Monday, August 20, 2007

Ringing in the Love

I've got enough of these for several posts, so I might as well start putting them up. Traditionally, a ring that symbolizes love is given during an engagement or exchanged during wedding vows, as well as pre-engagement promise rings. Sometimes though, you just want your love to be represented in a piece of jewelry without any symbolic attachment. Below are some rings that I think are incredibly romantic and still modern, stylish and eye-catching. In the future, I'll of course be the same thing but in the vintage version.
You might want to send this link to your fella...

I realize I'm a bit heavy on the Jeanine Payer, but she finds such beautiful and apt quotes that I had to list several, though each is a favorite in it's own way. (And honey, I'm a size 6!)


Snuggle Up Diamond Ring, $250



Confidant Ring, $220 (Says "soulmate")




Endless Love Ring, $148





For Ever Yours Ring, € 348.00
(hidden text leaves an imprint on the finger)



Heart Ring, $68
An unusual take on a common theme.


Jeanine Payer Ruby heart Ring, $430. Inscribed with the text "... like a ship that took me safely through the wildest storm of all." Rainer Maria Rilke



Jeanine Payer "Now comes the mystery" Colin ring, $220



Jeanine Payer "At one glance I love you with a thousand hearts" Reese Ring, $330

6 comments:

WendyB said...

My fave is the Snuggle Up. Why do I always favor the first picture? LOL.

In Yr Fshn said...

I'm a first pic girl as well... I usually post my faves first or last. (Though I'm digging the mystery ring... there's just something about it.)

WendyB said...

Ha ha...okay, there IS a method behind the madness. I'm impressed by the themes you manage to find. The clouds are an especially good one. I was amazed that there were so many clouds available.

Lillian said...

I absolutely love the hidden message ring -- so simple yet so unexpected!

Btw, thank you very much for the link! I'm planning on sitting down and finally getting around to linking everyone, so it'll be reciprocated in a day or two :)

- Lillian from paperchandelier.net

In Yr Fshn said...

Wendy, it takes forever! It's a good thing work is pretty slow right now. Thank you, though. I only posted about a third of the cloud stuff I found. Before that post, I had seen maybe one cloud piece. Now I'm like clouds? Yawn.

In Yr Fshn said...

Lillian, I totally agree! I read somewhere that it would be a great "affair" gift, which I thought was both true and a little mean spirited. I like it cause the world doesn't always have to know your business... though I would probably end up showing everyone just cause I think it's so cool!