**size**❖ US regulations: ring circumference 7 (Approximately equal to the inner diameter of 17.2mm / 0.67" ● International code 14 ● Europe ISO: inner circumference length 54mm ● AU & UK Size: N) **Ring measurement**❖ Can refer to the video: https://youtu.be/2UmqVefGT64 **Material**❖ Premium Natural Rainbow Moonstone + High Quality 925 Sterling Silver Gemstones emit a rainbow glow as the angle of view and light refract **Natural gemstones generally have natural ice cracks, stone patterns (clouds) or ribbons, and may have mineral symbiosis and inclusions. This is also the reason why natural gemstones are precious. I hope you can enjoy the unique existence of gemstones. beautiful. If you like or pursue perfection, natural gemstones may not be suitable for you. Think twice before you place an order.** **Origin**❖ United States (made by the US design team) **Gem Wisdom**❖ ✰__symbol of moonstone__✰ This beautiful gem has a very long history and can be used as a guardian stone for different aspects of fertility, love, protection and sleep. After I studied astrology, I was not surprised at this. Instead, I found it very interesting and confirmed, because in astrology, the moon represents the uterus, family, and intimacy. If you have seen the luster, refraction and color of the moonstone, you can see why the silvery white light shining inside the moonstone can understand why people have believed that it has an inseparable idea and connection with the moon since ancient times. ✰__Moonstone and meditation__✰ Mystics around the world use moonstone for meditation. The moving internal light becomes the focus of meditation. Some people think that stones have a calming effect and can help people move toward the realm of forgetting. ____Oriental conviction of the charm of moonstone__✰ According to Asian mythology, the most beautiful blue moonstone is brought to the tide every 21 years. In addition, the gemstones will also be used as amulets and hung on fruit trees to attract a bumper harvest. Farmers are convinced that moonstones can bode well. In the East, people also see moonstone as a kind of gemstone that will bring good luck. It is also believed to be of great help to insomniacs. It can help to sleep (*This part of Summer I personally experienced it, it is very very very wonderful and Unbelievable experience, then I will write another article on the Star Gems FB fan page). Another ancient legend is that moonstone is symbolized as the guardian of the winter, especially suitable for wearing on Monday. Ancient Asians believed that the moving light inside the gem was alive. Moonstone is also considered a special gift for wedding anniversary (applicable to the thirteenth year of the thirteenth year and beyond) because they believe that gemstones can eliminate the negative meaning of thirteen. Another interesting and famous legend is that the Vedic history involved the war between Vishnu and the demon god Bali. When Vishnu smashed the body of Bali into pieces, the part that fell on the earth became a different piece of jewelry. The flash in his eyes turned into chandrakanta or the moonstone we know now. The ever-changing white reflection on the surface, which gemmologists call "ice feldspar smudges", is like a moonlight, representing a powerful and kind energy. ✰__Moonstone and Hindu roots are deep__✰ Moonstone is the holy stone of India. In the earliest traditions, it was said that this gem was embedded in the forehead of the god of the four-handed god Ganesh. In the Hindu mythology, the moonstone is made up of moonlight. Looking at the luster and color, it is indeed as attractive as the moonlight. At that time, if a businessman wanted to display the gem, he would definitely put it on a yellow cloth, because the yellow symbolizes the most sacred color, which is enough to match the precious position of the moonstone. According to other legends, moonstone can give the wearer the dual ability to predict and see through. It also removes distractions from the wearer's mind, and once the space is freed, wisdom has a chance to enter. ✰__Greek and Roman mythology praise Moonstone__✰ Since the moonstone looks a lot like moonlight, the ancient Romans also thought it was formed by moonlight. If you look closely at the gems, you will see the dance of the squats lurking in the different light inside the gems. The ancient Greeks merged the names of the goddess of love (Aphrodite) and the goddess of the moon (Selina), and named the moon stone "Aphrodite". Interestingly, Moonstone really helps to nourish love, legend When the moon is hanging high, if both people wear moonstone, both sides will have the opportunity to enter love and become lovers. The Romans believed that the moonstone showed them the look of the goddess of the moon, Diana. In addition, Moonstone has also been called "The Stone of the Traveler", which is said to protect those who travel at night, especially at sea. **Starry Commitment**❖ The goods are Natural natural products, non-synthetic products, similar stones and imitations,**full refund of the fakes**.