A giant crescent moon shaped cultured freshwater pearl set in sterling silver.
'The Mermaid’s Moon'
Necklace version also available separately (see last image).
Please note that the pearls used in these rings are real freshwater pearls and so each will vary in shape, colour and setting. They will have lumps and bumps and inclusions, but their irregularities make them even more beautiful.
Please state your size in the notes section when you checkout or via email after you place your order. The pearls will either be set in a smooth or serrated bezel. If you have a preference please let me know.
Please allow up to 3 weeks to ship (although it is often sooner) as each piece is made to order exclusively for you.
Please note that I am unable to offer a refund or exchange on made to order, personalised, custom and reduced items unless they are faulty. Please feel free to contact me with any questions regarding this.
You can read more regarding order cancellations and returns here - http://www.thecoralgrove.com/returns-delivery
"She climbed the liquid staircase
Just to gaze at gleaming stars;
All she wanted was a wee one
To light up her fair boudoir.
A thousand times she spied them
Flash across the midnight sky;
She strained so high to catch one,
But the mermaid could not fly.
Exhausted with hard striving,
She lay back against the sea,
Rocking on the waves, gently,
As she rested peacefully.
The moon, climbing his set arc,
Saw her glist'ning on the foam;
At first sight so madly loved
Her, longing to take her home.
To lightly comb her flowing
Hair, he sent a small moonbeam,
Who tangled in her tresses
And woke her from her dream.
With a flash, her glitt'ring tail
Slapped the water and she fled,
Sliding down in the ocean,
Hiding in her pearl lined bed.
The moon, absent one moonbeam,
Wanders heaven, round and round,
Surveying seas and oceans,
Praying his mermaid is found.
Sometimes in the deep, dark pool
He sees a shining light start
Beneath the frothing billows,
And he clutches for his heart.
Forever in his orbit...
She, forever in the waves,
Her hair with his beam glowing,
All of love he ever gave".
Written by Faye Gibson