open the package and the ring is what I wanted exactly. Thank you!

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    V.R.
    Lovely experience 💖

    The ring is lovely...I wear it everyday. The customer service is friendly, quick and efficient. The unboxing experience was the icing on the cake!

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