The delicate details, the meticulous craftsmanship and the gorgeous art deco effect have given birth to this halo ring, the epitome of perfection. Made of rhodium plated fine 925 sterling silver. Features 1 carat round cut milk stone (6.5mm) in 4-prong setting. Accented with 0.18 ct.tw round cut cubic zirconia in pave setting. Band measures 2.5mm in width. Sizes 4-9 in full sizes. Add umbilical cord, ash or placenta powder and make a one of a kind keepsake to always remember your journey with your baby.
Your breast milk can be treated to feature different colors if you so choose. You can leave your milk in its natural state or choose from a variety of options. You can add either white glow or aqua glow powder, which will cause it to glow in the dark, but will not change the actual breast milk color. The milk itself can also be colored bright white, dark pink, light pink, dark purple, light purple, dark blue, light blue, dark yellow, light yellow, dark green or light green. Just as your breastfeeding journey is unique, your jewelry will be too!
While the pictures give you an idea of the finished product, the exact color may vary due to the nature of your breast milk. Breast milk is always changing to meet the needs of your baby and so the color changes along with the nutrients. This will make your jewelry one of a kind, meaning the overall color or swirls and dots that decorate and are preserved within the milk give your piece its own unique characteristics. There are many add-on options that you can choose to take advantage of with certain pieces, such as adding hair, umbilical cord, ash and placenta powder, but choose these carefully as they don't all complement each other and may make certain elements harder to see.
If you have questions on this, please contact me and I can help you pick elements that go well together. Once you place your order you will receive an automated e-mail to the address you list when ordering with instructions on how to ship your milk. For more information, view the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page by clicking here.