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Never leave home without a spare key, and with this stunning, double-finger “key ring” you will be more than delighted to carry it with you. Carefully detailed like a real key, except keeping in the spirit of a world far-away, this beautiful ring comes to a beautiful and elegant head, and features rhinestone finishings.
These dangling gold and hot pink lion earrings are just fierce! Featuring a carefully crafted lion head with a glossy clear coating and sexy coloring, these earrings are royal, hip, and modern.
Don’t forget The Rabbit! This ring fits in perfectly while sipping coffee in a café. Its bright purple-pink rhinestone face is paired with black gleaming rhinestone eyes and a subdued, vintage-inspired glossy gold and brown coloring.
The word for amethyst in Hebrew is “ahlamah”, originating from the word “dream”. Some believe that amethyst is supposed to cause divine dreams and visions, and that dreams of amethyst symbolize that you’ll be free of harm. Protect yourself in style with this gold-plated amethyst chunk necklace.
Although almost every rock contains small amounts of quartz crystal, in Brazil quartz weighing 90,000 pounds was once mined. This classic quartz crystal has been gold plated on either end in order to form a quartz bar necklace. You’ll love wearing this necklace all year long!
Quartz crystal is often thought to be clear, but there are many different kinds of quartz in the world, with rose quartz being one of the most sought after varieties. Despite its beauty, the color in rose quartz is the result of chemical impurities including titanium, manganese, and iron, with recent studies showing a series of yet unknown microscopic fibers may also attribute themselves to the beautiful pink rose quartz. Featuring gold plating, this chunky rose quartz necklace will dress up your outfits all year round!
Wear Mary and be merry! This stunning vintage-metallic size-adjustable two-finger ring features a flexible design, allowing the rings to be adjusted to just your size. Three faux pearls and a classy and elegant flare to an otherwise vintage affair.
Take flight with this cool 2-finger bat ring. Close detailing means this ring looks just as good up close as from afar and with adjustable ring sizing, you can wear it on any 2 fingers you want.
You don’t have to take flight at night to wear this adjustable-size 2-finger ring all day or all nightlong! Careful detailing means this ring looks just as good up close as it does from afar, with elongated wings and adjustable ring size allowing you to wear it on any fingers you’d like.
Do you know that Rock, Paper, Scissors dates back to the Chinese Han Dynasty, over 2,000 years ago? After being imported from China to Japan, the Japanese created numerous takes on the game, although the most popular now called “jan-ken” is a direct copy of the rock, paper, scissors we know today! While many consider rock, paper, scissors to be a game of complete chance, if you want to up your chances of winning then take this advice from expert players: Males usually throw rock first, while females usually throw paper first, while someone who has time to think about their move will often throw scissors! Test these tricks out and let us know how they work for your own games of rock, paper, scissors. For the experienced and inexperienced players alike, you’ll love this silver 2-finger ring featuring each symbol of the popular hand game.
Scissors were invented long, long ago in ancient Egypt during 1500 BC. Modified by the Romans in 100 AD, during the 19th century, scissors were hand-forged and featured ornate handles. By the beginning of the 20th century, the design of scissors was simplified to better accommodate machine production. These 2-finger 19th century-inspired gold scissors feature adjustable backing rings – meaning you can adjust the size of the ring to fit your individual fingers!
Rattlesnake anti-venom can cost $20,000 per vial and some people will require 75-80 vials to prevent fatality, adding up to a cost of over $1.6 million dollars! Luckily you won’t have to worry about poison with this toxically dazzling rhinestone covered triple finger snake ring.
The Tortoise and the Hare is one of the classic Aesop’s Fables most loved stories; telling the story of a race between unequal partners, where the ingenuity and trickery are used to overcome the stronger opponent. While the lesson demonstrated is ambiguous, and old Greek source comments that ‘many people have good natural abilities which are ruined by idleness; on the other hand, sobriety, zeal and perseverance can prevail over indolence’. This golden 2-finger ring features a tortoise on one end and a hare on the other. Who will win the race in your case? Bring ingenuity and speed wherever you go by capturing the positive qualities of both Aesop’s tortoise and hare.
Skulls are often associated with death and doom, but in Mexico skulls take on a celebratory meaning during their annual festival, ‘El Dia de los Muertos’ (the Day of the Dead). Painting their faces with skulls and dressing up as skeletons, patrons of this festival celebrate for multiple days in a row, although often begin the celebrations between October 31st and November 1st in preparation for the official festival’s date of November 2nd. So, get your skulls on! This gold chain bracelet features 3 large metal, smiling black skulls ready to travel with you through everyday life and festivities alike. Celebrate life by celebrating death with this modern chain skull bracelet!
Ancient Egyptian men and women alike were great lovers of jewelry and often adorned themselves with various amulets, necklaces, bracelets, rings, and head jewelry. Filigree work was often delicate and lacelike with gold or silver wire. As precious of a metal as it is today, gold was the most common material used in creating Egyptian jewelry as gold was easily obtained from Nubia, while silver had to be imported from much further away making it a rare metal for the Egyptians. This ancient Egyptian-style ring features the popular gold color appreciated by the Egyptians with filigree finish and green with silver embellishment eye center.
Wow, talk about quirky cool! This adorable necklace will make you the center of attention with it’s cute design and ability to quickly adjust lengths. Make the necklace long with the bird and leaf designs meeting together, or separate the two to create the illusion of a choker. So many ways to wear this necklace that you can wear it with any outfit!
You’ve been there before: You’ve got a beautiful new necklace, but it keeps getting hidden away by your shirt, blouse, or collar because it’s just a tad bit short or tad bit long. There’s a time we want to tuck away our necklaces, and many times we want to show them off. This quirky necklace featuring a bird and a branch achieves both of these desires! Due to its adjustable length, you can wear it long, or create the illusion of wearing a choker necklace. With full-body gold plating and so many lengths to wear it at, this necklace will always be ready for whatever outfits you throw its way!
Who doesn’t love jewelry? In the Medieval period, people adored jewelry to extents that brought them on travels hundreds of miles away to obtain new jewels. Some jewelry even had religious meaning, with precious stones looked at religiously too – perhaps part of the reason wedding rings grew in popularity worldwide. This antique gold cage ring features a stunning design that looks almost as if it came straight out of the medieval castles.
The color turquoise is named after the greenish-blue colored gem of the same name. Turquoise is considered one of the highest valued minerals in the world, but luckily the lovely color of turquoise can be acquired at an affordable price. This beautiful antique silver style turquoise necklace features sparkling rhinestones and faux turquoise center.
Turquoise is generally considered to consist primarily of blue (70%) with lesser shades of green (30%). It is, generally thought to consist of 70% blue and 30% green with the first recorded use of the color in the English language appearing in 1573. This lovely Tibetan-style silver-plated necklace features decorated faux turquoise centerpiece.
These dollish Egyptian-inspired rings are absolutely beautiful. Carefully placed rhinestones, thorough design, and hand-painted eyes mean each of these rings is one of a kind.
Baby Cleopatra, Gladiator, Doll. Whatever springs to mind, these dollish rings are absolutely one of a kind! Carefully placed rhinestones, detailed design, and hand-painted eyes mean no one ring is like another.
Gold bone bracelet is perfect for zombie and skeleton lovers alike! One size fits most.
Bring the bones, and tie ’em up with this hot silver skeleton bracelet. Each individual bone allows movement between itself and the others, allowing you to bag the bones when you slip it off, or let the bones ride as you walk. One size fits most.
Pair this stylish gold and white memory wire cuff bracelet with all sorts of outfits to give both a casual and luxury appeal.
Although rainbows are often depicted as arcs, rainbows actually occur in a full circle of seven colors! Rainbows appear as arcs at ground level, but if you spot one from a plane, you’ll be able to see the entire circle of a rainbow. This memory wire cuff bracelet features a beautiful assortment of rainbow-like colors, including turquoise, yellow, pink, white, and gold. Although it makes a full circle like an authentic circle, this bracelet easily opens to match the shape of your own wrist.
The early Persians believed that turquoise represented the heavens due to its beautiful blue coloring. Thus, they used it to cover their domes and places of worship for this reason, with the two mines thought to be the oldest in the region (the Sarabit el-Khadim and Wadi Maghareh) both being sources of this magnificent stone. This memory wire cuff bracelet features gold beads interspersed among vibrant turquoise beads. Bracelet easily adjusts to the size of your wrist without creating bends in the structure, due to memory wire. Coloring reminiscent of the beach is perfect for wear all-year long!
Magenta is the color of universal harmony and emotional balance, often noted for its distinguishing tone between pink (bright and feminine) and purple (spiritual). Created from a series of glass beads, gold beads travel the sides of this twist cuff bracelet, add a touch of luxury. Perfect paired with Bohemian outfits and even punk outfits too, get your magenta on in simple, elegant style!
Rainbows are usually sighted in the mornings and evenings, although almost never at noon! There’s a scientific explanation for this, with the light able to strike a raindrop at exactly 42 degrees, with this nearly possible at noon as the sun is higher than 42 degrees at that point. Take the rainbow to your wrist with this beaded twist cuff rainbow bracelet. Featuring a beautiful array of rainbow beads surrounded by golden beads, this boho-rich bracelet is ideal for outfits for both summer and fall. The various shades of blue and gold reflect the beauty of the beach, while the brighter shades of orange and pink work perfectly when tracking through the fallen autumn leaves.
Persia (currently known as ‘Iran’) was one of the earliest known turquoise-producing regions of the world, where historians believe mining has occurred for more than 2,000 years. Known for the pure, robin’s egg blue coloring of the turquoise from this region, it’s highly treasured and costs a pretty penny to purchase! This beaded twist cuff bracelet features turquoise-color larger beads and gold surrounding beads. Built upon thin memory wire, this bracelet fits to the size of your own wrist and is amazing for both summer and winter-wear! You’ll love how the warm hues of gold match your warmer outfits, while the cool tones of turquoise fit your cooler outfits perfectly!
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