Saturday, January 31, 2009

Rena Western - Sunflower and Bomber

Rena Western - Red and Moss
Lucy Ring - Italian Mahogany
Lucy Ring (Western Version) - Slate and Black

Lucy Ring - Lattice (no longer available) and British Tan

Mary - Orange on Slate

Ronnie Wallet - above, Olive and Slate
below, Red and Black Croc

Myra - Moss, British Tan, and Orange
Cora - Silver on Slate Blue



Rena Glam - Red on Bomber
Jane - Pull-up Brown and Lamb croc.
Myra - Moss, Bronze and Olive
Sadie - Bomber and Rustic Grey
Lotus - Rustic Brown with Mahogany and Brown Croc detail
9mm - Gold on Black
Linda - Cranberry and Brown Croc
Flip Revised - Brown Croc on British Tan
Ivy - Brown with greens
Ronnie - Cranberry, British Tan, and Moss

Sunday, January 25, 2009

"Gutter Belt" Very weathered look. 100% scrap leather with
rustic rivets and "gutter" buckle. Rustic beat up rings hold belt together.

Friday, January 9, 2009

How to design your own dream engagement ring?

Design Jewelry copy
If you are planning to design your own engagement ring, the following steps will help you get the ring you desire.
1. Decide the ring style. Find out what would your to-be-bride prefer. Does she prefer traditional or modern, elaborate or subtle, feminine or stylish? Ask her family and friends for hint. Also look at her current wardrobe. You are sure to find clues to her style.
2. Consider the type of metal you want in your ring. Engagement rings are mostly made either in gold or platinum. In gold the popular choices are yellow gold and white gold in 18k or 14k gold purity. Platinum is more expensive than gold.
3. Choose the setting. Classic prongs is one of the most preferred settings for engagement rings. Other popular settings are bezel setting, tulip setting, pave setting and more modern styles include semi-bezel setting, tension setting amongst others.
4. Decide upon the design. Do you want a solitaire ring or a more elaborate setting with side stones? You can choose from solitaires, five-stone rings, three-stone rings or solitaires with accent stones.
5. Select the center stone. Think beyond diamonds. Colored gemstones like sapphire, emerald and ruby are the latest trend in engagement rings. For a more thoughtful ring, you can get your engagement ring with your fiancĂ©’s birthstone.
6. Once you’ve decided upon the center stone, think of the shape of the stone. Round, princess and asscher are amongst the most popular choices. Other options are emerald, marquise, pear oval, radiant, and heart.
7. Once you have finalized all the aspects of the ring, match each of the aspects with the amount you are willing to spend. This will help you cut down on your choices and select your perfect ring.
8. Now when you know what you want log in to a website that allows you to customize your engagement ring. Plan a romantic proposal and you are good to go. Congratulations!

Monday, January 5, 2009

Blue Sapphire Engagement Rings

Round Blue Sapphire and Diamond Three-Stone Ring in 18k White Gold

This classic three-stone engagement ring has a vibrant blue sapphire flanked by two round brilliant diamonds. Prong setting secures the stones adding durability to beauty.