Style: 35440569 Color Code:
Hand etched sterling silver band featuring a trio of ruby and tourmaline stones. By Ono Jewelry Ono Jewelry is handmade in Bali, Indonesia, in a private workshop by Indonesian Artisans. Each piece is unique, crafted by hand using traditional silversmithing techniques. *Polyester
"Ono Jewelry is handmade in Bali, Indonesia, in a private workshop by Indonesian Artisans. Each piece is unique, crafted by hand using traditional silversmithing techniques."
One Time Wear
It was love at first sight with this ring. So much so I didn't want to believe the other reviewers and bought it any way. When it arrived, i wasn't as impressed. It didn't look as elegant but i thought it was cute enough to keep! I happily wore it on a lunch date and with the slightest move against my napkin, a prong fell off! Very disappointed.
Hi dalalnq, We're sorry to hear about your ring. Someone from our team will reach out to you soon. - Free People
Cheap but Pretty
First things first, this ring is a gorgeous design but has not been oxidized to show the details in the silver as in the stock photo and the stones are questionable (the so called tourmaline looks/feels suspiciously like glass) and they are also glued down (the prongs serve no purpose). Second, this ring broke within 40 mins of wearing it, on a walk, so no strain was put on it at all. Based on the reviews, broken prongs and fallen stones seem to plague all the Ono designs FP is carrying, probably because the silver hasn't been properly hardened/tempered and is being used too sparingly/thin. Very disappointed as the design is good but the craftsmanship leaves a lot to be desired.
Hi apawlows, We're sorry to hear about your ring. Someone from our team will be in touch. - Free People
Pretty but Cheap-Looking
I like the style of this ring, so I'll keep it, but the price is a little steep for the quality. Also, my ring does not have the lighter stones on the side like the one pictured, but I can live with that. It is cute, but will def hook into your clothes (and face) if you're not careful. Additionally, the prongs are essentially for show, as the jewels are glued in. I know this because two of the prongs are clearly not touching or securing the stones in any way. So when the glue wears off, the stones will no doubt be gone. Too much trouble to send back, and, as I said, the style is cute--just be aware it's more of a throwaway piece.