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Lapis Lazuli Ring

For those who love a big statement ring, this lapis ring is the ticket. The stone is gorgeous and its’ size is perfect. It features a split shank band and

Lapis Lazuli Ring

This Lapis ring has a soft squarish shape to it. In the world of faceted stones it is called a “cushion-cut”. This ring has a string of silver beads surrounding

Lapis Lazuli Ring

Lapis Lazuli has always been one of my favorite stones in the gemstone world. I love the electric blue color. Lapis can be worn for those born in the month

Petoskey Stone Ring

For all of you searching for the perfect Petoskey Stone ring, this one is a beauty and classic.  The markings are centered in the stone and the color is perfect.

Petoskey Stone Ring

Most Michiganders know what a Petoskey Stone looks like; they have a hexagon-shaped design and in each hexagon chamber is the prehistoric remains of a salt water marine life; a

Petoskey Stone Ring

Petoskey Stone is native to the Great Lake region. It is actually fossilized coral that grew in ancient seas millions of years ago. This ring has a pretty oval stone

Leland Blue Ring

Another native Michigan specialty stone. So what is Leland Blue? It is slag….basically glass that is a by-product of the smelting process. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s there

Leland Blue Ring

Another native Michigan specialty stone. So what is Leland Blue? It is slag….basically glass that is a by-product of the smelting process. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s there

Citrine Ring

This beautiful and interesting citrine cut is called a ‘buff top’. The top part is smooth like an cabochon and the bottom is faceted like a diamond. It measures 8mm

Copper Ring

A piece of history from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Tons of copper was mined at one time, but those mines are now closed. Finding pieces in the ground to

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