Femme Metale’s “Big Cinnabar” ring is the most dramatic in their collection. It features a real cinnabar bead cut in half and set in a smooth bezel and is cast in fine 925 sterling silver. To me, it also kind of looks like an old-fashioned ink stamp so it’s a piece of art and a jewelry piece all in one!
Treat your hand to this ring. You won’t be sorry!
Sometimes, I really wish I could be a badass. I really wish I can break out into barfights and pierce my nose and drink whiskey for breakfast. But I can’t. At least with the Silver Double Fingered Ring by Ija Designs, I can pretend I have a little bit of badassness to me. Sleek and modern, this ring will be sure to knock others out. But the beauty in the ring is that it can fit in at a dive bar or at an elegant cocktail party. Because let’s face it, a girl can’t be a badass 24/7.
Another rockin’ piece from the jewelry collection of Hello Drama, the fashion line of Kaila Yu from Asian girl band Nylon Pink. The “Youth Gone Wild Ring” is the newest design of the heavy metal collection and is sure to catch a few double takes.
This special piece features tri chain finger rings, accented with three crosses. Rings are adjustable and will fit on any finger for multiple looks!
My ex-boyfriend hated black jewelry. He thought it looked “Goth.” Needless to say, he also had poor fashion sense, and I got rid of him.
Okay, fine, maybe this does look a little “Goth,” but so what? It rocks. From Femme Metale, this Noble Fleur Onyx ring is set with a smooth, inky-black stone in an antique silver band with four Fleur de Lis clasping it. The oval shape gives it a classy feel without losing its edge, and it’s versatile enough to look bomb with a casual V-neck and jeans or a trendy LBD.
A jumbo cluster of gilt and crystal. Raw, like a gold ore. But encrusted with sparkles and shine. Try not to stop traffic — or happy hour conversation — with this stunner.
Certainly not for the meek. But also perfect for those who’d rather make a statement without saying a word.
If there’s one piece of costume jewelry you should invest in this season, it’s a statement ring. Emily Elizabeth creates gold vermeil pieces of such heft, you’ll feel like you’re wearing the real thing. Her clover ring is chunky — we featured it in our fashion editorial in our Spring issue — and yet delicate at the same time. I love how the petals are not perfectly symmetrical, like she gilded a real four-leaf clover.
I’m a huge fan of KidViskous. I’ve raved about her “Ew” necklace. There was a time when I wore her pyramid grid earrings every day. Now, designer Tiffany Lee has entered the arena of the statement ring with her hilarious “Mustache” ring.
It’s a pretty abstract swirl, until you look closely. And it looks like a double ring — all the rage right now — but it’s not. I can’t wait to get my hands on the gold one; it’s also available in black and silver.