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Kenneth Jay Lane Facet Ring

This piece reminds me of the rings my late grandmother use to wear…but today, even someone as young and in her 20’s would look great in this. The vintage-looking piece is actually very trendy and I really love its striking blue color. Simple yet very striking, the ring is designed by Kenneth Jay Lane.

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Black Silver Tentacles Ring

Yes, those are octopus tentacles you see and yes, it’s designed as a ring. Interesting right? It shows a lot of creativity, spunk and uniqueness. The tentacles had been sculptured and was inspired from a real octopus the designer’s grandmother had saved.

The ring is made of recycled sterling silver, oxidized to look a bit darker.

You can get this from Shanalogic.

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Cheryl Lynn Half Diamond Circle Ring in Yellow Gold

While quite an elegant looking with its half diamond circle and yellow gold combination, this ring actually reminds me of round sliced pineapple, which makes me think of my grandmother. The piece is a nice accessory to have when you want to exude subtle class.

Metal: 18k yellow gold Width: 7/8 inches Stone: Diamonds Stone weight: .60 carats

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Ornate Casted Dome Ring

This ring is featured with a big faceted rhinestone in the center, as well as dozens of side rhinestone detailing. It’s going to be a perfect present for Mother’s Day or something your grandmother will definitely appreciate.

The design is timeless but it fits better on mature but ageless women.

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Diamond Accent Filigree Dome Ring

Classy two tone dome ring with filigree design, the ring is great to give as present for your mother or grandmother for the special occasion. You can get this ring at Newport News.

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Modern Archaic Ring!

Although this ring looks as if a piece of stone was simply drilled and attached to a ring, that’s what it is but you can appreciate the rock itself in its natural form.

Archaic: French archa├»que, from Greek archa├»kos, from archaios – of, relating to, or characteristic of an earlier or more primitive time.

I am intrigued by the duality of this ring, from the uneven, worn textures of the turquoise to the sleek, futuristic silver of the setting. The turquoise in this ring is rough and ridged, its panoply of greens peeking

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