She taught you how to live. Slowly, with dense intent. The journey a thought takes to become born in reality – she paved the way for it in your bones. In your heart.
Kornerupine is believed to help you sharpen your skills and blow up your talents. It's said to balance the ups and downs in life and love. Think lifting your spirits when you're feeling low or soothing vibes when you're angry. Got issues? This magical gem will break your self doubt, uproot the problem and gently push you towards the right path for you.
This rare rock with the colors of a tropical ocean, was mined in Tanzania and cut in Sri Lanka. It's flanked by six Canadian diamonds.
The rose gold band was mined through traditional, low-impact practices by indigenous Dayak women in Central Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo), who receive fair pay.
You'll receive the exact one of a kind rose gold Mermaid Kornerupine ring from the photos.
The diamonds used in this jewelry have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations resolutions. These diamonds are conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by the supplier of these diamonds. My supplier guarantees that they are conflict free and mined in accordance with the Kimberley Process.
Wear on its own or with a curved gold nesting band in rose gold.
Unless your jewelry is made to order, we'll ship within 3 business days.
We offer economy shipping (no tracking) anywhere in the world for a $7.50 flat rate for orders up to $200. There's no tracking on this option, and you'll be asked to sign upon receipt.
If you need your order by a certain date, we suggest to upgrade to DHL or FedEx, which comes with tracking. This shipping options takes up to 4 business days worldwide. You might even get it free if your order exceeds a certain value.
All jewelry comes with complimentary gift wrapping.
With this purchase you're helping to plant a tree. We plant a tree for every piece of jewelry you buy. Your purchase supports the planting of a tree in a women's tree nursery initiative in Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo. I am, after all, an environmentalist who just happens to love designing jewelry. Let's make a forest!