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Dallas Maynard Jewelry

Midsummer Ring - One of a Kind

Regular price $2,270.00 USD
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The Midsummer ring is woven with notions of love and light defeating darkness. The vibrant sunset hues of these sapphires glow effortlessly within a delicate mix of clustered shapes.


Ring Details:

One of a kind ring design fabricated in recycled 14k yellow gold.

This ring is currently a size 7 (please email us at for an alternative sizing request)


Pink emerald cut sapphire center stone with sapphire accents; rounds and one pear cut; purple, soft pastel pink, orange, reddish orange, apricot and yellow sapphires.

1.28cttw of sapphires all set in the style of a clustered prong setting.

Each sapphire is ethically sourced and hand set and fabricated in Chicago. IL.

Half round band with flat sides measuring 1.40mm wide with a depth of 1.60mm.

The ring measures 10.30mm across the top with a depth of 5.35mm at the top.



Mystical and Gemological Details:

Sapphire is the birthstone for September.

Sapphire is associated with royalty and abundance and is said to calm the mind, strengthen clarity and has also been used as a protective amulet.

Sapphire has a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale- for example; a diamond is a 10, so this element of hardness makes sapphire a great stone for everyday wear.

“Corundum is the mineral species that includes both sapphire and ruby as varieties. Red corundum is known as ruby and all other colored corundum (including colorless, or white sapphire as it is known in the trade) is sapphire.”- Gemological Institute of America. So in summary; sapphires and rubies are of the same mineral species (corundum), but if it's red it’s ruby and all other colors are considered to be sapphire.

One of the most fascinating and rewarding aspects of gemology is the study of inclusions. - Inclusions are valuable clues to help discover and unravel the secrets of the gem's past. Inclusions serve as a hallmark to the process of these precious stones, they also speak to us in direct correlation to their place of formation.

Corundum (sapphire) is found in igneous rocks. Sapphires are formed during the transformation of igneous rocks. When those igneous "rocks" are cooling slowly, large crystal minerals can form from those that present within the magma. The more slowly the magma cools, the larger the sapphires will be. When sapphires are formed naturally, they "grow" in a hexagonal pattern. You may need a microscope (aka a gemologist's best friend) to see these magnificent characteristics.

**This listing includes one - one of a kind Midsummer Ring.

Care Instructions

Sapphire has a hardness of 9 on the Mohs scale- for example; a diamond is a 10, so this element of hardness makes sapphire a great stone for everyday wear.

We suggest you remove your jewelry before showing, swimming and exercising to insure the longevity of your precious gems.

Tips on cleaning**

The tried-and-true formula for a successful shine and sparkle is simply a soft bristle tooth brush, warm to hot water and dish soap (Dawn or Palmolive does the trick!)- give your jewels a delicate scrub and with the brush, soap and water. It all seems very simple, but trust us-- and they will be shining like new in a flash!

**Avoid cleaning your jewels over the sink or open drain.

Fairy Ring Collection

Just imagine a realm where mythical creatures dance to their heart’s content. Imagine a place where a colony of sprightly elves and witches are in complete sync with nature.

This jeweled folklore inspired creation is completely captivated by the mystical tales of the Fairy Ring…

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