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Vintage Abalone Sterling Ring


The perfect summer ring!  Crafted out of Sterling Silver and Natural Abalone' Shell this ring is ready for a summer vaca.  From around the 1990's in perfect condition with NO cracks, chips or splintering of the shell and NO dents or cracks to the metal work.  This ring comes to us from Ohio with a sapphire sister ring listed along side in store.  Flashes of blue, yellow, brown and green in various lighting make this a versatile piece.  Wear with shorts and a tee or with that summer BoHo baby doll dress.  


* Solid Sterling Silver (stamped)
* Natural Abalone' Shell
* Maker's Mark - CW
* Face Measures 15/16" inch tall x 5/8" inch wide
* Size 7 (US)
* 5.82 grams
* c. 1990's-2000


 Abalone are a type of mollusk, like clams and oysters, except inside their flat, one-sided, ear-shaped shells, abalone have tentacles and feet. These sea snails cling to rocks near to shore, and are often consumed by other marine species. The shell of abalone is extremely durable. Microscopic calcium carbonate stack like bricks stuck together by a layer of protein. 


The believed abalone healing properties of today are very similar to ancient beliefs of the shell. Abalone healing carries energies of protection and emotional balance. It brings with it a natural shielding that blesses the person holding it with tranquility. Abalone healing is especially helpful for those going through emotional turmoil or those having a hard time dealing with a situation in a relationship. Through it’s soothing energy, it provides a layer of protection that perches the spirit up with the confidence necessary to view situations from a new, more understanding perspective. If you think of abalone as representative of water, like many cultures do, it is the water that will tame the flames of one’s emotional strife.

Vintage Abalone Sterling Ring

SKU: NA-144

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