Right Hand Ring Shopping

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  1. Hi Everyone!

    I was looking around for a new right hand ring, but haven't found anything or seen anything that I really want. Any websites or stores you personally like and would recommend?

    Thanks!
     
  2. what are you looking for? Something quirky or a big cocktail/gem type ring?
     
  3. Hi Swanky Mom,

    I'm looking for more of a gem stone type of ring. My sister has a wedding coming up so I just wanted to look for a nice right hand ring to wear to her wedding.

    Any suggestions?

    :confused1:
     
  4. #4 Jan 24, 2009
    Last edited: Jan 24, 2009
    what kind of gemstone? Blue Topaz, Mystic Topaz, Amethyst, Green Amethyst, Smoky Quartz, Rose Quartz, Citrine, Apatite, Morganite, Tourmaline, Kunzite, periodot? Does it need to be in a certain price range? Does it need to be designer? White gold, yellow gold, platinum, sterling silver? Also what kind of cut?

    Start with the following sites:

    Macys (look at LeVian pieces)

    Tiffany's (lovely cocktail rings for like $800)

    Kay's Jewelry (lovely LeVian Pieces)

    QVC (judith ripka pieces)

    JTV (different gemstones for a fraction of the cost)
     
  5. Hope those links help or at least get you started. Happy Shopping and report back with anymore questions or the ring that you choose! Happy Shopping.
     
  6. The links from dmitchell15 are great! Thanks for posting those :smile:
    Hope we get to see pictures from the ring you choose!
     
  7. ^^ no problem. If I was in the market for a gemstone (that is really all I buy), I would start with those links. I love Big, bold rings with lots of color. RHRs are my favorite!!!
     
  8. oops...double post.
     
  9. have you tried astley clark?

    www.astleyclark.com


    they have really nice jewelry from a bunch of different brands, AND their sale section has a few nice huge colored cocktail rings.

    ANNNDDD, since they're in the UK, and assuming youre in the US, you dont have to pay VAT, and so the price you pay will be even cheaper than the price that's listed on the website. (if you pretend check out, it will show you how much you're saving)
     
  10. Hi dmitchell15!

    Wow! Thank you so much for all the links! You're the best!!! I'm gonna take a look at the links right now! Thanks for getting me started....really really appreciate it! :tup:
     
  11. Hi Onederland!

    Thank you for the link! You're awesome! :tup:

    Cheers!
     
  12. wow, you're good, great advice:tup:
     
  13. I am a huge fan of the selection at Ylang|23. Their taste is impeccable and prices are all over the map, from (fairly) reasonable to out of this world:
    http://www.ylang23.com/shop.cfm?ShopBy=Categories&CategoryID=8

    Twist is another favorite:
    http://www.twistonline.com/CeremonyRings

    And of course Fragments is fun for looking:
    http://fragments.com/catalog_trends_listing.aspx?t=Cocktail+Rings

    And depending on their stock and your own style and taste, deals can be found at Ross-Simons:
    http://www.ross-simons.com/jewelry/rings/gemstones/navigate.jsp
     
  14. I like this website:

    http://www.topazery.com/