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The Amphora Ring- Labradorite and Bronze

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A very substantial, bronze ring I've carved to be reminiscent of the shape of an ancient amphora. A 15mm cushion cut, Labradorite cabochon in a claw setting is featured. I've carved the body of the ring to have the rounded feeling of a vessel and created a fluted texture. This vessel is then supported by a simple band that culminates in what I like to think of as handles. The ring is incredibly comfortable on the hand and sits a dramatic 5/8" (1.58cm ) high on the finger.

The Labradorite is absolutely stunning! It's predominant flash is a bright green-gold, but it also features striations of bright, turquoise blue. Just glorious.

This ring is currently a size 7.5, but can be sized anywhere from 5-10. Please let me know your preference in the comments section.

**A note on bronze: this ring may leave a mark when worn(but it may not). A person with a more acidic system is more likely to have a reaction than someone who is more alkaline. A beautiful patina will emerge on this piece as it ages, but can be removed with a jewelry cloth. Should you desire, I will be more than happy to apply a liquid that prevents bronze from marking the skin, please just let me know in the comments section.

This ring is also available in sterling with:
Rose de France Amethyst:
Smoky Quartz:
Green Onyx:

In bronze with:
Faceted Black Onyx:
Smoky Quartz:
Green Onyx:
Rose de France Amethyst:

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The Amphora Ring- Labradorite and Bronze


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: bronze, labradorite
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
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