Gemstone Signet Rings

Cornelian Signet Ring

Carnelian has a long history. Over 4500 years ago, Sumerian and Egyptian craftsmen were making jewellery set with the stone. While in Egypt, Napoleon picked up an octagonal carnelian on the battlefield, and returned from Egypt with this stone

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Bloodstone Signet Ring

The colour of the bloodstone comes from chlorite particles, dotted with bright, distinctive red spots of iron oxide that resemble blood, hence its name. Many people believed that when immersed in water, the stone could actually turn the sun red.

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Blue Sardonyx Signet Ring

Ancient Greeks and Romans went to battle wearing sardonyx talismans engraved with images of heroes and gods like Hercules and Mars. Sardonyx combines alternating layers of sard and onyx and when engraved creates a very unique and desirable contrast.

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Red Sardonyx Signet Ring

The red Sardonyx is believed to bring lasting happiness and stability to marriage and partnerships. Attracting friends and good fortune.Once the lilac layer has been carved the red onyx is brought to light creating a beautiful piece of art.

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Lapis Lazuli Signet Ring

The name Lapis Lazuli comes from the Arabic word lazward, from which the word azure comes, which means blue. Egyptians regarded lapis lazuli as a heavenly stone and often used it on the statues of their gods and in burial masks, as protection for the next life

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Black Onyx Signet Ring

The Black Onyx is the gemstone for the 10th year of marriage. Commonly used for signet rings as they are highly scratch resistant and hardwearing. Onyx is the Greek word for “claw” or “fingernail” because these veins resemble the colors of a fingernail.

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