Style: 35194083 Color Code:
Feminine and ethereal, this classic sterling silver ring was handmade by the designer in Brooklyn, NY. Features a peach tourmaline crystal stone. Malleable fit. *By Jene DeSpain
the ring lost its stone
The ring is very beautiful as to me but the functionality is bad. It lost its stone twice. First time I caught it in time andI repaired. Second time, to my great disappointment, I lost it somewhere... A real disappointment
Faulty construction for a semi precious stone
Twice now I have purchased rings that had loose stones. This ring lost its stone as it was just held in place by the metal loop around it, no additional adhesive or setting was created to keep the stone from shifting. The stone is small enough and loose enough that it shifts right away upon the first wear, and falls out.
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Spring on my skin
It's been such a long winter, I decided to bring some warmth into my world as I count down the days til Spring. This pretty peach ring has been my inspiration as I plan all the clothes I can't wait to wear this beautiful ring with. Til then, it's glowing on my hand each time I look down. The open point allows me to gently adjust the sizing of it, so I have worn it up as a lil midi ring on my pointer finger, but I mostly wear it lower with my other rings or on it's own. I love the natural crystal tourmaline mixed with the hand carved ring band. Beautifully made and looks so lovely with all my Spring shades of nail polish.
Wanted to love it but...
Be prepared to get a ring with a stone in it that is neither the shape or color pictured on the FP website. I love the ring design but unfortunately the stone that arrived was clear and the shape was much thinner and longer/taller than what is depicted here. The picture here shows a shorter, thicker stone with peach/red hues in it. Because the stone that was in the actual ring is clear the beauty is lost as the flesh color from the skin of my finger renders the stone invisible once the ring is on. Such as shame...returning it.