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A contemporary alternative to conventional engagement jewelry, this elegant set is full of meanings and symbolism.

The sterling silver engagement ring features a brilliant yellow sapphire which glows as the center of the 18K yellow gold Sun. Beautiful on its own, the ring reaches its full magnificence when united with the starred sterling silver wedding band. The crescent Moon and the Sun, seen by the ancients as the God and the Goddess, a symbol of the duality of deity, create a powerful image of the equal balance of male and female. And aren't they also a perfect metaphor for the "better or worse, richer or poorer, in sickness and in health" vows?

The engagement ring is made of sterling silver with 18K yellow gold bezel. The gemstone is a 5 mm yellow sapphire (about 1 Ct, eye clean). The wedding band is made of sterling silver, textured and oxidized on the outside to enhance the contrast with the brightly polished stars and the moon. Each ring is 5 mm wide, so together they make 10 mm. The rings are 1.5mm thick.

This set was designed by me (Natalia Moroz) and made masterfully by Sergey Zhiboedov (my husband).
Available in sizes from 4.5 to 10. Please specify your size when placing an order or making an inquiry.

Also available in 18K / 14K gold combination.

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Sun and Moon ECLIPSE Engagement Ring and Wedding Band Set in 18K gold and silver


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: 18k gold, silver, yellow sapphire
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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