A ring inspired by "black sand beaches" which were formed by fire in the heat of a volcano. The "black sand" beaches of Hawaii and some of the Greek Islands, such as Santorini, were created virtually instantaneously by the violent interaction between hot lava and sea water. When lava contacts water, it cools rapidly and shatters into sand and fragmented debris of various size. Much of the debris is small enough to be considered sand
This unique ring is pure .999 silver which is formed by fire to create texture. 24k gold is then fused to the ring, which gets partially blackened and set with 5 tiny diamonds.
One of a Kind in size 6.5.
Stamped with artist's hallmark.