Cabochon Garnet Rosegarden Ring
Cabochon Garnet Rosegarden Ring
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Cabochon Garnet Rosegarden Ring

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Magic Cabochon & Turqouise Ring Collection

Ethically sourced gemstone rings handcrafted in a small m in Silver and elegant Swarovski crystals.

Weighted and satisfying. Ring Size : 8

Materials: 925 sterling silver, Turquoise gemstones.

EVASIMIN honed her skills at the Row and by Malene Birger where she discovered a passion for spirit-lifting objects. She creates jewelry out of ethical crystals. This ring is handcrafted in Nishapur, Iran, by women of the manufacture of MARYAM PROZ to a ring of Turquoise and Swarovski crystals, which are said to put you close to your wishes.

 Each ring is one of a kind and only piece.

Healing Properties:

Turquoise is a stone of great forgiveness and wisdom. It enhances communication between this world and the spiritual worlds. It has a purifying essence and protects us from negative outside influences. Turquoise sends a cool refreshing energy into us when we feel spiritually tired and need to be nourished and restored to our selves. It balances and aligns the chakras and meridians, as well as our male and female energies. Turquoise helps us to express our Truth clearly and confidently, while also being open to new ideas.


Scorpio, Sagittarius, Pisces


Made in Nishapur, Iran.

For the "Magic Cabochon Ring Collection", EVASIMIN works with a manufacturer in Nishapur, Iran, who supports women to bring them some independence.  They are part of the workshop by Maryam Piroz.
The designs are made from these two women together, inspired by the old Persian kingdom and a new clean yet splendid elegance. EVASIMIN is driven by the mindset that handcraft is the highest gift that helps you enfold your potential and is healing by itself. That being said, makes the project a whole holistic circle.

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