The Royal of the Blue Hues
Lapis Lazuli has been prized since antiquity for its intense blue color. It was used to make the finest and most expensive of blue pigments. It was so highly prized, it was even more valuable than gold.
Lapis Lazuli was even used in the famous funeral mask of King Tut.
Like the ancient Egyptians, this gemstone is associated with wisdom and spiritual enlightenment. It is used to enhance intellectual ability and guard against the evil eye.
The Noble Maple
Maple is known as the tree of tolerance and is associated with honor. It also has a strong connection with the emotion of love.
With numerous varieties throughout the world, the noble maple tree is always regarded for its beauty and is emblematic to many cultures.
- The Japanese have used it in their artwork.
- It reassured Native Americans of the coming spring
- European settlers harvested the sap
- The maple leaf is the focal point of the Canadian flag
This ring would be a great fit for the person in your life who sweet as syrup or loves autumn with all of the vibrant maple leaf colors.
Tungsten, also called Wolfram, is nearly as hard as diamond. It resists scratching and will not tarnish, so there is no need to worry about cleanings or expensive polishing. If diamonds are forever, then so is tungsten.
You can add a custom engraving to your ring making it truly unique. Ask us how.