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This is a handmade sterling silver ring with a beautiful Number 8 turquoise cabochon.  The turquoise is reminiscent of the green elf cup fungi (Chlorociboria aeruginascens) growing on old dead logs deep in the forest. The band is stamped with the lotus and hamsa.



  • Size: 7.75 (Size P 1/2 Aus & UK).
  • Dimensions: Face is 25 mm (0.98") wide x 34 mm (1.3") tall at the widest points

  • Band is 15 mm wide (0.59") with a scallop for comfit down to approx 5 mm (0.19")
  • Stamped band
  • Materials: sterling silver and Number 8 Mine turquoise cut by Daniel Ruvalcaba USA
  • Weight: 23 grams
  • Please note: Sizes listed is US size on the mandrel. Due to the width and thickness of the silver we recommend you purchase a ring 1/2 US size larger than your ring size (approximately) to compensate.  See Sizing for more information.
  • Packaging: This ring comes in a uniquely engraved beautiful box by Mountain Cut Studio. The boxes are designed and constructed from Australian Hardwood and made entirely on our farm.


Our work is organically created and made to last lifetimes.

Green Elf Cup Ring Size 7.75

SKU: R22048
  • We ship all over the world, fully tracked, insured and packed with love!

  • Our pieces are unique, designed and handcrafted one at a time

  • We believe strongly in providing ethically created pieces using quality sources of metal and stones, with an environmentally friendly approach to our business. You can view our philosphy here. 

  • All our jewellery is made from 100% recycled sterling silver.  We melt down scrap silver and form the sheet and wire required.

  • If we are unable to fabricate, we order 100% recycled sterling and pure silver from Palloys in Australia. View Palloys environmental policy here. 

  • All turquoise and other gemstones used in our work is sourced from reputable stone cutters and dealers, and where possible we list the source.

  • If you would like any additional information about a particular piece, shipping rates or our policies please do not hesitate to contact Sky at

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