Sedum and Faceted Gemstone Ring
Sedums thrive wherever conditions are particularly tough; they don’t need much attention, water, or good soil to grow. They can tolerate the kind of intense sunshine that would scorch other plants. They’re often called stonecrops because they can grow happily even among rocks. Gardeners have often joked that only stones require less care than sedums.
Since sedums feel right at home nestled among rocks, I figured I’d tuck a beautiful 4mm stone up against the cast sedum flower in this ring. You can choose among the following gemstone options: Iolite, Garnet, Peridot, Blue Topaz, Citrine, or Amethyst. This ring is adjustable and should fit most fingers.
When you wear this artistic and unusual ring, I hope it’ll remind you to thrive and persevere, no matter how tough conditions might be!
Material: recycled sterling silver
Gemstone: 4mm, choose one from the following list—Iolite, Garnet, Peridot, Blue Topaz, Citrine, or Amethyst (pictured here with Peridot)
Size: one size (adjustable)
Finish: choose either oxidized silver or bright silver