Citrine Royal Ray of Light Gold

SKU: AC220C-6

€89
Description

The Citrine Royal Ray of Light is a regal ring, set with a crisp oval faceted Citrine stone.The Ray of Light is an ode to the sun, a token for strength, rebirth and power. The triangled setting of the gemstone is inpired by the ‘Paes’, typical bridal make-up from Central Java, Indonesia. The triangled shaped paintings on the forehead of the face put a crown on feminine energy and a marriage & promise to oneself .

Stacking rings
The Ray of Light Rings can be stacked perfectly with the Crescent Moon rings. Crescent moons represent the female spirit.
The rings are designed to be stacked in synergy with each other, but are equally beautiful separately. The Crescent Moon ring as shown on the 5th picture can be ordered separately.

 

The Citrine stone is known to give energy. Citrine attracts wealth, prosperity and success, and also relieves anger, depressions or any type of phobias. Citrine is a November birthstone and varies from a bright orange color to very light yellow. 

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Jewellery Care 

All our jewellery is made of sterling silver or made of sterling silver coated with 18/22-carat gold, and set with authentic gemstones. In order to ensure optimal quality, it is important to handle your jewelry with care. Therefore, we recommend taking off your jewelry while:

o Showering/washing
o Sanitizing your hands with alcohol (more specifically for rings)
o Sleeping (especially necklaces)
o Spraying perfume, oils, lotions
o Swimming
o Exercising / playing sports
o Cleaning

Additionally, store your jewellery away from the sun in a cool & dark place, if possible in something that is airtight, to avoid oxidising of the jewellery.

Warranties

Our sterling silver and gold plated jewellery have a warranty of 3 months. Please note that in order for the warranty to be valid you will have to return to us your faulty item in full in order to receive a replacement. 
Please note, there is no warranty on the fading or discolouring of the gold plated jewellery.

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