Vintage Brass Artisan Crafted Sodalite Avant Garde Ring

 

This ring is completely hand crafted out thick yellow copper sheets.  To the center sits a dark cabochon cut sodalite stone.  The artists intention was for the ring to look like a medieval witches or warlocks ring, with rough and unmatched edges.  The three flares that rise from the top and bottom of the ring are smooth with tapered edges. The back of the ring is shows the folded sheets and weld marks, along with the artisans initials "PJ".  The ring looks great on a lady or gent, and is not only unusual, but that perfect addition to your Gothic, BoHo Chic or Avant Garde look.

 

* Copper (tested)
* Natural Dark Sodalite Stone
* Size 7 (US)
* Face Measures approx. 1.25" long x 5/8" wide
* 11.12 grams 
* c. 1980's

 

Sodalite brings order and calmness to the mind.  It encourages rational thought, objectivity, truth and intuition, along with verbalization of feelings.  Sodalite brings emotional balance and calms panic attacks.  It enhances self-esteem, self-acceptance and self-trust.  

 

Sodalite balances the metabolism, boosts the immune system and overcomes calcium deficiencies.  It combats radiation damage by soaking up electromagnetic smog.  Sodalite treats the throat, vocal cords, larynx and helps with hoarseness and digestive disorders.  It cools fevers, lowers blood pressure and stimulates the absorption of body fluids.  Sodalite can also help to prevent insomnia.

 

In ancient Egypt, copper was used to sterilize wounds and drinking water. Ancient Aztecs gargled water mixed with copper to fight sore throats, and Hippocrates reportedly treated leg ulcers with copper. Today, scientific research has proven that copper has an antimicrobial effect, which is why more hospitals around the world are finding ways to use copper equipment to stem hospital infections.

Vintage Brass Artisan Crafted Sodalite Avant Garde Ring

SKU: NA-203
$75.00Price

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