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  • Renard Bijoux Fortuna Ring
    anthropologie.com
    Using archetypes, symbolism and a primitive aesthetic, designer Veronique Renard handcrafts jewelry in her Parisian atelier using fine leathers, feathers and precious metals and stones. Her line, Renard Bijoux, is best known for its playful luxury and honor of age-old traditions. We love this ceramic ladybug ring, the most charming of good luck charms. By Renard Bijoux. Adjustable. Bronze, ceramic. 0.75"D. France.
  • Juicy Couture Pave Moon Ring
    juicycouture.com
    Who needs a full moon when you can have the pave half-moon charm like the one on this ring? Metal/Cubic Zirconia. Imported.
  • Sole Society Floral Statement Ring
    solesociety.com
    Crystal floral statement ring. Material: Metal, Glass Stones.
  • C. Wonder Scarab Ring
    cwonder.com
    After stumbling across a vintage scarab charm, we were inspired to create our own. Long regarded as a symbol of transformation, the scarab is particularly perfect at the turn of a season. An antique brass plating perfectly fits its buried treasure appeal. Elegant and unexpected, break up traditional cocktail attire with its cool personality. It’s guaranteed to drum up conversation as you pay for your coffee, wave hello or simply point and reach. Brass with vintage gold plating. Carved detail on band. Imported.
  • Catherine Weitzman Champagne Rattle Ring
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    With a classical metalsmithing education in Italy behind her, Catherine Weitzman set sail to apprentice with artisans around the globe. Five years later, she launched her well-informed line, inspired by her extensive travels and tied together by elemental elegance. Luxurious and wearable, this shaker ring brings movement to our favorite detail, sparkle. By Catherine Weitzman. Sterling silver, glass. 1.25"W. USA.
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