I am so excited to bring you another beautiful ring this week – this time we are heading over to QVC to take a look at one of their moonstone sterling silver rings.
I have long been drawn to moonstone I think it is such a pretty stone, one which while it has a milky white colouring, when you look into it as it hits the light it almost shows off every colour of the rainbow. It is meant to harness the powers of love healing and luck and offer protection for those travelling via the seas or land especially under the light the moon.
This multi-stone ring also includes 4 beautiful small round pieces of amethyst and while compared to the larger three moonstone pieces they are relatively small – the colour difference between the gorgeous vivid purple of the amethyst and white of the moonstone allows them to really stand out.
The three pieces of moonstone are each cut slightly differently with one pear shaped, another oval and the last round, which helps add to the really interesting shape they help form for this ring.
The main ring is of course made from sterling silver, which has been polished to give it a high shine finish.
QVC offer a large selection of moonstone rings and I was amazed at just how affordable they are, with prices starting from under £10 and going up to just under £50.
While I obviously cannot speak for all the rings QVC sells, this little beauty at least to me seems true to size when it comes to fit and at the moment is a last click, meaning it probably won't come into stock again, so once it has gone its gone and perhaps best off all it also means it has been price dropped to just £17.34 (from £45) with availability in sizes L, N – U.
Personally I am over the moon(stone) with this ring, I think it is just so pretty, it fits perfect and the stones feel like they are around to stay for the long run.
So if you are after something a bit different either for yourself or someone you know – I definitely suggest giving this beauty a try.
To find more about this moonstone and amethyst ring click on over to the website now.
What do you think of this beauty, is it a ring you would wear?