You really need to see this ring in a larger picture (but I couldn’t save the larger version) to appreciate the detailed elegance this Doris Panos ring has. Because of the openwork detail around the diamonds this picture almost looks fuzzy, but that’s because this ring has a lot of depth. It’s a ring I could definitely see Cleopatra wearing. It has round-cut diamonds and openwork detailing in 14k gold.
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Three diamond stacking bands from Apples of Gold. These rings are 14k gold in white gold, rose gold, and yellow gold. There are 16 diamonds/ring meaning there are 48 diamonds total. Stackable rings are very popular right now because they are just so fun. You get to match things easily, while having them already provide variation. Stackable ring sets are a great option to invest in. Diamond Stacking Bands
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Stacking rings are fun, it’s as simple as that! This ring collection uses recycled silver, which we love. If you know someone who likes eco-friendly jewelry, this would be a perfect gift.
These three rings made of silver, gold, and diamonds look very subded/exotic to me. The bottom ring hints with a leopard print pattern, while the first ring reminds me of sturdy bamboo shoots. This chicly cool ring was created by Susan Chin and can be found at Artful Home.
Bottega Veneta did a wonderful dusty mauve dress for Fall 2009, and the model wore two sparkly rings. Mauve as the color for fall is perfect, even if purple was the color all over the 2009 Emmys. Mauve is romantic, but it can be darkly romantic. Accessorize your fall mauve with colorless jewelry with a nice amount of shine.
I love stackable rings because you automatically get a cool way to layer things and already know that they’ll match. Sometimes I feel hopeless about layering, otherwise! This ring is inspired by an apple orchard in Washington, and is made of peridot and smokey quartz. Stacking Rings
Picture yourself as the ultimate boho romantic. Wear a simple dark camisole under one of those long floral maxi dresses you have floating in your closet. Wear boots, and layer the entire thing with a long, big dark brown cardigan. If it’s actually vintage you get major points. Tousle your hair with waves like you’ve been at the beach contemplating philosophy, and then add on a million necklaces (in various lengt
Worn either as a single band or stacked together, this ring designed by Kim Alessi is crafted from 18k vermeil and crystals. It’s an understated display of opulence. Simple but classy.band
I was instinctively drawn to this ring. It’s gorgeous and so layered, but at the same time – I can see it being worn every day, for everything and anything. It’s the kind of ring that can become a second layer of your skin, melting into you (but not literally ’cause that’d be gross…) The ring consists of these elements:
# plain 18K yellow gold band (2 shown) # 18K yellow gold band with micropave set white diamonds
Love the choices of rich colors on the gem stones. They leave a really striking and colorful impression. Worn individually or stacked together, this ring makes a beautiful accessory for your everyday wear.
18k gold/semiprecious stone. By Marco Bicego; imported.