The Alexander Ring IV
Alexander the Great is said to have carried a large Chrysoprase on his belt, which he attributed to his great success and 11-year conquering streak. As legend goes, one day he was walking near a river when a snake startled him and bit the stone from the belt losing it in a river. It was said that he never won another battle after that.
No one knows if the legends are true, but this stone does have a glowing green warmth. This stone comes from the Marlborough area in Australia from where all the best Chrysoprase is mined. The ring has been electroformed in fine silver and plated in Rhodium.
- You are ordering this EXACT RING.
- There is only ONE available
- It is a size 8