Raw Dicrotic Pink and Green Oregon Sunstone Crystal Ring in Sterling Silver Sz 7.25 Found Only in Oregon a Color Change Stone
Stones First, Metal Second
These raw sunstone crystals? We left them completely raw, just like you find them and love them in nature and strapped into this raw stone ring. There are so many more options than raw diamonds, let's explore the possibilities together.
Back in the long long ago, you know? the before times when diamonds were rare, oregon sunstones were mined by Tiffany & Co as a diamond alternative. Sunstones are super sparkly and have what's called a "high refractive index", making them sparkle brilliantly like a diamond!
Oregon sunstones have a fantastic history, unlike many crystals which form at low temperatures, close to the surface, sunstones were formed deep in the belly of the earth in a basalt flow (think Hawaii) and erupted fully formed, flowing across the floor of Rabbit Basin, deep in the Oregon desert.
Dazzling sparkles will draw you into the stone and hold you there, pondering the marvel of the tiny metallic copper platelets dancing before you. Each sunstone is handpicked and unique. Our sunstones have gone through a sunstone cage match where only the strongest and most durable crystals end up in our raw sunstone rings.
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Stone: Oregon Sunstones are a plagioclase (play-gee-o-clay-sssss) feldspar, in the same family as labradorite and moonstone