Pop Stacking Rings Take II

When we first introduced our Pop Stacking Rings, it turned out to be a popular choice given its versatility, choice of gemstones and of course its price point.

A few months ago, we introduced another variation on the original Pop Stacking Ring, which had a smaller gemstone. One we called the Teeny Pop Stacking Ring, which featured a 2mm or 3mm gemstone with the gemstone options being Cubic Zirconia, Moonstone, Black Onyx and Smokey Topaz.

Over the past few months, we have had several requests and customisations for additional types of gemstones and other sizes of gemstones. It did get a bit confusing on our part, keeping up with the 2mm, 3mm, 6mm (the original) and now a 4mm sized gemstones!

With that in mind, we have condensed everything and now we have 3 options for the Pop Stacking Rings:

  1. Pop Stacking Ring – featuring a 6mm gemstone
  2. Teeny Pop Stacking Ring – featuring a 4mm gemstone
  3. Teeny Tiny Pop Stacking Ring – featuring a 2mm or 3mm gemstone

Curious how they stack up? Have a look!

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Teeny Tiny Pop Stacking Ring with 2mm Moonstone, Teeny Tiny Pop Stacking Ring with 3mm Cubic Zirconia, Teeny Pop Stacking Ring with 4mm Red Garnet and Pop Stacking Ring in Rose Quartz

It’s always fun mixing things up with different sized gemstones. Bored in a meeting? Twiddle your thumbs and change the placement or ordering of your Pop Stacking Rings!

 

Product Details

  • Gemstone Choices: Black Onyx, Blue Topaz, Citrine, Cubic Zirconia (only in 2mm/3mm option), Red Garnet, Green Onyx, Iolite, Moonstone, Peridot, Purple Amethyst, Rhodolite, Rose Quartz, Smokey Topaz
  • Hand crafted in 925 Silver, or with 18K Gold Plating of Choice
  • Shape Choices: Round or Square (only for 6mm)
  • Setting Choices: Bezel (closed frame) or Claw
  • Also available as Pop Ear Studs (only for 4mm and 6mm sized gemstones)

 

Please note that due to the unique natural of natural gemstones, no two are ever completely alike. Your stones may appear slightly different from those used in featured images.

Candy Drop Earrings

Here at Potato and Stones, we are huge fans of the Duchess of Cambridge’s style. We love how she mixes and matches high fashion with high street brands. Most importantly, we love that she’s not afraid to re-wear her clothes or jewelry.

We can’t pinpoint which exact piece of the Duchess’ jewelry that we love, but her gold hoops with interchangeable gemstone earrings come in amongst our top picks.

With that in mind, we decided to create our Candy Drop Earrings. You can wear just the earrings alone or pair them with the detachable Candy Drops to create a two in one look.

We offer 2 earring styles for this look:

  • Hooks
  • Hoops

Please note that the eyelet attachment for the Candy Drops will be crafted specifically for each earring style, hence a Candy Drop crafted for the Hoop style will not fit the Hook style and vice versa.

 

Product Details

  • Gemstone Choices: Available upon request
  • Crafted in 925 Silver, or with 18K Gold Plating of Choice with Cubic Zirconia or in 18K Gold of Choice with Diamonds
  • Earring Choices: Hooks or Hoops (inner diameter of 11mm)

 

Rhodolite Garnet

The Garnet family comprises of differently coloured minerals with similar crystal structure and chemical composition. Some of the representatives of the Garnet family are Pyrope, Almandite, Spessartite and Grossularite.

The name Garnet is derived from the Latin word for grain due to its rounded crystals and similarity to the red seed covers of a pomegranate.

Garnets come in a variety of colours including yellow, orange and green. The most widely known colour of Garnet would be dark red. When the term “Garnet” is used, it is usually connotative of the dark red form. Other colour Garnets are usually given more descriptive gemstone terms such as the Tsavorite Garnet.

While we appreciate all types of Garnets, including the fiery looking Spessartite Garnet, we personally have a soft spot for the rose-red Garnet known as Rhodolite Garnet.

Rhodolite Garnets have a lighter tone and more purplish colour than typical Garnet gemstones. It is often regarded as a variety of the mineral Pyrope.

 

Product Details

  • Rhodolite Garnet
  • Crafted in 925 Silver, or with 18K Gold Plating of Choice, or in 18K Gold

 

Kyanite

When we first stumbled upon Kyanite, we were in awe of its extraordinary blue colour, which made it very similar to Blue Sapphire.

Until the discovery of Kyanite in Nepal over 20 years ago, Kyanite had traditionally been mined in countries such as Brazil, Cambodia, Myanmar, Switzerland, Russia, Kenya, and certain parts of the United States. However, Kyanite from these sources tend to have grayish tones and little transparency.

Kyanite recently mined from Nepal have however, been of high quality and have produced exceptional blue colour and transparency.

Each Nepalese Kyanite that we have has been specially selected, ensuring we bring to you the same exceptional blue colours that Nepalese Kyanite has become known for.

 

Product Details

  • Nepalese Kyanite
  • Crafted in 925 Silver, or with 18K Gold Plating of Choice, or in 18K Gold