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Ring Details

Ring Style: Great Salt Bay

Item#: G2568

Precious Metal: 14K Yellow Gold

Gem: .82 carat Blue Sapphire (7x5mm)
Diamonds: 6 = .36 carat total

 

Ring Sizing & Delivery Time The majority of our rings are size 6.5 to start. Remarkably, this size fits 30% of all women perfectly. If you would like this ring made to a specific size, please allow two weeks for delivery. We will call or email you when it’s ready to ship.

If You Need it Faster – select “No Sizing Yet, Ship Right Away” in the finger size selection box. We will ship the ring in its present size. You will have it in a few days, boxed, bowed and ready for presentation.

After receiving your ring, if you find it needs additional adjustment, give us a call and we will mail you a special set of ring sizers and a free prepaid return label to send the ring back to us for final sizing. Read more about ring sizing.

Great Salt Bay Blue Sapphire & Diamond Ring

Item #: G2568

Great Salt Bay Blue Sapphire & Diamond Ring   Great Salt Bay is at the end of the tidal estuary of the Damariscotta River which runs past Pemaquid and Boothbay 18 miles inland under the bridge between Newcastle and Damariscotta, Maine. It was along the banks of the river that Native Americans fished millions of oysters from the river.  For thousands of years they piled the shells in the forest and fields above where the bridge is today creating one of the largest shell heaps in the world. A mysterious ancient artifact called the plummet was found along the river in Damariscotta. Said to be a fish line sinker or a net weight, the bottle cap top of this and most plummets, would preclude its practical use as a fish line weight as the cap is too small to securely hold to a line. Too much work went into the making of the piece to justify its use as a sinker. Plummets were made in Maine and across America for over a thousand years. Follow this link for a summery speculation by a Maine medium sharing her interpretation of the true uses and purposes for plummets. Great salt Bay was the site of a gathering of the tribes where hundreds if not thousands gathered for the great spring migration of alewives at Damariscotta Falls. Our blue sapphire represents the Great Salt Bay. The blue sapphire and one diamond symbolize the plummet, the three graduated diamonds in the east and west wings represent the dual water courses and cascading water coming from Damariscotta Lake into Great Salt Bay. The gold represents this amazingly productive life-giving body of water.


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Ring Details

Ring Style: Great Salt Bay

Item#: G2568

Precious Metal: 14K Yellow Gold

Gem: .82 carat Blue Sapphire (7x5mm)
Diamonds: 6 = .36 carat total

 

Ring Sizing & Delivery Time The majority of our rings are size 6.5 to start. Remarkably, this size fits 30% of all women perfectly. If you would like this ring made to a specific size, please allow two weeks for delivery. We will call or email you when it’s ready to ship.

If You Need it Faster – select “No Sizing Yet, Ship Right Away” in the finger size selection box. We will ship the ring in its present size. You will have it in a few days, boxed, bowed and ready for presentation.

After receiving your ring, if you find it needs additional adjustment, give us a call and we will mail you a special set of ring sizers and a free prepaid return label to send the ring back to us for final sizing. Read more about ring sizing.

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Great Salt Bay

Blue Sapphire & Diamond Ring

 

Great Salt Bay is at the end of the tidal estuary of the Damariscotta River which runs past Pemaquid and Boothbay 18 miles inland under the bridge between Newcastle and Damariscotta, Maine. It was along the banks of the river that Native Americans fished millions of oysters from the river.  For thousands of years they piled the shells in the forest and fields above where the bridge is today creating one of the largest shell heaps in the world.

A mysterious ancient artifact called the plummet was found along the river in Damariscotta. Said to be a fish line sinker or a net weight, the bottle cap top of this and most plummets, would preclude its practical use as a fish line weight as the cap is too small to securely hold to a line. Too much work went into the making of the piece to justify its use as a sinker.

Plummets were made in Maine and across America for over a thousand years. Follow this link for a summery speculation by a Maine medium sharing her interpretation of the true uses and purposes for plummets.

Great salt Bay was the site of a gathering of the tribes where hundreds if not thousands gathered for the great spring migration of alewives at Damariscotta Falls.

Our blue sapphire represents the Great Salt Bay. The blue sapphire and one diamond symbolize the plummet, the three graduated diamonds in the east and west wings represent the dual water courses and cascading water coming from Damariscotta Lake into Great Salt Bay. The gold represents this amazingly productive life-giving body of water.

Prompt free delivery is offered on all purchases shipped to mailing addresses within the United States.

Purchases under $1,000 are shipped free FedEx (please allow 4 business days for delivery). Upgraded to expedited delivery for $20.

Purchases over $1,000 are shipped free overnight. A signature is required on delivery.

Need a delivery to arrive on a specific day? Ask, we can arrange that. Would it be more convenient to deliver to your business address or directly to the recipient? We can do that too.

By providing us your e-mail address, you will receive tracking information on the progress of your delivery once it is shipped.

Free Shipping Details

Orders Under $1,000 – Ship Free FedEx to arrive within 4 business days. Upgrade to overnight for $20.

Orders Over $1,000 – Ship Free FedEx Overnight or US Post Office Express. A signature is required on delivery.

Returns/Exchanges

Any purchases you make on or after February 20th, through March, April, May and June 2021, we are extending our Cross return or exchange date to the 4th of July, 2021 or 30 days beyond your purchase date, whichever gives you more time.

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