Hi everyone, this is my first post in the jewelry subforum. I recently finished school with my masters, and I have never liked school rings. I'm a minimalist: I only wear silver and almost never wear jems. My mom suggested I pick out a piece of jewelry to commemorate my graduation and this is what I found! I had seen online that Frank Gehry had done some designs for Tiffany, and I was really excited because I love art and architecture. I instantly fell in love with this ring, the Torque ring (wide) in brushed sterling silver. It's everything I love with nothing of what I usually see from Tiffany's. (No hearts, diamonds, or logos -- hurrah! This is the most "me" piece I've seen in a long time.) While I love the design on its own, there's also a bit of a private joke to it. My masters is in digital media, and for my thesis I created a 3D computer game. The game engine I worked on top of is called Torque, and I worked and presented it using my Apple laptops (first a Powerbook and then a Macbook Pro), both of which have a similar brushed aluminum texture. I'm wearing it right now and very happy with how it looks -- it's a great piece for everyday to remind me of all the work I did. I'm a native NYC girl, but this was my first time in the Fifth Ave. store, and I had a lovely afternoon going to pick it up with my boyfriend. Hope you enjoy the photos, I haven't had an excuse to use the macro lens on my camera in a while.