Make a wish and feel lucky with this four leaf clover ring. It’s available in a clear/gold or clear/silver setting with rhinestones. Try it on and see if it brings you luck. This would be a great St. Patrick’s Day Ring. This clover ring is from Forever 21:
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In Black Swan, Mila Kunis plays a character who wears one very specific pair of earrings. And I ADORE these earrings! Oh man. Too bad they’re almost $200.00! They are the Silver Long Leaf Earrings that cost $185.00 from Me&Ro. Aren’t they so edgy and cool? A great tip about long earrings is that they lengthen the face by making your eyes look at the face vertically, moving up and down.
With a delicate leafy design in an intricate style, this ring looks so exquisite. But it looks even more classy because the sterling silver and the black rhodium inky stones complement so well. Diamonds complete it.
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From the 1940’s comes this antique aquamarine ring made with hand cut diamonds, a prong set aquamarine gem (which measures 10 mm tall x 8 mm wide), sterling silver and marcasites in leaf shapes. It’s important to know that, sadly, this ring is not adjustable and is a fixed size 7 3/4″. I think it’s a beautiful, elegant antique ring.
You can buy this antique aquamarine ring at this link to Great Vintage Jewelry.
Made of Mexican sterling silver, this beautiful nature ring features two leaf images. The leaves themselves are made of cut abalone shell inlay, which has a great shine to it. Little hand carved marks around the edges of the leaves are really cool, and some of them are actually little inlays of stone, as well. This ring is inexpensive, for under $20.
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Bringing an Art Deco flair into your style, this ring, made from resin cabochon and agate, makes a very bold statement. The red itself is already noticeable, but the ring’s size and shape makes it even more distinctive. It’s also accented with palm leaf and pave rhinestones.
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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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It may look delicious, but don’t take a bit out of this “Ring of Knowledge” apple ring! It features a golden stem and rhinestone leaf. The apple itself is plastic. It’s a very fun accessory, perfect for bookworms, teachers, or even people who love the color red.
Today I decided we should focus on cocktail rings, but not just any kind of cocktail ring, oh no. Crystal cocktail rings. And not any ol’ type of crystal – Swarovski Crystal! I’ve found five rings that range in type from being handmade crystal rings, to rings under 50 dollars. I love crystal rings because they look great, hardly ever look cheap if you’ve got a smart eye (I do, stick with me!) and they’re less expensive than diamond rings. My favorite pick would be the red cocktail ring, second one down. It’s gorgeous. Sigh. (Happy sigh!)