The Aurora ring is a part of the Spectral Collection, inspired by light reflection and frequencies. The waves and motion in the ring mimics the dancing of the Canadian Aurora Borealis, or, Northern Lights.
Aurora has a unique silhouette: looking at it sideways shows a mountainous height, while looking top-down indicates both a softness and strength. The Aurora ring's mostly flat sides lend to perfect stacking capabilities for an anniversary ring, as a wedding ring, a double engagement/wedding combo, or just to wear every day.
Aurora's center stone measures 2.4mm, with two 2mm stones flanking either side.
Moissanite: Moissanite is a rare mineral found in asteroids, and it is now recreated and synthesized in a lab for jewelry and industrial use. Since the look and hardness are so similar to diamond, Moissanite is a a fantastic eco-friendly diamond alternative.
0.12 carats of Diamonds: All of the diamonds I use are conflict-free. Your diamond comes with a GIA certificate. Canadian diamonds will be used when available.
Would you like to customize the stones in this ring? Please send me a message!
Sphere is available in the following:
14k Rose Gold- A beautiful coppery rose color.
14k Yellow Gold- A soft buttery yellow color.
14k Palladium White Gold- A warm smoky grey color. The white gold alloy I use is Palladium. Unlike "regular" nickel alloyed white gold, Palladium white gold will not tarnish yellow, never have to be plated, and is also nickel-free.
All gold used in the Andronyk studio is certified 100% recycled content from SCS Global services and sourced from members of the Responsible Jewellery Council, making your ring sustainable and conflict-free.
Your ring is made to order upon receipt of payment and specifications, please indicate size required upon checkout. Please allow 7-10 weeks for your ring to be hand made. Due to the nature of handmade, your ring will not look identical to the picture shown; there will be slight variations in the texture as everything is hand carved.
Please ensure the size you are ordering is correct as some rings are unable to be resized due to design.