Era - 1860's
Materials - 18k Gold & Old Mine Cut Diamonds (1.31cts J/VS2)
Size - 6
To weep is to make way inside for what comes next. Thus all tears are precious—and maybe even more so when they fall from the face of the gods. Traveling mystical paths from the heavens to earth, these divine droplets of both joy and sorrow were once believed to have crystallized into diamonds as they entered the realm of mortals. It is believed that these celestial teardrops can assist with accessing higher states of consciousness and tapping into the universal source of being from which legend says they originated.
As the name of this ring indicates, the old mine cut diamonds featured in the Victorian 18K Gold Five Stone Ring are arranged in a pattern of five. Five is believed to be a number which indicates harmonious alignment between the spiritual and physical. Symbolizing equanimity and balance, tranquility and integration, the specific number of gemstones nestled within this fabulous sparkler serve to enhance the meaning of the diamonds themselves.
This stunning 18K gold Victorian ring is a celebration of clearing out that which no longer serves in order to make room for magnificence. A testament to the brilliant facets of your being—mortal and divine—to wear it is to honor who you are in all your glory when you refuse to let anyone dull your shine.