When I was a little kid, I used to wrap and tie a wild flower stem around my finger, pretending it is a ring. As an adult, it was time to upgrade to something more comfortable that will last (and leave the wild flowers to enjoy the fields).
Hand made using responsibly sourced sterling silver alloy and precious stones. Sapphire and ruby are different shades of the same mineral, called corundum. Technically, all corundum variations are called sapphires - that's why sapphires come in so many different colors. But bright deep juicy raspberry pink sapphires are more rare, and they are referred to as rubies. Corundum crystals are very durable, they rank #9 in hardness on Moh's scale (diamond is the only stone that's harder), making them excellent choice for rings.
FLORA "BRANCH". SILVER, SAPPHIRE OR RUBY
Choice of blue sapphire, white sapphire, or ruby