Iona Beachstone Ring
Aosdàna is proud to be part of the Edinburgh Assay Office's Assay Assured Scheme. Our hallmarking allows our customers to identify the precious metal make-up of a jewellery piece. For more information on this and to see our certificate, please see this guide.
Every Aosdàna purchase is thoughtfully wrapped in tissue paper, and presented in a hand stitched paper wallet, and secured with a foiled seal.
Due to the value of the jewellery, all orders are sent by Royal Mail Special Delivery at a cost of £7.30. We insist on using this service as it offers the fastest and most secure delivery for our customers.
Due to the value of the jewellery, all orders are sent by Airsure fully insured shipping at a cost of £9.05 for Europe, £10.15 for Australia & New Zealand, USA, Canada & the Rest of the World. We insist on using this service as it offers the fastest and most secure delivery for our customers.
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, we guarantee to exchange unworn jewellery or refund your money within 14 days of receipt of your purchase. For more information see our returns policy.
Hold a stone of Iona in your hand and you hold the history of the world. The whole fabric of the island is created from some of the oldest stone we know. This bespoke ring is made with an Iona beachstone; dark sedimentary stone banded with white quartz intrsuions. Colllected from the shores of St. Columba's Bay and the cut and polished into a 20mm round, 3mm deep disc, the stone is then set set in 925 sterling silver.
Ring Shank: 6mm wide, gauge 1.56mm
Materials: Natural stone, 925 sterling silver
Our stylish packaging compliments our jewellery. Every Aosdàna jewellery purchase is thoughtfully wrapped in tissue paper, and presented in a hand stitched paper wallet, and secured with a foiled seal. If you wish your order to be despatched directly as a gift, please add notes to your order outlining any message you would like included.
For protection bubble bags and water resistant envelopes offer maximum protection during delivery.