DDsthlm
INTO MY VEINS EMER.

INTO MY VEINS EMER.


INTO MY VEINS - EMERALD
one off unisex ring in hammered silver with a raw emerald set on top.
thick silverband in brushed silver.

Ø 19 mm = US 9

approximate size band
width: 4,5 mm
thickness: 1,5 mm

emerald height : 10  mm
amazonite width: 21 x 29 mm

each DDsthlm jewelry piece is handmade by Desirée at the studio in Stockholm.

"Emerald is often called the 'Stone of Successful Love' -  nurturing the heart and the heart chakra as well as the high heart (thymus). It is a soothing stone, bringing freshness and vitality to the spirit. Amongst the many magical properties emerald embodies: unity, compassion, great vision, intuition, inspiration, psychic abilities, renewal, growth...the list is long and the ability to combine intelligence with discernment and unconditional love is amazing. This piece of crystal really oozes "I WILL BRING YOU GOOD LUCK".

Emerald stimulates not only the hope of wealth in material possessions and financial standing, but allows one to experience true abundance beyond mere wealth. Abundance is the ability to receive the gifts of Spirit within all of life’s experiences and embrace its manifestations with gratitude. It encourages trust that the Universe will provide for all of one’s needs and that there can be no lack in reality. Throughout history emerald, has been worshipped by the Incas; it was dedicated in the ancient world to the goddess Venus; considered a symbol of eternal life in ancient Egypt, a gift of Thoth, the god of wisdom, and was a favorite jewel of Queen Cleopatra... Emerald has adorned the crowns and royal jewels of many countries for centuries. According to Indian lore, the name Emerald was first translated from Sanskrit as Marakata, meaning “the green of growing things.” The term we use today is believed to derive from an ancient Persian word that translated to the Greek as Smaragdus, meaning “green stone,” the term used in antiquity and referred to a number of other green stones. Over time the Old French or Vulgar Latin versions, Esmeraulde, Esmaralda or Esmaraldus became the current name, Emerald."



2200 SEK