.925 Sterling Silver Rings with South African Turban Snail Inlay
Shimmering South African Turban Snail processed in cabochon cut
Total width of the shell with setting is approx. 19 mm / one size fits all
Timeless 925 sterling silver ring with sparkling shell as central eye-catcher
A charming gift for women and teenagers in ethnic look
Handmade from natural materials: variations in shape, color and structure possible
Handmade ring made of .925 Sterling Silver with South African Turban Snail Inlay
The shell sparkle discreetly on the finger and the silver frame decorates and protects the shell.
A beautiful shell with an arched top is the central eye-catcher in this ring.
One size fits all - adjustable to any ring size. The total width of the shell with setting is approx. 19 mm.
The shell is refined in cabochon - Impressive and elegant piece of jewellery that elevates any outfit.
A cabochon (French for "nail head") means an unfaceted, round or oval cut of gemstones, where the bottom is flat and the top is arched outwards - cabochon cut.
In our other offers you will find 6 other variations such as Shiva eye, abalone shell, mother-of-pearl stones in jade, coral, onyx optics. Choose your favorite ring here at Fly Style.
Each piece of jewellery is handmade and unique, therefore no piece is like the other.
The focus on nature and traditional craftsmanship characterizes Fly Style.
More offers – Find the matching earrings, bracelets and beautiful navel piercings.
TURBAN SNAIL (Turban Petholatus):
Unique jewellery from the ocean – and legendary protection stone. The turban snail also called Turbinidae is a special kind of shelfish which lives in the depths of the seas. The name of this snail also derives from its shell which remindes of a turban.
The snail pushes with its muscle power to form a lid to protect itself when danger appears – the so called Shiva Eye.
After the natural death of the snail, the shell is released into the nature.
The frontal side of the shell is characterized by an impressive structure and color which often looks like an eye and the back side shows a spiral which symbolizes positive energy in its purest form. All of them have typically this spiral on the flat white backside.
It is a jewel that can be used as protection against evil forces and will watch over its wearer.
The almost hemispherical, colored Operculum from the Turbinidae is a popular collectors item and it is often used to produce pieces of jewellery.
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