Satellite Ring in Blue Goldstone
This deep midnight blue coloured stone with golden flecks that look like twinkling stars in the night sky is actually man-made rather than found in the earth. The little sparkles are copper particles held in glass. In fact, it was said that Blue Goldstone was accidentally invented by Italian monks who split molten glass onto copper when they were practising alchemy. And it certainly does feel magical, a whole galaxy could be housed in this little half-sphere, don't you think?
Forged of metal and stone, our Satellite rings are like tiny crystal moons orbiting your finger, with their metallic path mapped out forever. Handmade in sterling silver.
Choose the stone you are drawn to, as it may have something to tell you... It is age-old and Magic.
This ring will be handmade to order in my Nottingham workshop and will take up to 2 weeks to make, from you placing your order to it being shipped out.
If you're not sure of your ring size you can order one of our handy little ring sizers here, or check our conversion size chart. Also, if you're not 100% happy with your little slice of Bonearrow, or if it doesn't fit perfectly, I'm always happy to exchange or tweak the size for you. You can check Bonearrow's returns policy here or check out the reviews to see what other people had to say about Bonearrow.
Please note, our blackened finish is sterling silver that has been darkened by oxidisation, giving a petrol and rust coloured blackening to the metal which will gradually rub away and wear beautifully lighter over time to a dark silver.