Unique Ring Thread - Share Them Here

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Got this one the other day, a 14k white & yellow gold "lucky ring" that apparently didn't bring the owner much luck. It has 20 white sapphires, a small ruby, and the typical elephant with it's trunk turned up, On the left side there is a white gold horseshoe and on the right side a white gold "7". I've searched the internet for another one like it but can't find one. Found a unique ring? Then post it here because I like seeing the unique and/or unusual.
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Have several odd and unusual gold rings, here are two you would not see now days.

Early 1900's,..... Fools gold crystals used as the mounted stone in a gold ring, then considered Good Luck.. have a few of these but this maybe the strangest looking.


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Late 1800's Gold mourning hair ring. this one more then likely had hair from a child or baby who had died.. hair wrapped internally, has a open back..


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Have several odd and unusual gold rings, here are two you would not see now days.

Early 1900's,..... Fools gold crystals used as the mounted stone in a gold ring, then considered Good Luck.. have a few of these but this maybe the strangest looking.


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Late 1800's Gold mourning hair ring. this one more then likely had hair from a child or baby who had died.. hair wrapped internally, has a open back..


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Awesomer! Give me a minute....I have a ring you may be able to explain as I thought it was a gold spinner but now you have me thinking it may be something similar to what you just shared?
 
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Yes.. that is one for sure.. Kool one too!

Picture from the internet with hair.

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Awesomer! So are the initials in relation to the hair as well? I'm guessing these are also something from the past as I have never seen anything like them before? Like I said, I just figured it was a gold spinner missing the spinner portion.....lol
 

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I've found all kinds of oddball rings through the years. Here's a couple of them........
 

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I found this ring this past April on a Cape Cod beach. Not my favorite, but it is unusual. It is related to the Twin Peaks show, which I never really watched. It resembles a stump, is made of silver, I believe, and has a quote from the series on one side: "My log has something to tell you." Apparently an eccentric character on the show had a communicative relationship with a log. Strange! 20210921_181516.jpg 20210921_181935.jpg
 
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jewelry from one of my Fla. trips - the very large cross ring is solid and was i think exactly an ounce - boy did it clunk in the scoop - found just north of SOBE in like chest deep waters - i must have a better pic somewhere but could be on one of my crashed computers - ring with little gold ball is Tiffany - silver with gold
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