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Recommendations for silver rings, unique/unusual please!

(10 Posts)
hecallsmebunny Mon 10-Apr-17 20:41:23

I'd like a new ring! I used to wear a few but since getting married only really wear my platinum engagement ring (simple solitaire) and wedding band. My fingers are slim so a lot of mainstream jewellery doesn't come in small enough sizes (my wedding band is I, so J or K max for the fingers I want to wear rings on) and anyway I don't really want something mass produced. I've seen a few nice spinner rings priced around £50-70 through searching on Not on the High Street (I like that they are quite wide without looking too chunky) but thought I'd ask the collective wisdom of Mumsnet in case anyone knows of a great designer?! Budget is probably £100 max though!

user1490817136 Mon 10-Apr-17 20:46:36

Have you tried Etsy? Lots of great designers there , reasonable prices too for something bespoke.

hecallsmebunny Mon 10-Apr-17 21:18:35

Thanks user. Will check that out too

solomonrulesok Mon 10-Apr-17 21:28:51

Rust jewellery - beautiful

hecallsmebunny Mon 10-Apr-17 21:37:53

Oh I quite like the oak leaf ring solomon ...slightly above budget but maybe... wink

PatriciaBateman Mon 10-Apr-17 22:15:32

Novica does some really beautiful and one-of-a-kind rings. It's one of my favourite "window-shopping" websites.

hecallsmebunny Tue 11-Apr-17 06:13:06

Thanks Patricia I'll have a look

Floisme Tue 11-Apr-17 06:57:20

I really like spoon rings. You can go as chunky or delicate or as ornate or as plain as you want and they have an interesting history too:

If you can't find any locally they have them on Etsy.

WateryTart Tue 11-Apr-17 07:04:57

She specialises in gold but also does silver as well. I have had a couple made to my specs.

hecallsmebunny Wed 12-Apr-17 13:13:35

Thanks Floisme I'd never heard of spoon rings they're wonderful!

Not really what I'm after Watery but thanks!

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