If you’re new to astrology, like me, I’ll give you a quick run down on what that means. Let’s start from the beginning. There are 12 star signs of the Zodiac, which is a diagram used by astrologers to represent the positions of the planets and the stars. The twelve Western signs, which you are likely familiar with- Aries (March 21-April 19), Taurus (April 20-May 20), Gemini (May 21-June 20), Cancer (June 21-July 22), Leo (July 23- Aug 22), Virgo (Aug 23- Sept. 22), Libra (Sept. 23- Oct. 22), Scorpio (Oct. 23- Nov. 21), Sagittarius (Nov. 22- Dec. 21), Capricorn (Dec. 22- Jan. 19), Aquarius (Jan. 20- Feb. 18) and Pisces (Feb. 19 - March 20) - were named after constellations in the sky.
There is a widely held belief that the location of the planets and stars at the time of a person’s birth, can determine character traits, relationship patterns and even predict the course of an individual’s life. This forecasting extends to general earthly and human events as well. An experienced astrologer can study the movements and positions of the celestial bodies and interpret their influence on the world, giving us our daily, monthly and yearly horoscopes. That brings us back to where we are now: Aries Season.
The start of Aries season brings us into a major transition period. We are leaving the drudgery of Winter behind and heading towards a more fruitful Spring. This is a time for growth and fertility. Maybe you’re growing your family, planting seeds to live a more sustainable life or starting a new work project.
Aries are known as one of the stronger signs of the zodiac. They are brave, courageous, even fearless in the face of danger. You can always count on an Aries to bring passion and fire to the table. They are confident, bold, and optimistic- never one to turn down a challenge. Long story short, they bring the energy and get things done.
I chose a few pieces from the Valley Rose Collection that will help you tap into that Aries energy.
A celestial bar necklace that features an outline of the real Cassiopeia Constellation which is the "seated queen". Studded with six glowing “stars”, this versatile dainty necklace is made by casting ethical diamonds, the Aries birthstone, into the molten gold to create an organic and unique look. The Cassiopeia Constellation was named after Cassiopeia from Ancient Greek mythology. She was a queen who was tied to her chair and cast to the heavens as punishment by Poseidon for her vanity.
This cosmic stacking band is hand carved and has a martian landscape texture. It was inspired by our neighbor Mars, the ruling planet of Aries. This is an understated, minimalist ring, perfect for the no-fuss Aries. It can also be used as an alternative wedding band.
This stunning statement ring features a cluster of ethical diamonds, Aries birthstone, in a celestial crown silhouette. Inspired by nebulas, which are the clouds of dust and gas responsible for creating the stars. The ring is bold and statement-making, perfect for an intergalactic queen.
A classic coin pendant that features radiating embedded ethical diamonds. It is reminiscent of ancient buried treasure and named after Helios, the Ancient Greek god of the sun. Representing the center of life and light, the Helios necklace is a powerful talisman reminding us of our strength and power.
A new take on the classic infinity wedding band inspired by celestial silhouettes. This cosmic bridal ring features an asymmetrical arrangement of gemstones in a random galaxy-like halo suspended on a thin band. The stones are cast in place and set with our hand formed prongs.
These right to the point triangle constellation earrings will channel your inner star child. Inspired by the Summer Triangle constellation and the element fire, the Vega earrings will bring the heat. The Vega studs feature a rustic texture and a three point constellation for a delicate flattering sparkle.
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Given all these current issues it can be very confusing (and stressful) to sort through and shop for a responsibly & ethically sourced engagement ring or wedding band. There is a lot of terminology out there but I’m here to let you know which materials to look for that will actually make a difference in ensuring your forever symbol of love is truly “conflict-free” “ethical” and “eco-friendly”.
Print and download this handy chart to find your ring size. Make sure you use exactly 8.5"x11" letter paper. You can use a string or a piece of paper and wrap around your finger or nuckle to measure the circumference and match to your size.
Follow this chart to see where the necklace will fall. All necklace sizes are described on the product pages. We suggest getting a piece of string and measuring necklace on your neck to ensure best fit.