Orange Zircon Ring
Orange zircon ring is breathtaking. Natural orange zircon center gem weighs .60 carats and is top quality and clarity. This gemstone is one of a kind, this ring can not be remade. Set in an elegant sterling silver design. Zircons range near the top of the hardness scale for colored gemstones. Natural herkimer diamond accents have brilliant clarity and sparkle. Designed to last a lifetime and beyond, this zircon ring is an excellent choice. Currently this ring is a size 7 but can be custom sized to fit and is rhodium bonded to prevent tarnish. Please allow two weeks on all custom work.
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Zircon’s fire, brilliance, and beauty can rival any gem. The affordability of its vibrant greens, sky blues, and pleasing earth tones contributes to its growing popularity today.
Once considered a diamond alternative, today we know that natural zircons are in fact the most ancient materials on Earth, holding within their brilliant depths a time capsule of our planet’s birth.
A tiny fragment of zircon discovered in western Australia is the oldest known object on earth: 4.404 billion years old. Earth itself formed less than 150 million years earlier.
An even older example was found in a large meteorite in Chile. The oldest thing scientists have ever examined, that zircon formed at least 4.6 billion years ago in the swirling disk of dust and rocks that became the planets.
Today, natural zircon is often overlooked because cubic zirconia, the laboratory-grown diamond imitation, is so much more common. Many people don’t even realize that there is a beautiful natural gemstone called zircon.
Metaphysical Qualities of a Zircon
In the middle ages, zircon was said to aid sleep, bring prosperity, and promote honor and wisdom in its owner. The name probably comes from the Persian word zargun, which means “gold-colored.”