Our Swiss Blue Topaz Intertwined Vines Ring is perfect for everyday wear.
A beautiful design inspired by nature, this ring features a gorgeous trillion swiss blue topaz stone in a simple setting. As added detail, a smaller trillion shape, sky blue topaz stone decorates the intricate band. The stunning band has been hand worked in Sterling Silver by our silversmiths and features beautiful intertwined 'vines' that run all the way around the finger creating an alluring and unusual ring.
Perfect as a gift for a loved one or as a treat for yourself.
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All Silver Scene jewellery comes lovingly packaged in a gift box.
This piece has been ethically designed and made by hand by Silver Scene Ltd in our workshops in Bali, Indonesia. It is an exclusive Silver Scene design with very limited numbers.
Swiss Blue Topaz set in Sterling Silver, keep clean with an anti-tarnish cloth.
About the stone
Blue Topaz is the Birthstone for November.
Blue Topaz comes in 3 different shades; Sky Blue, London Blue and Swiss Blue. Sky Blue is a very pale blue, London Blue is a darker blue tone and Swiss Blue is the bright, electric, more vivid blue of all three and therefore the most sought after.
Blue Topaz has been used in jewellery for over 2000 years. It was once believed that Topaz would protect the wearer from dark magic. In the 12th century Saint Hildegard, a German nun, believed that Blue Topaz could cure blindness by soaking the stone in wine for 3 days and then rubbing it gently on the eyes.
Blue Topaz is a calming stone. It is thought to help with communication, creativity and the ability to express yourself. Great for writers block and to aid with public speaking. It is also thought to help with decision making, promotes concentration and helps recognize truth and wisdom.
At widest points, Swiss blue topaz 0.8cm approx diameter. Sky blue topaz 0.2cm approx diameter. Band width 0.5cm approx.
Please be aware that as our stone jewellery is handmade and the stones are natural, dimensions and stone colours may vary slightly.