Rings, NOVICA Live Feature

I love rings!  I don’t have enough fingers when it comes to rings.  This is a collection of my favorites from NOVICA Live artisans.

Sterling silver band ring, ‘Classic Passion’

This ring by Kenari is crafted with classic Balinese styling. Graceful sterling tendrils flow elegantly around the band while minuscule spheres and braids frame them. Made of .925 sterling silver.  10mm width.

Chrysocolla cocktail ring, ‘Universe’

Mesmerizing with its nuances of color, chrysocolla centers a sterling universe. Patricia Jara (Andes) showcases the stone in a bold, handcrafted ring. The gem is associated with peace and serenity. Chrysocolla is believed to foster meditation, intimacy and unconditional love.  Made of .925 sterling silver.

Amethyst cocktail ring, ‘Lilac Frangipani’

Adorned by frangipani blossoms, this design is the creation of Buana in Bali. Crowning ornate sterling silver settings, a faceted amethyst (my mom’s fave) of 3.5 carats takes center stage in a ring of feminine elegance.  Made of .925 sterling silver.

Citrine solitaire ring, ‘Feminine Charm’

Nestled amid sterling arabesques, a single citrine (my own birthstone) graces this lovely ring. It totals some 1.5 carats. Kenari (Bali) crafts a very feminine design in finely worked .925 sterling silver.

 

Brazilian drusy agate stacking rings, ‘Samba Dazzle’ (set of 3)

Mined in Brazil, drusy agate is dazzling. The sparkling gem in dark steel gray finds a showcase in a trio of rings. From Novica’s Gemstone Jewelry of Southern Brazil collection, the set of three can be worn together or separately.

Amethyst stacking rings, ‘Mystical Muse’ (set of 3)

Believed to be the gem of mystical wisdom, amethyst cabochons crown stacking rings by India’s Mahavir. The set includes three handcrafted .925 sterling silver rings, featuring one florid engraved band and two hammered rings. The stylish trio can be worn together or separately.  (I love silver stacking rings most of all!)

Even more fabulous rings available at NOVICA Live.

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