Sterling Silver & Ruby Gemstone Ring - Phoenix Eye

 Camelot Collection Jewelry

Our Camelot Collection of jewelry is all hand-made, one-of-a-kind, designer creations that bring out the jewels of the Earth and divine metals together.  These creations are beautiful & unique, all with a sterling silver base, and plated accents of rhodium, 14k yellow gold, 14k rose gold, and/or copper.

Because of the special nature of these creations, they each have been given a designer name that embodies the beauty they hold.

This jewel is called "Phoenix Eye".

This ring is sterling silver, with a 14k yellow gold and rhodium plating that has a unique, molten appearance from hand-cut pieces of sterling silver fused together into this thick band.  This ring can be classy and beautiful for a night out, or a dressy way to upscale a pair of jeans & tank top. The ring is a size 7.

Metaphysical Properties, Meaning and Uses of Ruby

Stone of Royalty

Ruby bespeaks of nobility, power, prestige and elite status in the world.  It is a stone hailed and coveted by royalty of civilizations worldwide from ancient times to present day.  Many civilizations believed the ruby was the king of all gemstones and in some cases was more desired and valuable than diamonds.  The King of Ceylon was said to be in possession of one of the most magnificent rubies on Earth.  Marco Polo relayed this information to Kublai Khan who lusted after the ruby and offered the King of Ceylon an entire city in exchange for the ruby; but was refused.  The ruby gemstone works with the life force of all living beings and will activate and work through all of your Chakras.  As its color suggests it works like a bloodline between the mortal and immortal worlds bringing supernatural grace, power and wonderment.  It attracts prosperity, confidence and wisdom while also stimulating the passions, desires and erotic attachments of the heart, mind and body.  It is a stone of all forms of love and the perfection which accompanies true love.  Which is why it was long considered the stone for brides rather than the diamond.  Rubies were considered warm and holding the blood of life within its grasp, whereas diamonds were considered colder and less responsive to the needs of the heart.



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