Ring Round Up

There’s nothing big behind today’s post – I’ve just been really into rings lately. I’ve been seeing so many pretty ones on some of my favorite jewelry sites and I thought that I’d round up some of my favorites and share.

I tend to gravitate towards more dainty, subtle rings that can be mixed and stacked for everyday wear, but they still all have some little detail that makes them unique. These are all gold, but most are available in white gold or sterling silver, too. I’ve come to the point where I’d rather buy less but more high-quality jewelry, so I look for solid gold rings, but I know that’s not everyone’s thing.

A product college reading "Ring Round Up" of solid gold rings with: twisted ring, open circle ring with tiny diamond bezels on each end, braided interlocking circles ring, "painter's brush" ring, hammered ring, circle ring, beaded ring, and wishbone ring.

Twisted Stacker // Open Diamond Bezel

Braided // Painter’s Brush

Hammered Stacker // Circle

Beaded Stacker // Wishbone

A few favorites:

I love the swirls on this ring – the comparison to a painter’s brush is really apt, and it makes it so unique! I love the “wishbone” shape of this one – it reminds me of Princess Jasmine’s necklace, but a much more sophisticated, grown up take on it, of course! And this circle ring is simple but still striking.

For bands, I really love the shine that you get from the hammered facets of this one. This beaded band has just enough detailing while still being able to max and stack with other rings. And I really love the open circle shape and tiny bezel diamonds on this one – and it’s surprisingly affordable!

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