Our Goddess Ring is a totem for mothers everywhere, and pays homage to the mother who touched our lives in the most tender and powerful way, Chris's aunt Vicki Wolfrum, who delivered our baby Marley into the world.
In Ancient Rome, people yet again commonly believed that the moonstone gemstone was formed from solidified moonlight. Presumably, the Roman goddess Diana, goddess of the moon, could be seen within the stone. Moonstone was also thought to bestow plenty of gifts to the one who possessed it: love, wisdom and good fortune, to name a few.
Moonstone is a crystal of many myths and legends. One famous legend from Vedic history talks about the battle between Vishnu and Bali, the demon god. When Vishnu broke Bali’s body into pieces, the parts that fell on Earth turned into different jewels. The sparkle in his eyes became “Chandrakanta" or what we now call moonstones.