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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.
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!
We often associate purring with cats, but rabbits have their own way of purring when content, created by the gentle chattering of their teeth. This cute black rabbit ring will cause chatter with your friends. Unique design gives the illusion of the rabbit holding on to your finger. Perfect for animal and rabbit lovers alike, black coloring fits beautifully with all styles and fashion designs.
This sexy ring features a corset-inspired design, complete with white faux pearls.
These naughty corset rings make any outfit sexier, while keeping it classy. Features metal corseting from top to bottom and faux pearls up and down.
This sexy Eliza cross ring is hip and modern. For runway ready drama, take Eliza wherever you strut your stuff!
“Say ‘Hi’ to Eliza for me,” they say. “Oh, I will” you respond whispering “Hello Eliza” into your hand, successfully avoiding having to speak with the dreaded stepmother once again! Whatever ‘Eliza’ conjures up for you, this sexy modern ring is too cool, and perfect for any runway.
Scaling a single finger joint, this sultry metal lace ring features flower and abstract cutaways that let your fingers peep through when you wear it. Ring is adjustable in size, although is intended for usage on your three center fingers, and not the thumb or pinkie.
This eloquent metal lace finger ring runs up a single joint of your finger. Subtle flower patterns amidst beautiful lace cutaways offer a high-end appeal. Adjustable metal allows you to adjust ring to your finger sizing. A perfect fit for every hand.
Antiquated touch makes this silver-tone wrap-around flower ring all the more memorable. Like a bouquet of flowers back in time, this flower ring wraps itself elegantly around your fingers.
This friendly silver garden snake needs a place around your finger. Let him cuddle up and wrap around your finger. Beautiful detailing to this surprisingly friendly snake ring makes it look nice even in a crowd.
The word ‘amethyst’ originates from the Greek word ‘amethystos’, meaning ‘sober’. Ancient Greeks believed that amethyst protected them from becoming intoxicated, and even began a trend of drinking wine from cups made of amethyst due to that belief. While amethyst is unlikely to prevent intoxication, this delicate gold ring with a lovely purple amethyst atop is resizable and can be worn on any finger.
You’ll love this modern, black geometric triangle ring reminiscent of a special form of UFO called ‘black triangles’. Observed during the 20th and 21st centuries, media reports from both the United States and United Kingdom described a large, silent, black triangle shaped unidentified flying object cruising at low altitudes over cities and highways. Teach your friends about black triangle UFOs, or simply appreciate the modern aesthetic of this lovely, resizable ring.
This unique gold-plated ring will give the appearance of a bird perched on your finger. Unlike most birds who begin singing in spring, robins love singing so much they do it all year round, usually being the first to begin singing at dawn and the last ones to stop singing at night. Like the robin, you can wear this ring all year long, day and night. Ring base is made to look like a gold twig, with the robin-like bird resting on top.
In ancient Greece, wreaths were awarded to victors of athletic competitions, including the Olympics. In Rome, wreaths earned a symbol of martial victory, with ancient laurel wreaths often depicted as horseshoe shaped and modern laurel wreathes usually forming complete rings. This golden ring features a perfect combination of both the traditional and modern-day forms of laurel wreath. Crown yourself a winner wherever you go!
Do you know why owls are associated with learning and knowledge? In ancient Greece, the Little Owl was the companion of the Greek goddess of wisdom, Athena. While the association with wisdom remains, a little known fact is that Athena was also the warrior goddess and the Little Owl was also considered a protector to armies going to war, and during battle Greek soldiers believed seeing an owl to be a sign of coming victory. This antique gold owl ring features red rhinestones throughout and will be there to provide protection and knowledge wherever your wings take you.
Crowns have traditionally been symbolic of the monarch, representing power, glory, royalty, sovereignty, and immortality. Often made from precious metals and decorated in jewels, this gold crown ring features a series of crosses of varied sizes with rhinestones across the largest section of crosses. You’ll feel like royalty when you wear this ring.
Swing-a-ling-ling. This ring loves to swing! Precious gold swing ring features heart design and rhinestones throughout, with a dangling star-shaped rhinestone-embellishment that swings about. Cute and youthful, this ring is unique and special.
Unique silver swing ring features heart designs with rhinestone embellishments, and a beautiful dangling rhinestone-embellished star. Star gently swings as you move your finger.
Simple and with a girly charm, there’s just no helping falling in love with this sparkly, rhinestone embedded gold wing ring.
This feminine silver wing ring is simple, yet girly. Embezzled with sparkling rhinestone wings, you won’t be able to help yourself falling in love with its subtle charm!
This mythological-looking creature ring features fine-detailing and an almost elk, boar, and giraffe design. Fascinating creature and great conversation piece, just ask which animal people see!
Love ’em all, even the ones you hate when you BAM BAM BOOM BOOM with this sweet double-finger adjustable 4-heart ring. Vintage silver finish creates a design that is perfect when walking urban cities and relaxing on mediterranean beaches.
Who wants to be king and queen? Wear this fabulous king or queen ring in silver and gold. Gift one to your partner, and rule the world.
The serpent is a Celtic symbol of the transformation of one’s soul represented by the snakes shedding of its skin. In India snakes have long been respected for their symbolism of timelessness and eternity. With alluring black eyes and clear rhinestones that run up this coiled snake ring, reflect the light and possibly bring the snake’s powers of transformation into your life! Best fits ring sizes 6-8, depending on the finger worn on.
With entrancing black eyes and crystal clear rhinestone fixings running along the middle of this double-wrap snake ring, this sturdy ring is simple yet seductive, while maintaining quiet detailing. You’ll love this snake ring as it double wraps and clings to your finger. This snake ring has scaling along its back and glittering rhinestones from head to the tip of its tail. Light scaling is defined along the ring, and even the tip of this snake’s tail is lightly flipped. Comes in gold and silver. This winding snake ring fits sizes 6-8 best, although can be worn on any finger for a varied fit. Snakes, the serpents, are revered throughout the world and in various cultures. The Celtic symbol of the snake represents birth and rebirth. The serpent is also a symbol of the transformation of one’s soul represented by the shedding of the snake’s skin. In ancient India snakes were respected because of their symbolism of eternity and timelessness. The snake or serpent is considered powerful because it can take life. Snakes also represent the Kundalini energy of the chakras as it winds up through the spine. Kundalini is referred to as serpent power. Throughout the world the powerful serpent, the snake, is both feared and revered, as the coiled snake is a powerful being. Wear the powerful, magical serpent on your fingers with this wonderfully alluring snake ring!
We often think first of belts for their functionality, and secondly for their aesthetic. Before the 1920’s, belts were created primarily for decorative purpose and were often associated with identifying militia. In fact, prior to the 1920’s, trousers did not even have belt loops! Today belts are better known for their functionality. This silver belt-inspired ring finds itself a new way to represent the belt. Works awesome worn with outfits featuring belts or for business casual attire.
Bird enthusiasts may know that during late summer and autumn birds molt their feathers. What many of us don’t know, a bird enthusiast included is that blackbirds are very embarrassed by their molting and hide themselves away until their feathers regrow. The sudden disappearance of blackbirds during this time often leads people to assuming they have flown away or otherwise disappeared, unaware that they are actual in hiding. You don’t have to worry about this little bird hiding away though, because it’s not a blackbird but a silverbird (well, we made that one up). You won’t have to worry about molting either, because this little birdie is ready to stay with you on your finger wherever you go. Featuring silver plating and a twig-inspired base, you’ll absolutely love this ring whether you are a bird enthusiast or nature and animal lover!
Wallie the dachshund was the first Olympic mascot, making his appearance during the 1972 Munich Olympic Games. That year, the Olympic marathon route was designed in the shape of Wallie. Antiquated silver color, this adorable ring will make it appear as if the stubby-legged dachshund is hugging your finger!
The ancient Greeks awarded victors of athletic competitions such as the Olympics a laurel wreath, often made of components of the kotinos olive tree. Symbols of martial victory, the ancient laurel wreathes typically were depicted in the shape of horseshoes, while modern laurel wreathes often form complete rings. This silver ring is a combination of both modern and ancient depictions of the victorious prize, the laurel wreath. Represent your own current, past, and future victories as you walk a path of victory in life.
Pugs are considered to be the oldest breed of dog, having existed since approximately 400 BC, in which time they were originally bred to sit in the laps of Chinese emperors. This silver pug ring looks like it is hugging your finger, and is a wonderful accessory for all sorts of dog lovers!
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