One of the most popular, favorite colours - in clothes, in home furnishings, in garden flowers, and yes, in jewellery - is blue. Blue is above us in the sky, below us in the sea… and in most of us, evokes associations with calm, tranquility, and peace.
One way you can carry this gorgeous colour, and its attendant mood-properties, with you, is in a silver ring with a blue gemstone. In addition to the meanings associated with the colour blue, each of these gemstones has certain properties associated.
When set in silver rings, these gemstones bring their properties straight to you. For more, read on…
Silver rings with blue topaz: Wearing one or more silver rings with blue topaz inlays will lend you the properties associated with this shimmering stone: the courage to overcome fear and circumvent obstacles. The blue topaz is often worn by writers, scholars, artists, and intellectuals, as it is thought also to promote thought and comprehension. Silver rings with blue topaz are believed to relieve mental anguish and to foster fidelity, friendship, gentleness, and integrity.
Silver rings with aquamarine: Silver rings with aquamarine may bring you the beneficial properties of this stone, which include the power to release you from anxiety. Silver rings with aquamarine are thus a good companion on long ort complex journeys. Their calming effect has helped sailors at sea for centuries - and some have even used it to alleviate seasickness. According to tradition, silver rings with aquamarine promote mental clarity.
Silver rings with blue tourmaline: Natural tourmaline is said to strengthen both body and spirit. It is believed to attract inspiration, aid concentration, encourage balance and promote understanding. It is also thought to calm nerves, sooth grief, promote balance and build self-confidence.
Silver rings with turquoise: Turquoise believed to attract money, success and love, turquoise is a stone of friendship in many cultures. Native Americans associated the colors of the turquoise stone with the blue sky and the green earth. It is still seen by many today as being symbolic of mankind's source in nature.