I’m always on the look-out for new feather rings, especially sterling silver variations. This one is a true beauty. I love the way the feathers wrap around the finger, and how you can twist it in lots of different ways to show different parts of the ring. The ring is hand carved and made of sterling silver which is then oxidized and hand polished. It can also be made with gold. Finally, this ring is a unisex ring – perfect for men or female. We don’t see enough of those!
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The center of this ring is carved with a gorgeous center featuring ornate handcrafting. It’s embellished with crystals and brown freshwater pearls to boot. The ring looks classic and elegant. Approx. setting dimensions: 1 1/2″W x 1 3/4″H. Approx. band width: 1/2″.
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There’s nothing tacky about this single clover ring by designer Jessica Fields. Instead of the predictable green color, you have a clover made of four diamonds, accent in 18k yellow gold. It’s simple and sweet, a casual ring that you can wear almost anywhere.
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Here’s the 2×4 ring which resembles wood with intricate wood grain detailing. There is a diamond in the ring – cleverly working as the knot in a tree. You can get this as a solid 14k gold ring, or in gold vermeil or oxidized sterling silver. You can also get it made without the diamond, if you just want it to be simpler.
This ring is from Digby & Iona, from their
Wide, large and nature inspired, this ring really does remind me of Pocahontas (for which the ring is named). It has oxidized sterling silver elements (leaf and balls), a silver mesh ring band, and a large turquoise stone in a serated bezel setting. It’s entire handmade, and there’s a lot of work that clearly went into this ring.
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Want a Zodiac Sign ring that’s unique? Consider these! Every ring is custom made to order, which is nice. You’ll get a cameo base which is black, and a silver-plated adjustable ring band. The illustration will be made for you, based on your zodiac sign. There will be diamond glaze over the image, but you won’t want to shower with this ring on – keep it safe!
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When Albert died in 1861, Queen Victoria took to all black jewelry during her mourning phase. Mourning jewelry was popular already – such as rings with human hair inside of them, or initials. But now they became even more popular.
Victoria’s mourning jewelry included jet rings aka black amber rings. Jet was a popular item found in mourning rings because it is black. Jet is fossilized coal or driftwood, and it it found in Whitby, England. It looks like black glass.
Mourning rings were a popular sort of Victorian ring. They kept the memory of the deceased alive, an
14k white gold, diamonds and the rare blue Tanzanite make up this ring with features a cross and heart symbol. The hearts are cut-out of the cross symbol, combining two powerful images. This ring is by Apples of Gold who say, “The genuine, natural tanzanite in the center represents God’s Holy Spirit.”
Playful yet elegant, this ring, you wouldn’t believe is actually inspired from a classic beach ball. The piece is chunky and the stripes bold and graphic. The ring is accented with gold setting, thus lending a touch of mod and class.
shiny resin; clear faceted resin shiny 12-karat gold plated hardware imported
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Simple in design, but big in impact. This ring has a 14k polished band, and white diamonds. Because of it’s petite nature, it is perfect to stack with other gold or diamond rings. “Whether you stack it with others or wear it alone, this 14k Two Tone Diamond Tear Drop Stackable Ring will be cherished forever.” We think this is the most perfect accessory for any style choice.