TEMPLE OF THE SUN
The Halia Ring is a stacking ring resplendent with Peridot and London Blue Topaz set into a polished 18k gold vermeil band.
This ring is named after a nereid, or sea nymph, native to Rhodes. The sparkling blue-green gemstones transport us to sun-drenched days amid the soothing waters of the Rhodian coastline.
Available Sizes - 6, 7, 8
All of our Jewellery is hand-made according to the highest quality and our craftsmen are certified to meet global standards of environmental and social responsibility. Each piece of jewellery comes in its own luxury Temple of the Sun wallet.
Peridot has been used in jewellery by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks and Romans who revered this gemstone as a symbol of the Sun. Peridot radiates feelings of inner warmth, wellbeing and positivity.
Blue Topaz is believed to ease communication, encouraging heartfelt expression. Its serene and soothing energy is thought to boost confidence and establish boundaries rooted in love. Blue Topaz has traditionally been associated with friendship and the Ancient Romans believed it could facilitate reconciliation.
To maintain the lustre of your 18K gold vermeil jewellery, rinse in cold water and gently pat dry with a soft 100% lint-free cotton or microfibre cloth. Avoid drying with tissue or paper towels as this will scratch the gold.
Remove gemstone jewellery before engaging in activities that may cause damage and avoid wearing with clothes that have loose threads or abrasive textures, to prevent snagging. Gemstone jewellery can be gently scrubbed with a soft-bristled or baby-sized toothbrush coated in warm, soapy water to dislodge any dirt.
Temple of the Sun rings are some of our favourite pieces, and being on our hands exposes them to the most wear and tear. To ensure the gold lustre remains golden and bright it is important to remove your rings each time we hand sanitise, apply makeup, cosmetics, shower, swim and even cook. Gold vermeil, like all non-solid gold, is designed to fade over time so our beloved rings need the most attention and care out of all.