This ring’s delicate beauty mimics the nature of the lotus; an exquisite, subtle halo surrounds a brilliant yellow sapphire, accented by a rare Gibeon meteorite inlay. Gibeon, found in 1836 in Namibia, Africa, originated from the core of an ancient asteroid. The lines visible in this ring’s Gibeon overlay, called a Widmanstätten pattern, are the result of cooling in outer space over billions of years and etching with dilute nitric acid, revealing a three-dimensional octahedral structure in the metal.
Crisp, bright yellow sapphires are known for their cheery color and durability. As they often have fewer inclusions than other colors, yellow sapphires are typically held to higher clarity standards. Paired with striking Gibeon, this ring is built to last and will impress for a lifetime.