Jewelry Saving Lives offers elegant, gorgeous, handcrafted gemstone jewelry with 10% of its sales earmarked for animal rescue organizations, hence the name. Founder Paige is Texas-based and has an artist’s eye for creating jewelry that will last well beyond trends and current fashion and into the realm of timeless.
We love these classic raw emerald rings that complement every style:
JSL’s rings are lovingly hand-crafted, and are perfect for both the emerald-lover and the nature lover. They are each hand selected and cut to ensure that you’re receiving the best quality natural stone possible. These gemstones have not been treated in any way, and is exactly how you would discover them if you dug them up yourself. Since each is natural, it has it’s own unique veins, imperfections, and will vary in the depth and shades of green, rendering each as an original. You can indicate your shade preference in the notes section when ordering. Ideal for the celebrating St. Patrick’s Day this March, and for conjuring the luck o’the Irish!
Jewelry Saves Lives cuts these beautiful rings into a dainty 8-mm square and then sets them in a .925 sterling silver, gold filled, or solid gold setting — and the gold used is an ultra-vibrant color. A clear resin is placed on the bottom of the stone to ensure an even longer product life, and the ring is topped off with a polish, ensuring a beautiful natural ring that you can treasure and pass down to future generations.
See this ring in other gem stones HERE.
You can find matching earrings and necklaces, too. Emeralds are actually rarer and often more expensive than diamonds. When we think of rare and expensive gemstones, many immediately think of diamonds, yet emeralds are more than 20 times rarer than diamonds (and far more interesting, in my opinion).
Jewelry Saving Lives is dedicated to the environment, too. It utilizes eco-friendly business solutions such as 100% recycled materials, no plastics and no harmful chemicals. Support small businesses on etsy and businesses that care about society and the world at large and put that caring into practice.