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Bone Ring (Bronzed Raven)

This is a raven’s skull which is surprisingly supposed to be lightweight. It’s made from a cast of jeweler’s bronze which is similar to sterling silver. This ring was cast from an actual raven’s skull. “This little fellow is totally three dimensional, even the bottom has the detail of the original. Just under 1-1/4″ long, it is the perfect size to wear anywhere, anytime, even your boss will like it.” I mean, I’m not sure your BOSS will necessary like it for s

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Sterling Silver Meteorite Ring

You want a ring from outer space? You got it! Set onto sterling silver is 1 piece of genuine meteorite (23 x 20 mm). Pretty nifty, huh? This is from Tibet Shining, a place for unique rings like this one.  Click for more info on this ring.

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Watermelon Tourmaline Ring with 14k Gold

A gorgeous slice of watermelon for your finger? You can have it! “I don’t believe there is any better way to display the concentric colors of Watermelon Tourmaline than a slice. The rich pink heart and inky green exterior can both be seen; a simple 14k bezel acting as a third, equally luxurious layer.” This tourmaline ring resembles a geode ring, almost. I love it. It’s very unique.

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Watermelon Tourmaline Ring Big Diamond Cut Sterling Vermeil Sz 8.5 Fine Jewelry

The second picture I’m posting is the one that caught my eye with this ring, and I was like ‘wait, what is watermelon tourmaline and why don’t I have any pieces of jewelry with it?’ Apparently most watermelon tourmaline rings are cut so the color fades from one to the other like a sunset. But this parti

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Bohemian Ring Vintage Cobalt Aventurine Glass 1950s West Germany

I love the statement ring quality of this boho ring made of the rare cobalt aventurine glass. “This type of glass was made solely in the Bohemian region and although the ring is not signed, it was most certainly made in West Germany in the 1950s. This Bohemian glass was produced to imitate Lapis Lazuli and

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