Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring
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Gold ‘Kiyomi’ Sea Glass Ring

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The ‘Kiyomi’ sea glass ring is a solid gold, fully closed ring featuring a piece of sea glass and a faceted white topaz gemstone that accents the gold band. Minimal in style, these rings make for a perfect everyday ring, or stacking accessory. 

Sea glass come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, making them so unique, and finding them all the more special!

White sea glass originates from items we still use today, such as food containers, liquor bottles, and Mason jars.

Lavender/purple sea glass is a bit more rare, many coming from Pre-World War I glass containing manganese, de-colorizing chemical used in clear glass. Some manganese decolorized bottles can date back to as early as the 1800’s and 1900’s. Over a period of many years the glass made with manganese turns lavender when exposed to sunlight. 

Seafoam green was a common glass color used for bottles such as Coca-Cola and fruit jars in the early 1900’s.

Darker green glass likely originated from wine and beer bottles we still use today. 

Blue sea glass shades come from vintage medical bottles such as Milk of Magnesia, vapor rub, and even poisons.



Care Instructions: These are solid 10k gold, which maintains its luster and shine quite naturally. If needed, you may polish gently with a polishing cloth.