Now here’s a ring that looks like it could be at home in a museum. This is a stately pieces for sure. The statement ring shows a horse and a rider. It’s made from brass (the horse) and silver (soldier). What’s great is that the solider is moveable. Well, it’s either great or incredibly annoying… I’m not sure which you’d find it. I’d find it the latter. If you’re still interested then
Category Archives: Animal Rings
Quite an appropriate ring to give to your beloved, this piece features two love doves perched atop its band. It’s done in antique gold, to almost silver, delivering character and style. The piece is from Marc by Marc Jacobs.
You can get this from Nordstrom.
A fun and funky vintage piece from the collection of Betsey Johnson. This ring features a charming locket where a gold-tone cat is its main attraction, where it’s actually a locket. The cat is laden with rhinestone and rose-quartz in its body. The band is made to stretch and fit any finger size.
You can get this from Zappos.
Beetles are usually creepy but this Kenneth Jay Lane creation is one that will captivate you. It’s made of 22k god plating with a smooth resin body and crystal accents. The piece is an excellent and uniquely designed accessory.
You can get this from Zappos.accent,
There’s a reason girls like unicorns. They’re just so awesome, cute and cool. This ring is a find for under 30 dollars. Made by Freedom an sold at Topshop, find this unicorn ring:
There was a time when elephant icons were trendy and fashionable. While that’s not the case now, this ring still exudes its own style and statement. Created by Vera Balyura, a Ukranian designer, this ring features a sculptured elephant head that is inspired by the designer’s grandfather’s woodcarved pieces. Supported by a thin brass brand, this piece is a funky find.
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I’ve found just what you need to brighten up your day. A cutie little white owl ring will perk you right up. You can’t afford not to own it. This ring is made of enamel and is a find for rings under 10 dollars. This has an adjustable band. There’s white and gold coloring on this little buddy. Find this owl ring at Ruche: Here
This panda ring is absolutely adorable. He (or she) is sitting upon a little path of grass. The scientific name for Panda is Ailuropoda melanoleuca (hard to pronounce, much?) and it means “black and white cat-footed animal.” Panda’s live in the mountains of China and Northern Vietnam. And now….on your finger! It’s true that pandas tend to be vegetarians and eat bamboo. So it would be cute if you paired this panda ring with a bamboo ring! Check out our collection of favorite
From Brune & Woehlke come this Animal Collection of rings. Click picture to enlarge. You get not just a frog ring but a frog prince! Then a playful sea turtle, a seal balancing a ball on his nose, a pig with a pink apple in his mouth (oh no, don’t eat him!) and then two different types of hippos who both have opened their jaws to reveal a gemstone. Find them all: Here
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