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  • Blue-Labradorite-Ring
  • Blue-Labradorite-Ring
  • Blue-Labradorite-Ring
  • Blue-Labradorite-Ring
  • Blue-Labradorite-Ring

The Talia Ring-Blue Labradorite Statement Ring


An extraordinary ring that’s both simple and statement worthy…definitely “one of a kind”.


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You won't find this gemstone statement ring in any store...OOAK.

It's bold, it's vivid, it's radiant. You'll find all that and more with this gemstone ring.

The Talia Ring is an edgy blue labradorite statement ring

You’ll love the colors found in this stone.  On the surface the colors range from ocean green to ocean and turquoise blue at the edges.  But tilt the stone just a bit to get an explosion of electric blue.  This blue lies just below the surface.  Not to mention the fissures of midnight blue.  Absolutely incredible!  

This gorgeous natural labradorite stone sits nestled within an unadorned bezel cup.  Equally beautiful is the simplicity of the ring band.  Together with the silver band is a gold filled wire, hammered to give depth.  Not only does the silver create a sense of brilliance but the gold adds a touch of warmth.

As a result of bringing all these aspects together, this blue labradorite statement ring is one-of-a-kind.  One that’s bold and eye-catching.  

The Talia Ring is a size 8.

Different types of metal were used to create this gorgeous labradorite ring:

  • First, the ring band is sterling silver
  • Second, both bezel cup and base are fine silver
  • Third, the accent wire is gold filled

Fun Fact:

“Labradorite was named after Labradore, Newfoundland, northeast Canada, where geologists first identified the gem in the 1770’s. Legend has it that the Northern Lights were once stuck inside rocks on the Canadian coast until a brave warrior freed most of them by hitting the rocks with a spear. The rocks that were not hit, still have those Northern Lights within them, the cause of the beautiful iridescent quality labradorite possesses.

Today, the most highly prized variety of labradorite still comes from Labradore, however some extremely valuable specimen also come from Finland.”

If blue is your color but you prefer a softer blue, check out The Jillian Ring.  For something less bold, take a peek at The Ella Ring.  You can’t go wrong with either.

The Jillian Ring
The Ella Ring


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