Turquoise and moissanite wedding ring and engagement ring set.
We recently completed several new choices for turquoise wedding ring sets. The first wedding set features blue turquoise in the wedding ring and turquoise accented by moissanite in the engagement ring. The engagement ring is a little over 6mm wide at the top with a .68 carat moissanite channel set in the center. The bright white moissanite is an affordable and conflict free alternative to a diamond. The matching turquoise wedding ring is 4.5mm wide with just a slight taper to allow it fit nicely up against the engagement ring. A matching his and hers wedding ring set could also be made by request. This sterling silver ring set is also available in 14k white or yellow gold as well as a new Continuum sterling silver alloy. Continuum sterling silver is much more durable than standard sterling silver and is also highly tarnish resistant. We highly recommend upgrading for the added durability it will provide for a daily wear wedding ring. This turquoise wedding ring set is available through our Etsy shop or HilemanSilverJewelry.com.
The second new turquoise wedding ring set is the same style with just a couple of changes. The turquoise in both the engagement ring and the wedding ring is Kingman birdseye. The turquoise is more blue than the first set and has a very faint veining that is just a little darker than the body color. The turquoise engagement ring features a 1 carat blue topaz that looks great with the blue color of the turquoise. This set also is available in gold or Continuum sterling silver for an additional charge. A matching man’s turquoise band is also an option for this set. This set is available through HilemanSilverJewelry.com or our Etsy shop.
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We have been busy creating new sterling silver jewelry with our newly acquired turquoise and just received another shipment of outstanding turquoise to work with. One batch is a very nice spiderweb turquoise in bright blue with a very tight black matrix. The webbing is formed when iron oxide fills the cracks and voids in the turquoise. In spider web turquoise the webbing follows no set pattern or strand width, ranging in color from reddish-brown to black. We have inlaid the new spiderweb turquoise with several complimentary stones including plain turquoise, dinosaur bone, Australian opal and our new “birdseye” turquoise. See the new turquoise ring!
Spiderweb Turquoise Rough
The other batch is birdseye turquoise. “Birdseye” turquoise is usually light blue with darker blue matrix circling some of the light blue areas. The pattern created by the two colors resembles the eye of a bird. The birdseye is a little more subtle than the bold spiderweb turquoise. Here is a photo of a few pieces of rough birdseye. You can see the beautiful birdseye pattern even in the rough pieces.