"I am lost at sea or maybe the ocean is lost in me. All I know is I have salty bones and sandy skin and a soul that is never shaken by the waves."~r.m
The ring is crafted in 925 Sterling Silver material with a large oval-shaped Blue Chalcedony and small round shape Topaz gemstone.
Her name "Kendra" comes from the English origin, meaning water baby. It looks fabulous on their own or stacked.
All our rings are handmade by talented jewellery makers in India. Presented in our beautiful grey and rose gold velvet pouch.
*Please note: the rings are made of high quality 925 sterling silver; therefore the silver is a soft material; if you stretch it with too much power a crack may occur; we can't be held responsible for inappropriate handling; please handle your jewellery with care. It's one size, open ring.
The first thing that comes into the mind when hearing about this crystal is its nurturing ability which is beneficial to create composure and calmness especially for those with issues. The crystal itself was already popular back in ancient times. It symbolizes air and water. But it is actually more than that. Fact shows that it can deliver multiple uses whether it is spiritually, emotionally and physically. The stone holds useful property to help foster balance between the body, mind, and spirit, as well. It reaches for aligned balance to allow one to enjoy true peace in his/her life. Since it helps to remove and blockage negativity, it is able to remove almost all kinds of negative energy such as hostility, irritation, anger, obsession, and jealousy.
Is a gem of peace and healing. It can help us channel relaxing energies and fight off chaos and negative emotions. Often associated with loyalty and love, this gem represents eternal romance and friendship. Blue topaz symbolizes honesty, clarity of feelings, and deep emotional attachment. It is the symbolic birthstone for December. It is also the chosen stone for the 4th and 19th marriage anniversaries. Sky Blue Topaz stones will heighten your ability to communicate better, and to express yourself in a meaningful way, both when speaking and when writing.