The natural stone copper ring designed using mother-of-pearl broken natural stones is adjustable. We recommend keeping it away from water and chemicals for tarnishing and long-lasting use. Since the product is a natural stone, there may be small differences in tone and shape between the product you receive and the image.
Mother of pearl is a stone of organic origin. It is found in the shells of sea creatures such as mussels, oysters and snails. There is plenty of aragonite in the interior of these shells. They have iridescent, sparkling colors like a rainbow.
As you know, Pearl grows in oysters and it is also an organic stone. For this reason, another name for the mother-of-pearl stone is Mother of Pearl. It covers the inside of the shell where the pearl grows and acts as a mother to it. Mother of pearl is mined in many marine countries. In addition, it can also be found on land by fossilizing into stone. In other words, it is a rare stone that can be found both on land and in the sea. Found in the United States, mother-of-pearl stones are obtained from freshwater mussels. In European countries, mother-of-pearl stones obtained from sea snails are used. Mother of pearl stone has a hardness of 3-4 on the Mohs hardness scale.
The history of mother-of-pearl stone dates back to ancient times. It was used in Egyptian, Indian and Sumerian civilizations, especially in China. Mother-of-pearl has a special place in China. It is believed to be a stone of luck, happiness, success and money.
Chakra: Crown (Crown)