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November/December 2004

Saturday, December 18, 2004

If you're lucky enough to be headed somewhere tropical for the winter, this flower ring is just the piece to take with you! Mother-of-pearl is the perfect accessory for a sun-kissed glow. US$50 at emitations.com.

Sunday, December 12, 2004

This ring is like a bookplate for your finger! Called the "Wendell Ring," it's elegantly engraved with "The journey is the reward." By designer Jeanine Payer; US$245 at lille.

Sunday, December 5, 2004

Who would've thought the Brooklyn Bridge could be the inspiration for a cute ring? In their words, "the sterling silver Suspension ring features a suspended 'bridge' fastened to each side by two stylized screws. Clean, bold, and architectural." US$100 at Lulet.

Thursday, November 25, 2004

This little guy is cute as a... well, you know! 18k green ladybug ring with diamond flower and 0.06 cts diamonds, available for US$900 at Aaron Basha.

If that's a bit over your budget, go for the cool combo of resin and stainless steel. Normally tear-drop-shaped, flip open the bright red top and it turns into a heart! Perfect for all your moods. US$40 at Swatch.

Thursday, November 18, 2004

I don't normally gravitate toward pink gold, but Pua Jewelry makes it irresistible! Also available in silver for US$575; pink and yellow gold are an additional US$410.

The holidays are right around the corner! If you're looking for that perfect monogrammed gift, this dangle ring from B Jewelry is an adorable option. Monogram engraving available upon request, up to 3 letters. But hurry, because it takes a couple of weeks to ship. US$120 at Virgin Threads (one of my favourite places to browse and drool).

Monday, November 1, 2004

Heather Moore has about a bazillion rings in her catalogue, but this cute ladder ring (US$60) immediately caught my eye. It reminds me of carefree times on the jungle gym. Boy, do the years go by quickly!

Even LEGO has plastic rings in its collection — where were these when I was a kid?? Wait a minute... it does say ages 6+. 28 is 6+, right? Hello?





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Alice Matsumoto · Vancouver, BC

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