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Sparkling Diamond-Halo Guinevere Four-Band Puzzle Ring

This ring is simply delicious with a sparkling halo of glowing diamonds. Shown with a 5mm tanzanite center stone and a diamond total carat weight of 0.06. Like all of our puzzle rings, yours will be individually hand-made to your exacting desires, so you may have any center stone you wish in any of several sizes. You may also have any precious metal or combination you want:  14K yellow, white, or rose gold; four colors of 14K gold (add green [...]

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At last! An Almost 2CT Marquise Puzzle Ring in Your Choice of Precious or Lab-Created Diamond or Gemstone and Precious Metal

This ring is an astonishingly gorgeous piece, and we’re so happy to have had the opportunity to capture images. You see, we are in New Mexico, and our puzzle ring artist is in California. We don’t always have time to get a ring here in-house for photographs before the proposal date. With a 1.85CT moissanite, the sparkle is immense, and we are only sorry that photographs cannot show the depth and play of refracted light. A four-band, medium-heavy-weight, platinum puzzle ring [...]

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Ancient Posy Ring Find

It’s always intriguing to see a posy ring from a few hundred years ago – described as from medieval times – that is unique and that was found, mostly likely, in a farmer’s field or other prosaic setting. In England, the adorably charming Nantwich Museum in Cheshire is raising funds to purchase a few items including a gold posy ring:

Nantwich Museum launches appeal to buy local treasure items
The “posy” or inscribed poem reads, ‘Far of yet not forgot’. The design on the outside of the ring is [...]

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Cambridge Puzzle Ring with Gemstone and Diamond Cluster

A new and sparkling version of our heavy Cambridge puzzle ring is alluring! For a custom order with the center stone of your choice and a diamond halo, please contact Mandira directly. You may choose from round, emerald-cut (shown), or princess-cut (square) center stones. Cambridge diamond halo puzzle ring

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Cambridge Puzzle Ring – Ultra-Heavyweight

This puzzle ring is an amazing piece – very heavy in weight and incredibly impressive on the hand. Our puzzle ring artist wears this for his wedding ring, and he told me he likes to play with it and take it apart and put it together while driving. Now there’s a feat, and I wouldn’t recommend it to anyone with less than 40-50 years of putting these rings together. But there is something very comforting (or as mental health [...]

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New! Sparkling Diamond Shadow Wedding/Anniversary Band

Experience the elegance of a modified diamond shadow band that gorgeously complements your engagement puzzle ring. This unique design doesn’t follow every intricate detail of a puzzle ring; instead, it mirrors the overall curvature, giving a sophisticated look. Made specifically for rings with a tight or standard weave, it offers a departure from our usual designs that are typically paired with open-weave puzzle rings. Alternatively, we can craft a similar design to accompany your open-weave engagement ring, resulting in [...]

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Posy Ring with Mystery Message Found Near Sherwood Forest

Can you imagine the thrill of responding to a signal while you are out metal detecting and finding a historical treasure? And then to learn that this treasure has significant monetary as well as historical value? That’s exactly what happened to Andy Taylor recently when he found this ring with the message inside, “I Meane Ryght.” This ring is believed to have been hidden by the Sheriff of Nottingham as many as almost 500 years ago. Another mystery is [...]

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Rings of Antiquity

I want to share a lovely article by Beth Bernstein: “a jewelry historian, jewelry expert, and collector of period and modern jewel (sic) and a purveyor of all things sparkly.” She knows just where to find amazing historical pieces that are just plain fun to learn about. Learn about her recent finds in this article in Forbes. And here is the site of which she speaks:  Les Enluminures. Have fun taking a tour of their unique pieces and, if you wish, [...]

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