A gold-washed silver ring with a smoky topaz stone set sideways
The brushed quality of this ring’s setting, the cut of the stone, and the horizontal design make this feel piece modern, and yet almost ancient at the same time. We love the way the darkness of the gemstone pairs with the brightness of the gold, creating a dramatic combination.
This ring looks powerful, and maybe it is. Its gold-washed silver band has a handwrought quality to it, and the stone it holds is thought to be a source of psychic protection—one that assists in grounding energy and overcoming negative emotions. Some yogis wear smoky topaz while practicing because they feel that this stone encourages kundalini energy to rise. The birthstone for November, it makes a beautiful gift, for a birthday or any occasion.
Founded by designer Beth Shaeffer, Brooklyn-based Bluma Project features jewelry, textiles and accessories that are handcrafted in developing countries such as Peru, Guatemala, Philippines and India. Shaeffer works with the artisans to encourage an organic and modern feel while staying true to their use of ancient techniques. Blending fashion with culturally inspired aesthetics and globally minded business practices, Bluma Project is dedicated to world travelers everywhere with a sense of wanderlust.
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