|We are sure you all are aware that last week “Harry Potter” inspired Golden Snitch Ring went viral and the designer had to stop taking orders, thought she has resumed now. Designer of the ring clarifies that it’s not official merchandise and she did that very sweetly with a small poem on her website. The ring she designed comes in silver and gold with citrine, topaz, sapphire and moissanite stone options. Stones are all honey colored and band is texturized to resemble the Snitch’s famous wings.
||It’s not that she designed this ring recently but it started getting lot of attention after the ring image went viral. She is been designing this particular ring since last one year, and the attention she is getting now is unexpected for her. Right after ring went viral she admits that 90 percent of her orders are for this particular Snitch ring and she is very happy with the response. This is a classic example of how things change in this world driven by internet and social media.
So if you have an idea or a design in mind of ring that you want we can make it for you and who knows that can go viral in this internet and social media age. We are full service store and can handle any level of complex designs when it comes to custom work so drop by our store with your ideas and see how we work with you to bring your dream idea to real world.
Topaz, November’s primary birthstone, has one of the most confusing histories. The name is thought to have come from an island, Topazos, in the Red Sea, where both Topaz and Citrine were found. Since the two gems were alike in color they were often mixed up.
It’s known for its alleged healing properties. Topaz is reputed to increase understanding, strengthen breathing, prevent colds, enhance creativity, bring relaxation, control angry passions, restore energy, and aid in tissue regeneration.
Citrine is the yellow variety of quartz, with the color ranging from a pale yellow to golden, through bright orange to a dark reddish-brown orange (called “madeira).
It’s name was derived from the Latin word citrus, meaning “citron”. This gem combines a warm, attractive color with good wearability and a modern price- an unbeatable combination for many jewelry buyers.