On Ines: Wild Flower ring by Maren Jewellery
Who doesn’t love statement rings? They’re fun and flirty, and when worn correctly, they can make any outfit feel complete. A statement ring is a piece of jewelry that stands out because of its size, color, or design. It is generally broad and has a strong visual impact on the wearer.
Shop for statement rings to find eye-catching pieces, extravagant and even weird. These rings add flair to your look with their large size and bold designs. There are several ways of wearing statement rings, from stacking them on your fingers to wearing them as collarbone accessories or slipping them over your knuckles as gloves do. Here are some tips on how you can invest in the perfect statement ring to accentuate your style:
Anania Orgeas with Sunray Signet ring by Maren Jewellery
Styled with Intrépide petit arc pavée ring and Intrépide petit arc ring by Loyal.E Paris
What to look for when buying a statement ring
The first thing to consider when buying a statement ring is the shape of your hand. You want to pick a form that complements your hand shape and doesn’t overpower it. It’s best to go with a more straightforward ring if you have smaller hands or are petite because a large ring can make your hands look smaller. A larger ring can balance out your look if you have larger hands or are on the curvy side. The second thing to consider is the size of the ring. A large ring looks visually overpowering on anyone’s hand. Typically, rings that are more than 2 inches wide are considered statement rings.
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The Souped-Up Signet Statement Ring
London-based label MATILDE’s Celestial ring is sent from the heavens. Sparkling with a scattering of lab-grown diamonds that mirror stars across the sky, the ring reinforces the label’s knack for drawing upon nature to create beautiful yet wearable creations.
The piece is crafted during a process rooted in fairness. Crafted from 14k yellow gold, it's the only jewelry piece your outfit needs. This piece features round-cut white lab-grown diamonds weighing a total of 0.181 ct.
The Mix Metal Statement Ring
If you’re a risk-taker who is not afraid to be bold with your fashion choices, a mixed metal ring could be the perfect statement piece for you. Mix metal rings are made from a combination of different metals. Mix metal jewelry can be either alloys or pure metals, such as copper and silver. You should consider investing in a mixed metal ring for several reasons. First, assorted metal rings are fashionable and available in various designs, colors, and gemstones. Second, mixed metal rings are durable and can last long. Even some assorted metal rings come with a lifetime repair guarantee.
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The Conscious Vanity Statement Ring
Echoing the Belgium-based brand’s ethical codes and commitment to supporting women, a portion of N-UE’s sales are donated to Project Nanhi Kali, which helps underprivileged girls complete their education in India.
Alike but uniquely different, this ring features two stunning lab-grown diamonds set on a recycled 18k gold open band. The round-cut and emerald-cut stones reflect the light differently, making this ring sparkle with a unique brilliance.
Invest in a Quality Statement Ring
It goes without saying that you should always invest in quality when purchasing a statement ring. Cheaper rings are made not only from a more affordable metal but also to lower standards than their pricier counterparts. This can come with many disadvantages and may even lead to the ring not fitting correctly as it should. So, when purchasing your statement ring, consider investing in a brand known for making high-quality jewelry. Some of the most prominent jewelry manufacturers include Swarovski, Pandora, and Tiffany & Co. These brands are known for using high-quality materials in their creations and generally have a wide selection of statement rings.
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The Double-Take Statement Ring
The goal of the Parisian fine jewelry brand Courbet is simple: to create beautiful pieces of jewelry that are also virtuous because “without goodness, beauty means nothing.” The brand, named after rebellious French painter Gustave Courbet, exclusively uses recycled gold and lab-grown diamonds. A portion of the label’s gold is “traditional” recycled material, such as jewelry. Still, most of it is sourced in urban mines - breathing new life into the substances that once formed computers and mobile phones with the help of metal recovery specialist Umicore.
Meticulously handcrafted in Europe, this 18k gold ring features the label’s signature “CO” design in shimmering lab-grown diamonds. It’s made with modern, empowered women in mind.
Try Something New and Different with Your Statement Ring
If you’re a regular reader of fashion magazines and keep up with the latest trends, you’re probably quite familiar with the standard ring designs and materials. You may have even tried out a few ring designs in the past. However, consider investing in a rare gemstone ring to get your hands on something new and out of the ordinary. These rings are designed with a wide range of rare gemstones and are considered statement pieces. Rare gems such as moonstones, aquamarine, and opals are highly sought after and are sure to catch the attention of anyone who sees them. These rings are also quite durable and can last long without getting damaged.
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The Fit-For-A-Queen Statement Ring
Cleopatra has been known for centuries for her incredible beauty, and this ring does her name justice. Crafted by master goldsmiths using artisanal practices, this piece features a single lab-grown diamond set in recycled 18k white gold studded with petite lab-grown diamonds. From the unique stacked effect to how the chevron frames the center diamond, the truly unique piece is worthy of a modern queen.
This piece features 40 round-cut white lab-grown diamonds weighing 1.19 ct. The focal lab-grown diamond’s clarity is graded VS2.
Don’t Be Afraid to Go, Big or Small with Your Statement Ring
If you’re unsure about investing in a large ring, you can always start off small and build your way up as you gain confidence. Alternatively, you can start off big and finish strong with a more oversized, bolder ring design. Bigger doesn’t always mean better. Plenty of trendy, smaller ring designs in the market will catch your eye. More oversized rings can be extremely eye-catching and are sure to grab the attention of everyone around you.
Statement rings come in all sizes. Start small and build your way up. On Glyne Mae: Ili ring and Kenaf ring by Scéona
Statement Ring: The Bottom Line
With these tips in mind, you can rest assured that you’ll be able to find the perfect statement ring for your taste and style. Whether you’re looking for a new piece to add to your jewelry collection or you want to try out something new, a statement ring is sure to catch your eye.
The Ultimate Statement Ring
THE RAYY’s creations might seem simple at first glance, but look a little closer, and you’ll discover each is an example of extraordinarily innovative design. The revolutionary Swiss label harnesses an advanced optical simulation from over eight years of research to share enigmatic hidden messages in each of their creations. Coming into focus with a hit of light at the right angle, the result is a unique and illuminating piece of art that inspires the wearer in every sense.
THE RAYY’s innovation extends from design to its fairness and transparency practices. The label’s statement rings and pendants are made from responsibly sourced metals fused with lab-grown diamonds.
The Trinity of Gold Jewelry: What Your Choice Says About You
Gold has been associated with royalty and opulence ever since the time of ancient Egypt. Gold jewelry is a timeless investment that keeps its value over time, and it’s also an affordable way to build your personal gold stash and diversify your portfolio. The look and feel of gold jewelry can vary greatly depending on the type of gold being used and how it’s being crafted. Many different types of gold jewelry are available, each with its specific properties and appearance. Consider your lifestyle, budget, and personal tastes when choosing which pieces are right for you.