Sonora Sunrise Jewelry – Ana Silver Co
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Sonora Sunrise Jewelry

One of the most rare gemstones in nature, the Sonora Sunrise can be a revelation or anyone was looking for a unique jewelry setting. Combining the bright aqua green vibrancy of Chrysocolla against the bright red Cuprite, it's no small wonder why this stone can stop people in its tracks.

Indeed the vibrant colors of the Sonora Sunrise are a special surprise for a gym that's found in Mexico. Even though this gem is not quite as common as some of its Jasper cousins, it's still very expensive due to its rare nature and vivid colors.

The colors of this sunrise Jasper are often so vivid that many people believe they seemed to glow under a halogen light. Most of the stones require hand polishing to achieve its brilliance and to keep its bright appearance.

Found in the Millpillas Mine in Sonora Mexico, these gemstones are commonly used in necklace settings as well as southwestern pendants.

Ancient Indian civilizations use the stone to calm the nerves and to relieve stress and to bring about a sense of peace and those who did not have it. When you want the very best Sonora Sunrise jewelry there's fewer places to turn to than our professional team at Ana Silver Co.

Our vast selection of Sonora Sunrise stones are handcrafted by our talented artisans and culminate in the most stunning and unique Sonora Sunrise jewelry you will ever see. All of our Sonora Sunrise jewelry is made using only the finest 925 Sterling Silver. From Sonora Sunrise silver pendants, unique Sonora Sunrise silver rings, and dazzling Sonora Sunrise silver earrings, we have the selection you want.

Whether you are searching for the perfect gift for your special someone or looking to treat yourself, Ana Silver Co. has something for everyone! Our Sonora Sunrise silver earrings are hypo-allergenic, and you'll be hard pressed to match our Sonora Sunrise jewelry styling and prices. Come and check out what makes Ana Silver Co. the best jeweler in town today.