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White Sapphire Ouroboros Ring

$129.00

Handmade in Melbourne by Clara Carija and exclusive to Victoria's Kingdom

In 1840, Victoria married her beloved Albert. The engagement ring that he presented to her was a snake with an emerald-set head. This would become the first Victorian Engagement ring ever made. The snake was a symbol of eternal love and emerald was her birthstone. Birthstones were often used in engagement rings of the time.

White Sapphire brings wisdom and strength of spirit. It carries an extremely pure energy for clarity of thought and opening the powers of the mind. Through the Crown Chakra, White Sapphire strengthens communication with the Higher Self level of consciousness in seeking spiritual guidance for this lifetime, and brings the resolve needed to overcome obstacles to one’s spiritual path. It is beneficial in revealing one’s talents and potential, and inspires living with integrity and keeping true to one’s ideals when faced with difficult choices or circumstances.

Customisations

Estimated cost

 Yellow Gold *Plating

$50

Rose Gold *Plating

$50

Rhodium *Plating

$60-$120

Yellow Gold 9K, 9ct or [375] is 37.5% Gold

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Yellow Gold 14K, 14ct or [585] is 58.5% Gold

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Yellow Gold 18K, 18ct or [750] is 75% Gold

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Rose Gold 9K, 9ct or [375] is 37.5% Gold

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Rose  Gold 14K, 14ct or [585] is 58.5% Gold

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Rose Gold 18K, 18ct or [750] is 75% Gold

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White Gold 14K, 14ct or [585] is 58.5% Gold

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White Gold 18K, 18ct or [750] is 75% Gold

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*“Plating” is shorthand for electroplating. This means that gold, rose gold, or rhodium plated jewelry is covered by a microscopically thin layer of metal.
^Quotes for gold are valid for 24 hours. 

Custom orders may take up to 10 business days to complete, send us an email for a quote.

This ring is made using the lost-wax process, also called cire-perdue, method of metal casting in which a molten metal is poured into a mould that has been created by means of a wax model.

Product Photography by Kayla