Thanks so much! It is a really fun design, and I agree: quirky without looking too “little kid”. That can be a hard line to walk. In fact, I probably fall off of that tightrope sometimes — ha, ha!
Thanks so much!
It is such a fun ring. I’ve been wearing it a lot since it arrived. I love a kind of weird/quirky sort of ring, particularly for wearing on my index finger. It’s my strangeness — LOL.
Ooooh! That is pretty! I really like the cris-cross design. What are the stones? Is it blue sapphires and diamonds underneath? Or blue sapphires and white sapphires? Or some other blue stone that’s not sapphires at all? Whatever it is, such a pretty ring!
Aren’t those elephant rings cute? There are earrings, too, that look like they would kind of match the ring you liked.
I have ordered from the site. My horse ring came from there. And I also got earrings from there for my two cousin’s birthdays. The shipping was fairly quick, considering the items actually ship from the country where they are made. Ordering was easy, and I got my items with no problems at all. The Novica site is affiliated with National Geographic, if that helps. Some people might not be fans of NatGeo, but it made me feel more confident about ordering knowing that there was a larger entity behind the site.
Oh my gosh! LOVE!! I would have to say a big YES (!!) to that wonderfully fun ring. It is fantastic.
I am so sorry about the loss of your mother. *hugs*
Thanks! It is kind of a perfect ring for me. I would love to have a horse or dragon sort of wedding band made to go as a set with my anniversary ring. But I’m not sure it’s possible because of the ring’s design. Plus, I do love the look of the flush-set band with it. So, in the meantime, this little pretty will satisfy that urge quite nicely. Ha, ha.
And, wow! I LOVE your grandmother’s ring. It is spectacular and magnificent, all in one go. What a beautiful and graceful design. But it’s also very bold. I can understand your disappointment in not being able to incorporate any of the stones into your wedding jewelry. Is it possible to get the piece resized so that it will fit on another finger or on your right hand? Maybe you could still wear it sometimes that way.
So sad to have to send your horses away to live somewhere else. I had to do the same thing when I was in college. I wasn’t able to come home as often as I wanted in order to keep mine exercised, and my parents wanted to move into town. They tried to find a place where they could take the horses, but it just didn’t work. So, one went to live on my uncle’s ranch. And the other one went to a boy who wanted to use her for 4H — he wanted to show her and eventually train her. They had good homes, but it was so hard saying good-bye.
I laughed so hard at your Porsche story. Your pawpaw was so right! Ha, ha!
Oh my goodness! That is so beautiful! Both the setting and the stones. It is so lovely and delicate. It looks beautiful on your hand, too. I have my grandmother’s engagement ring, and will eventually inherit my mom’s set, too. (Not that I’m in any hurry for that!) But I fear I’ll never be able to wear them because they are such pretty and delicate rings … And I feel like I have giant hands.