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Saturday, December 18, 2004    
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If you're lucky enough to be headed somewhere tropical for the winter, this flower ring is just the piece to take with you! Mother-of-pearl is the perfect accessory for a sun-kissed glow. US$50 at emitations.com.

Sunday, December 12, 2004    
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This ring is like a bookplate for your finger! Called the "Wendell Ring," it's elegantly engraved with "The journey is the reward." By designer Jeanine Payer; US$245 at lille.

Sunday, December 5, 2004    
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Who would've thought the Brooklyn Bridge could be the inspiration for a cute ring? In their words, "the sterling silver Suspension ring features a suspended 'bridge' fastened to each side by two stylized screws. Clean, bold, and architectural." US$100 at Lulet.

Thursday, November 25, 2004    
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This little guy is cute as a... well, you know! 18k green ladybug ring with diamond flower and 0.06 cts diamonds, available for US$900 at Aaron Basha.

If that's a bit over your budget, go for the cool combo of resin and stainless steel. Normally tear-drop-shaped, flip open the bright red top and it turns into a heart! Perfect for all your moods. US$40 at Swatch.

Thursday, November 18, 2004    
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I don't normally gravitate toward pink gold, but Pua Jewelry makes it irresistible! Also available in silver for US$575; pink and yellow gold are an additional US$410.

The holidays are right around the corner! If you're looking for that perfect monogrammed gift, this dangle ring from B Jewelry is an adorable option. Monogram engraving available upon request, up to 3 letters. But hurry, because it takes a couple of weeks to ship. US$120 at Virgin Threads (one of my favourite places to browse and drool).

Monday, November 1, 2004    
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Heather Moore has about a bazillion rings in her catalogue, but this cute ladder ring (US$60) immediately caught my eye. It reminds me of carefree times on the jungle gym. Boy, do the years go by quickly!

Even LEGO has plastic rings in its collection — where were these when I was a kid?? Wait a minute... it does say ages 6+. 28 is 6+, right? Hello?

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