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On Sale! Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring
  • Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring

Silver Labradorite Dragon's Claw Ring

  • .925 Sterling silver
  • Nickel free
  • Genuine labradorite gemstone
  • Available in whole sizes 6-12
  • Approximately 3/4" wide
RSS-G100 - Sterling Silver
$85.00 - SAVE 25%! Now $63.75
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Imagine what it would feel like to have a dragon as your guardian spirit. Would you fight more fiercely for what you hold dear? Would you feel more powerful and more fearless as you contend with the challenges in your life? Would you seek out rare and precious treasures to possess? What aspects of dragon nature do you wish to embody?

This magnificent Dragon Claw Ring is just what you need as you pursue your aspirations. With its spectacular labradorite gemstone clutched in its talons, this is a ring that will touch your emotions every time you slip it on your finger, making you feel bolder, braver, and more noble than ever before.

The Dragon's Claw Ring is made of sterling silver, and measures approximately 3/4" wide. The gemstone it holds is a genuine labradorite cabochon, that shifts between blue and smoky grey as the light strikes it. The Silver Dragon's Claw Ring is available in sizes 6-12, whole sizes only.

Where does labradorite come from?
Labradorite was first discovered in Labradore, Newfoundland, in Canada. There is a legend that says that long ago, mysterious lights were trapped inside the stones along the rocky Canadian shoreline. A warrior saw their plight, and freed them by striking the stones with his spear. Most of the lights escaped to the sky, and became the Northern Lights, and those that remained trapped became bits of labradorite gemstones.

That's a beautiful gemstone! Why isn't it used more often in jewelry?
The raw material is abundant, but labradorite is difficult to cut and polish in such a way that it reveals the rich iridescent colors in its depths. That characteristic sheen, or "schiller", is most often shades of violet, green, and blue, although other colors may be seen.

Would this be considered "biker" jewelry?
I guess that would depend on whether a biker was wearing it or not :-) Seriously though, biker rings are typically men's rings that are a little more bulky and a lot more badass than your run-of-the-mill jewelry. And in that case, yes, this ring would definitely qualify.

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