Here a dainty moonstone is set in an entwined silver band with subtle gold wire detailing. The flowing silver and gold band gives an organic look to this ring which beautifully compliments the subtle moonstone.
Moonstones get their name from their likeness to the effect of light bouncing off the moon. The stone has been used in jewellery for centuries, dating back to ancient civilisation. The Romans admired the stone as they thought it was born from the solidified rays of the moon. Both the Romans and Greeks associated it with their lunar deities. In more recent history, the gem became popular during the Art Nouveau period when French goldsmith Rene Lalique and many others created large quantities of jewellery from the stone.