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Beautiful stacking rings
I love this set - I got them in part to symbolize my husband, daughter & myself. The craftsmanship and detail are lovely and they have a nice weight - not cheap and fragile or heavy and uncomfortable. Per suggestion I ordered a size up and they fit perfectly. I was worried the three together might feel too bulky on one finger, but they feel great. Lovely addition to my NOVICA jewelry collection! Shipped quick, packaging great, no complaints here!
This ring is outstanding!
I fell in love with this ring. It was even nicer than the picture. The citrine gems really sparkle and are an excellent size. The clarity is astounding. In addition the ring is extremely comfortable to wear.
Guena Brazilian gemstone trees, coasters and figurines
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Gold Plated Drusy Agate Stacking Rings (Set of 3), "Samba Dazzle"$109.99
Mined in Brazil, drusy agate is dazzling. The sparkling gem in dark steel gray finds a showcase in a trio of rings that have been plated in 18k yellow gold. From Novica's Gemstone Jewelry of Southern Brazil collection, the set of three can be worn together or separately.
Embroidered Cotton Blouse, "China Paths in Dark Brown"$34.99
Classic Chinese fashions inspire Jariya Kakaew to create this trendy new design. The blouse is woven of cotton featuring angular borders front and back. The v-neck cut and cuffs are decorated with glyph-like patterns. They are embroidered in cotton twine that is prepared by hand. The blouse slips over the head.
Batik Cotton Foldable Shopping Tote Bag, "Jogjakarta Legacy"$29.99
Java's Wahyu Sulistiani designs a trendy tote that also folds and zips up, ideal to keep in the handbag. Working with batik techniques on cotton, Sulistiani selects the motif in a palette of red, blue, green and cream hues. The parang sekar pisang blends two legendary motifs, the or dagger, once reserved for Javanese sultans, and the sekar pisang or banana flower.