Selene Moon Goddess Ring - Chatham Alexandrite with Black and White Diamonds - 14k Palladium White Gold
Selene was a Titan goddess in Greek mythology. She was the goddess of the moon, and is said to be the personification of the moon itself. She drives her moon chariot across the heavens every night.
Selene was linked to Artemis as well as Hecate; all three were considered lunar goddesses.
This ring has a trio of Chatham Alexandrite color change gems set in between a pair of crescent moons. You can choose to have your ring set with a 6.5mm Alexandrite (shown in photos) or a 7mm Alexandrite. The 6.5mm version have a combined weight of approx. 1.55 carats. The 7mm version would be closer to 2cts for the 3 Chatham Alexandrites. The crescent moons are set with 6 tiny diamonds and there is a halo of star and diamonds around the center stone and some additional diamonds on the band. The total diamond weight is approximately .23 carats.
The ring is shown here in 14k palladium white gold, we do not plate any of our metals and they are all nickel free. This ring can also be made in 14k yellow gold or 14k rose gold.
The ring is 15mm's wide across the widest point at the top and the band is about 2mm's wide.
Your ring will be made to order in your size, our turn around time is 4-6 weeks.
Please leave me your ring size in the notes box at checkout.
♦ We use only conflict free stones and recycled metals.
♦ Unsure of your ring size? Please select the smallest size when checking out and I will send you a ring sizer in the mail after purchase to confirm your size.