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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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Inka’s Aqua Blue Octopus & Fish Cocktail Ring

To someone who enjoys dressing up, this ring, designed with an octopus in aqua blue enamel and accented with colored stones and gold tone finish, is a real treat. The piece is made from brass metal, and sits some two inches high on the fingers. A piece like this is worn to punctuate an equally whimsical outfit.

You can get this from Fantasy Jewelry Box.

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Octopus Necklace Pendant Summer 2010 designed, carved and cast in NYC

We know you guys love octopus rings, but when we saw this octopus pendant…we had to share it. It’s creepy, but…you know! He seems like a big, strong, MEAN guy. This is a nautical necklace, maybe even a sailor back in the day would have worn it on a long chain. Best of all, it’s under 50 dollars.

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My Pet Octopus Ring

Those with quirky fashion sense will like this octopus ring. For such a feared creature, this one looks absolutely adorable and comes in antique gold or silver. It also has a matching necklace and cuff set.

You can get this ring at ModCLoth.

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Betsey Johnson ‘Under the Sea’ Octopus Ring

One would think this piece is a toy but it actually is quite a charming looking bejeweled ring from Betsey Johnson. It is handcrafted with sparkly eyes and bedazzled with Czech stones. The ring is made of metal and applied with 14k gold plating. I like the special detail with the tentacles actually catching a fish.

Approx. setting dimensions: 1 1/4″W x 1 3/4″H.

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Octopus Ring By Alkemie

Whimsical and edgy…I love the design of this ring. It features an octopus, which you don’t often see in ring designs. The detail is about 1.25″ long, very prominent indeed. The ring is hand-made, which makes it even impressive.

You can get this at Shopbop.

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Kenneth Jay Lane Turquoise Stone Octopus Ring

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First impressions: Rather than looking like just an octopus, the turquoise beads look like barnacles on something shaped like an octopus. Very interesting! The ring is made of: 22k gold plate, Swarvorski crystals, turquoise stones Available size(s): Self-Adjusts Your desired details: Available in black and silver, too. Celebrity inspiration: Taylor Momsen Price and Where to Buy: $136.60 on sale at my wardrobe

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Kenneth Jay Lane Pavé Octopus Ring

Certainly not fond of the design of this ring, but the colors make it all fun and funky. Made from 22k of electroplated gunmetal, the Octopus Ring is a trendy accessory that makes fashion statements complete.

A mysterious mollusk to wear on your finger, set with moody sapphire and amethyst crystals.

22k electroplated gunmetal Adjustable Made in USA

$150.00 Via

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My Pet Octopus Necklace!

Do you like octopus?  Well, here’s a cool My Pet Octopus Necklace to show off your passion for the underwater beasts.

Meet your new best friend! This cephalopod will swim along his sturdy chain while you go about your business, but the lobster claw clasp will keep him from floating too far. In stunning antique gold, this pendant is so charming that your friends will long for one of their own!

$14.99 via modcloth

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Octopus Ring!

Now you can grab one of these octopus rings, made from REAL octopus!

The Octopus is a symbol of Transformation and Regeneration. Because of its reputation of changing colors to match its backgrounds, the octopus is also known as the Master of Disguise. Octopuses also have the power to regenerate. If an octopus loses an arm in battle it can grow a new one. Some can even detach and arm to distract predators and then grow another! Don’t mess with the octopus because they can stun or kill you with one poisonous bite. The poison i

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