This Ring is part of a new direction that I have branched out in to reuse my scrap silver, refine it and cast it into something beautiful and organic. This ring is not your standard band and inherent in the ring are some of the little bumps and markings inherent in Sand casting. This ring is 11.70 grams in weight and would make a good choice for either man or woman to wear. It is minimalist in design and has a horizontal stripe of gold fused and polished into the surface of the ring. The stone is an extraordinary stone as it demonstrates full color change in incandescent and fluorescent lighting. In the sun it is a mossy green color and in fluorescent lighting it is a lavish deep pink reminiscent of a tourmaline. The photos do not do the stone justice and although I took the pictures in various lights I was not able to adequately portray the stone. The stone is a round fully faceted .40 cwt stone 4mm in diameter. The design is a departure from my more antique look and is more of an industrial chic look. I simply adore this ring. It would make a great addition to your wardrobe. The highly polished silver is stunning. The ring is sized at 7-3/4 and fits a finger 7.5 due to the width of the ring.