Category Archives: Designer Rings

Becky Kelso Rings – The Top 6 Worth Seeing!

Practically perfect as a pink beauty!

Both graceful and artistic, Becky Kelso rings are laden with beauty.

But it’s not just a traditional appreciation for antique ring designs that Becky brings to her designs. She’s also well-traveled to exotic locations, and very savvy about pop culture. Her website says:

Kelso’s various collections showcase artful and timeless pieces that reveal influences gathered from her travels to Morocco, Asia, and Turkey. Each intricate design retains a classic antique aesthetic, but is overall organic, imaginative, and modern.

Perhaps that’s why these rings

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The Best Todd Reed rings for daily fashion – Unique rings for women

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Are Todd Reed rings feminine? Yes. Are they…dainty? Not on your life! Below you’ll see my very favorite Todd Rings that are unique and totally worth a place on one of your fingers. You can find any of them on the Todd Reed website. …Let the style showcase begin!

The Non-Tudor

Instantly I think of Natalie Dormer in The Tudors. Now, this is probably not at all a Tudor style ring, but the cross shape is kind

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Larimar Jewelry – Rings by MarahLago are gorgeous

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With Australian Black Opal

This rare gemstone from the Caribbean captivated me during a trip down in Florida. Let me tell you about it…it’s called Larimar.

Anabella NecklaceWith Blue Sapphire

What is Larimar? A light blue gemstone, similar in color to chalcedony. Volcanic forces that shaped the Caribbean are what created Larimar. But no one had seen it until 1974, when a local saw it, as t had traveled from river to sea. The local named it after his daughter, Larissa and the Spanish wor

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5 Popular Enamel Rings from Max and Chloe right now!

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I happen to adore enamel rings, especially because they gave give your jewelry a nice pop of color aka poc! Below, I went to one of my favorite online jewelry shops (Max and Chloe) and found five that are popular with the other shoppers, and me. Check them out below!

Enamel Rings to Love

Rane Brass Turquoise Beetle Ring About: This turquoise enamel beetle is exotic and such an attention-grabber! I know you might not think, ‘hey I want to wear a BUG on my finger today’ but look how cool

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13 best pieces of Jamie Cassavoy Jewelry you MUST see!

Isn't this pretty flower ring just a show-stopper?

Jamie Cassavoy sells jewelry under the label “Cassavoy & Company.” The tagline is so spot-on: “By nature, handmade for you.” You can so clearly see the CRAFT work in the jewelry, jut as you can see the influence of nature. I immediately fell in love with almost every piece. But I settled on my very favorite. First I tried to contain it to ten pieces. But I expanded this to 13 because … well, look! It’s just all so beautiful and romantic and fairyland-ish. That’s totally my thing. Now the question becomes…is it also yours?

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The 7 Sarah Blaine rings rings you must see!

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Want to be a modern day Disney princess who’s as much a heroine as she is beautiful in a twirly ballgown? Well, that’s how I feel about these Sara Blaine rings. They’re not TOO dainty or precious, but they’re still so worthy of your personal fairytale. I love the details (the metal work on the ring bands and shoulders look like vines, and swirls, and it’s just generally gorgeous) and the choice of gemstones like pretty peridot and powerful black onyx.

Sarah Blaine Rings

To see any specific ring and purchase it, click the link that says “CLICK.” Enjo

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The 8 Charlene K rings you must see!

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If I had to describe these Charlene K rings in a summed up way….I’d probably fail because there’s too much to say, and there’s A LOT of variety in these designs. You’ve got a lot of sparkle from the druzy rings. And druzy? So very popular right now. But you’ve also got some really jagged shapes of gemstones (like a tropical blue turquoise or emerald green jasper) that are a major pop of high-intensity color. Yet there’s also drama with a gold nugget of a ring that’s looks spackled by textures, or a large slab of black onyx.

I love the c

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The 7 unusual Luisa Bruni rings you must see (Designer Spotlight)

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I have to admit that as pieces of jewelry to wear, I probably would never opt to wear a Luisa Bruni ring, unless it was her “Miniplink” or “Minisplash” minimal water drop pieces. Anyway, why wouldn’t I? It’s because they’re mostly all so kooky that they go past Helena Bonham Carter disheveled red carpet weirdness and straight to the obtuse levels of Bjork’s swan dress. HOWEVER, I think that as we examine all these different kinds of jewelry on Ring O Blog, we definitely can’t overlook the work that Bruni is doing. She’s talented, a

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The most gorgeous rose rings ever! | Jenny Sueyoun Kim designs

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Wake up and smell the beauty! Okay guys, are you ready for the most beautiful rose rings you’ve ever seen? Because the bar is high! You’re ready? You are? And you’re sure? Super sure? And you just want me to get on with it? Heh. Well! Then it’s time to look at The Etsy shop JennyKim.  Because it is from that shop that artistic jewelry mistress, Jenny Kim, sells her hand-sculpted  original jewelry that is adorned with beautiful floral motifs.

It was just happenstance that cause

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5 Digby and Iona Rings You Gotta See! (Designer Spotlight)

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Looking for rings that stand out with elegance and a twist or originality? Then take a look at these Digby and Iona rings.

We start off with an oldie-but-a-goodie, the tree stump ring. When it comes to being unusual, this ring wins. Don’t you love the idea of retro lovers carving initials into wood being taken to new heights? Well, I do. And I never liked the idea of carving into tree bark because 1.) That meant you had to have a knife, which worries me about what kind of lover you’ve taken! an 2.) Carving into bark is hurting the tree! I know, I’m a bit of an anxio

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