Dendritic Agate, Citrine, and Diamond Gold Kintsugi Ring
Dendritic Agate, Citrine, and Diamond Gold Kintsugi Ring
Dendritic Agate, Citrine, and Diamond Gold Kintsugi Ring
Dendritic Agate, Citrine, and Diamond Gold Kintsugi Ring
Dendritic Agate, Citrine, and Diamond Gold Kintsugi Ring
Dendritic Agate, Citrine, and Diamond Gold Kintsugi Ring

Dendritic Agate, Citrine, and Diamond Gold Kintsugi Ring

by Karin Luvaas Jewelry

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$1,105.00

Dendrites (Greek, meaning "tree-like"), in agates are formed when iron oxides or other minerals are deposited within quartz crystals as they form at a starting point and branch outward. As the water containing these oxides evaporates, the mineral particles are left behind creating the branchlike patterns (nature's watercolor!). Dendrites occur along deep cracks, down a flat, narrow plane between rock layers, causing the dendritic forms to grow flat alongside the planes of rock in which the water flowed (note, this doesn't happen overnight — it takes decades!).

Each kintsugi piece is one-of-a-kind. Instead of covering up the flaws, kintsugi beautifies the breakage. Kintsugi can teach us resilience and helps us put together fragments of our lives.

Details:
  • One-of-a-kind dendritic agate 1.2"
  • Diamonds .03tcw
  • Citrine .30tcw
  • 14k gold
  • Sterling silver with patina
  • Size 7-7.5