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Sky Stone Ring

Authentic Fair Trade Product. Ethically sourced. Handcrafted in Peru.

$24.99
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Peruvian turquoise is actually chrysocolla, a semiprecious gemstone. Chrysocolla was valued in jewelry by the Incas, Aztecs and other ancient cultures. Peruvian turquoise adorned the ceremonial dress of early Incas. Alpaca metal, an alloy of copper, zinc and nickel, is silver-colored and tarnish resistant.

  • Peruvian turquoise, alpaca metal
  • Assorted shades; no two stones are alike
  • 1L inch, adjustable size
  • Made in Peru

UPC: 732919456073

SKU: 6115590

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  • The Makers
    Intercrafts Peru

    Intercrafts PeruIntercrafts Peru is a nonprofit civic association promoting export sales of Peruvian handicrafts. A democratic cooperative of artisan groups, Intercrafts Peru allows artisans full participation in organizational decisions. The group’s aim is to keep overhead costs low, to share responsibility so more income remains in the hands of the artisans, and to explore new markets. Read more.

  • Reviews (5).....
    • lovely ring
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      This ring is so beautiful and I get compliments on it all the time. My sister liked it so much that she got one for herself! Definitely recommend for anyone who wants to have a gorgeous statement ring....

    • Love it!
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      This is a gorgeous ring. The stone is not exactly the dark blue color as portrayed in the picture, it is more of a turquoise. But I still love it! Easy to adjust to the correct size which is great for me because I have trouble finding rings that fit just right. And I got it for only 12 dollars with ...

    • Stone Is Green, Not Blue
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      The Sky Stone Ring is a great quality for the price, and I like that it's adjustable. However, in person, the stone looks more like an emerald green instead of a turquoise blue. So the photo of the ring that is currently on the website is misleading....