This beautiful thumb ring was intricately shaped by hand using silver plated copper artistic wire. The dragonfly is made up of Tibetan silver wings and a selection of Aquamarine beads. The little flower has a small yellow jade bead in the centre. It would make a wonderful fashion statement for you or your loved one. Unique and one of a kind.
The word aquamarine is derived from the lovely sea blue colour. It is the birthstone for March and the stone is often associated with the qualities of happiness and understanding. Associated with the Throat chakra, Aquamarine helps overcome the fear of speaking, and is an excellent stone for teachers and presenters of all types. It relaxes speakers to a stage of consciousness in which they are fully aware of their own truths, wisdom and feelings, and able to articulate them with clarity and conviction. It also allows one to speak clearly and without anger in difficult situations.
• Each order is packaged gift ready in letter box friendly sized boxes, for you to send directly as a gift. If you would like a free personalised note included, please enter this at checkout. I never include a receipt with my deliveries.
• In interests of hygiene and for your protection I do not accept returns of, or refunds on, pierced earrings or jewellery sets containing earrings or real body jewellery unless the items are of unsatisfactory quality or unfit for purpose.
Besides its natural beauty and ability to oxidise and transform, 100% of copper can be recycled without any loss of its original mined quality. Over 80% of the copper mined since it was discovered thousands of years ago is still in use today.
Those who happen to be deficient in copper may benefit from wearing it in jewellery form, such as necklaces, rings and bracelets. It is a good way of taking in the small amount of the mineral needed, without overwhelming the body. The healing properties of copper has been reported by some to relieve the symptoms of arthritis and circulation problems.
In the UK, copper is traditionally associated with the ninth year of marriage (7th in the USA), its beauty and malleability symbolising the way a married couple can bend to accommodate each other after nine long years.