Sodalite kintsugi ring in a gold plated adjustable setting

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PLEASE READ THE FULL DESCRIPTION of this one-of-a-kind piece to understand its unique characteristics, how it's made, and what is included before buying.

WHAT IS KINTSUGI? Kintsugi (also known as kintsukuroi) is a Japanese art form that repairs broken pottery with a gold-infused lacquer to create golden seams in the repaired form that make it more beautiful and valuable than the original.

HOW IT'S MADE: This stone has been broken and repaired using a modern form of kintsugi with powdered gold mica, gold paint, and epoxy paste. The repairs have been sealed with a clear acrylic sealant to protect them. This piece is designed to symbolize the way that the healing of the broken places in our lives leaves greater beauty in its wake.

DETAILS OF THIS ITEM: Each kintsugi repaired stone is a one of a kind creation due to the randomness of the breaking and repair process. The ring pictured is the actual one you will receive. Please view all images closely to see the details of this specific stone.
STONE TYPE: Sodalite
STONE SIZE: 18 mm x 13 mm cabochon
RING: gold-plated "pewter" (zinc-based alloy) with open back
RING SIZE: This ring is approximately size 8 as shown (see image 5). The ends can be adjusted somewhat closer together or farther apart to change the size.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS: Please treat this repaired item with care. Avoid exposure to water, sweat, cleaners, and other liquids. Do not wear or use it while bathing, showering, swimming, or similar occasions when it will be exposed to moisture. Hard impacts or stress on the stone should also be avoided.

WHAT'S INCLUDED: This item comes in a gift box and is accompanied by a note card explaining the meaning of kintsugi (shown in last image). Care instructions are printed on the back of the card.

NOT INCLUDED: Customs fees and import taxes (including VAT) are NOT included for shipments outside the USA. Buyers are responsible for any of these charges that may apply in the country to which it is being sent. Please make sure you understand your country's customs policies and costs prior to ordering.
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Although I have done my best to photograph the color of this stone accurately, please allow for variations in monitor settings and for the fact that the photo is taken under high powered lights.

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