Monday, March 23, 2009

Something blue: a turquoise ring

I'm currently stuck on the idea of wearing a turquoise ring on the first finger of my right hand for the wedding as my "something blue".  I've been looking for a while, and haven't found exactly what I'm after, but here are a few that come close.

Turquoise and diamond ring, $4,750, from Lang Antiques, though I could do without the real diamonds!

Rebecca Collins sterling silver and turquoise ring, $550, is lovely and simple yet rustic:

Sterling silver cabochon-cut turquoise ring from Kohl's, $80, is close, but I don't love the detail on the band:  

I'm more of a silver girl but I do like the shape of this Irene Neuwirth rose cut turquoise ring, $2,350 from Ylang 23:

This Annette Ferdinandsen pale blue turquoise egg ring, $880, is lovely and is also from Ylang 23 (such a great site!):

Kenneth Jay Lane turquoise cab ring, $52, is cute, though is a little bigger than I want:

Though it's not quite what I imagined I do love this vintage estate turquoise and diamond ring, $995 from Beladora:

Another vintage turquoise ring from Beladora, this one turquoise and blue zircon that is close, but a little pricey at $2,500: 

I also love this vintage coral and turquoise ring from Beladora, $800:

It's a little similar to this seriously expensive and gorgeous organic coral Lucifir Vir Honestus ring from Barneys, $8,000, that I have been coveting for quite some time!

This ring is almost exactly what I want but I can't seem to find out who makes it.  It was featured on's blog Flypaper, so I might have to do a little more digging:


abi said...

Don't know how I stumbled across your blog but I'm glad I did! I love your style and I love that your wearing a ring for your something blue! So cute

Z said...

Thanks!! said...

Blue jewelry for the "something blue" tradition is genius! For some reason I had never thought about it before.
Thank you so much for including estate jewlery from in your post.
Good Luck with your wedding!