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Charming! Little 3mm gemstones stackable on textured 1mm sterling silver bands. You will love to mix and match these little gems! Endless possibilities, the set shown in the third photo comes with the 3 gem bands, plus two plain textured bands, wear them together or separately for different looks. My rings are made to stack seamlessly when stacked, the settings are atop the band and filed to a v to ensure a perfect fit with other rings. There are many set options in this listing, you can purchase a single band, several bands, or a set with spacers. Please see my other listings at the link below for even more options. Buy these as a family birthstone set and add a ring as your family grows, or collect your favorites just for fun! Small enough to stack many rings at once. Extra spacer bands available separately at the link below Be sure to get the 1mm bands to match. NOTE: This listing is for my bright silver rings, there are also oxidized silver ones also available at the link below.


NEW! I now have changeable birthstone necklace available as well at the link below!

Please tell me which stones you want and what size in "notes to seller" upon checkout. I recommend if you are going to stack 4 or more of these, to go about a quarter to a half size up from your usual ring size,, the more you stack the larger size you will need, but never more than a half a size usually.

Here are your stone options!

1. January - AA grade Rhodolite Garnet
2. February - AA grade Amethyst
3. March - A grade Aquamarine
4. April - AAA grade White Topaz
5. May - Simulated Emerald **
6. June - Moonstone Cabochon
7. July - Lab Grown Ruby*
8. August - AA grade Peridot
9. September - Lab Grown Sapphire*
10. October - Simulated Pink Tourmaline**
11. November - AA Grade Golden Citrine
12. December - AA Grade Sky Blue Topaz

* Lab grown stones are almost identical to natural stones as they are made out of the same material, but grown artificially instead of naturally.

** Simulated stones are stones that are made to look like the natural stone often made from the chemical composition of a similar looking stone. All of my simulated stones are made from other gemstone material, not glass or plastic, e. g. corundum, and spinel.

Choose your textures from the last photo:

1. Hammered
2. Ripple Hammered
3. Flat Hammered
4. Round (unhammered)

► Things I need to know in "notes to seller" upon checkout: ◄

*Your choice of gemstones from photos above

*Your choice of texture from photos above

Feel free to mix textures to your hearts content. If you don't put any info when your purchase I will surprise you!

✈ Please allow up to 10 business days after purchase for me to custom create and ship your rings for you :) Your ring or rings will come in a beautiful ring box with ribbon all ready for gift giving.

Frequently asked questions about JessicaCoxJewelry

I am currently not taking any fully custom orders, but many times I am willing to make items I already have in my shop in custom sizes or with alterations, just ask!
First, avoid getting any stray chemicals on your jewelry. Sterling may have reactions with different chemicals that may cause it to oxidize (turn black) quite quickly. Invisible build up of things like perfume and hairsray will also dull the shine of your silver. Avoid any lotions containing sulpher. Always remove jewelry before exposing to chemicals in water when swimming or washing dishes. You may leave on silver jewelry while showering but just be sure to dry it well afterwards. Don't leave your jewelry in a damp place like near a sink for long periods. When not in use your silver should be stored in a dry airtight place not rubbing on other pieces which can cause scratches in the metal.
All sterling silver will eventually form tarnish, (also called oxidization) which is a reaction the metal has with oxygen. When cared for properly as indicated above, this process will take a very long time to take affect. If the silver does become oxidized though, the good news is it should be fairly easy to remove. The easiest way is with a silver polishing cloth, which can be purchased almost anywhere. Another way is to purchase a silver dip, this is a chemical dip that instantly removes the tarnish from the metal by simply dipping the piece into the jar. I do caution that jewelry with delicate stones should be avoided with this method though, always read instructions carefully.
There are some easy ways to remove tarnish from your jewelry with things you may already have around the house.

For jewelry without gemstones, I recommend the baking soda/aluminum foil method shown here in this great youtube video:

You may also use ketchup or lemon juice to remove tarnish from your silver jewelry. Gemstones should be avoided when using these methods, so if the items in question contain gemstones, ketchup should be used and applied carefully to metal only. Apply for 5 minutes at a time then check/ rinse and repeat as necessary. Do not leave for too long as the acid will eventually etch the metal and take away the shine.
You may have purchased a piece of jewelry with an oxidized (blackened) finish. For a purely oxidized finish, no polishing will ever be necessary, the jewelry will tarnish naturally and be slightly polished by natural wear leaving a unique edgy/rustic look. This is a great finish for anyone who likes to keep things low maintenance, the look will only be enhanced with age and wear. If this needs to be cleaned it should be done with gentle soap and water and a soft cloth, be careful not to rub too hard as this may rub some of the patina off.
For a mixed finish sterling silver piece (bright with oxidized stamped patterns), only a polishing cloth should be used to clean and remove tarnish, carefully avoiding the intentionally oxidized areas like the embossed design details. For flat surfaces with impressions, a polishing cloth can be layed down on a hard flat surface, and the piece rubbed over the surface.
Brushed sterling silver requires special care and maintenance to keep the brushed textured finish. If at all possible, prevention of tarnish should be a first priority as detailed above. If the piece doesn't have any oxidized details, I recommend a silver dip for tarnish removal. A polishing cloth should not be used on this finish since it will remove the brushed texture. The baking soda/aluminum foil at home method linked above can also be used if there are no sensitive gemstones in the piece.
All of the bronze and copper pieces in my shop can be cared for the same as the silver items, so please refer to the corresponding section for silver items such as bright, oxidized, mixed finishes, or brushed. Some silver polishing cloths and dips can be used for copper and bronze as well, please read product instructions carefully to be sure. Bronze and copper tend to tarnish slightly easier than sterling silver so preventative care should be followed to keep them bright unless you want to allow them to oxidize for a more rustic look.
All of my jewelry comes packaged ready for gift giving, in a satin ribboned gift box or black velvet ring box. A holiday tag can be added to any order upon request at no extra charge, and can be shipped directly to the recipient. Please include that request in "notes to seller" upon checkout, and specify what names should be added to From: To: tags.

Dainty Gemstone Rings Set or Singles - Thin Dainty Rings - Stackable Birthstone Rings Sterling Silver - Mothers Birthstone Rings



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  • Holiday: Mother's Day
  • Materials: sterling silver, natural or synthetic gemstones
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