This exquisite ring features a 1.74ct emerald set in 14k gold. The hand sculpted setting has an organic, fluid look. The gold dips and curves and leads into 4 thick prongs that hold the glowing, natural emerald. This design perfectly captures the essence of a treasure from an archaeological dig site.
This emerald is reclaimed from an estate collection, and dates back to 1960s Colombia. It's a lighter, minty shade of green. As with most natural emeralds, there are visible inclusions. For this gemstone, the inclusions refract the light and add incredible depth and sparkle. A truly stunning and unique gem!
Recycled 14k gold. Made in Los Angeles.
Ready to ship as size 5.75. Please leave a note at checkout if you'd like it resized, and expect 1-2 weeks delivery.
Setting details: Ring face measures 9mm x 7mm. Band width is 2.8mm at the back, and widens to 9mm at the face. Band is 2mm thick. Emerald sits low on the finger at 5mm high.
Each Dear Survivor piece is designed by our Founder, Christine. Christine is an artist who takes inspiration from the ultimate design Master, Mother Nature and crafts each piece with beauty and longevity in mind.
Dear Survivor is and has always been a design studio that prioritizes sustainability, transparency, and responsible social impact.
Since our founding, we have proudly partnered with Generate Hope to support their regenerative work with survivors of trafficking.
For orders $150+ we offer free domestic shipping within the US. Ready made pieces generally ship within 3-5 business days and custom or preordered styles are advised in product description of expected shipping times.
We offer international shipping for a flat rate of $25. If your shipment ends up being less, you will be refunded the difference.
Returns and exchanges are offered for unworn items within 1 week of receiving them. If you were gifted Dear Survivor and wish to exchange, please email us at email@example.com. *All sale items are final.
About Dear Survivor
Dear Survivor is an LA based sustainable fashion brand founded by designer Christine Howell in 2015. Our collection has ranged from leather purses to fun and fine jewelry, but our purpose has always remained the same: to prove that the consumer market can be a powerful place to create positive change. We do this through our three main tenants - empowering survivors, sustainable design, and ethical manufacturing.
For us, sustainability means designing with scrap materials. Rather than letting perfectly good material go to waste, we are giving it a second life as jewelry.
Since day one, we’ve donated a portion of every sale to GenerateHope and their fight against human trafficking. With your support, we’ve donated over $30,000 to their restorative programs.
We’ve searched far and wide for the best manufacturing partners the US has to offer. Learn more about our partnership with Refugee Artisan Initiative and our LA factory here!