Jeffrey M. Bertman
Graduate Gemologist

There has been a creative explosion recently in the ways that rings are designed and worn. While it remains popular to wear a stack of rings vertically on a single finger, rings are now going horizontal as well. This means that rings are now worn on all fingers (and thumbs) at various places. No longer reserved for wear just above the knuckles, “midi” rings adorn the upper half of the finger. These rings are so small that they physically will not go any further down the finger than half way. In addition, there are “brass knuckle” style rings that span across two or more fingers, as well as asymmetric-styled rings that seem to jump outward from the finger.

A variety of metals, stones and designs on rings give you the opportunity to be creative and make your own fashion statement on your hands. Consider a variety of textures and engravings, and settings for each ring. Shop from our large selection of quality gold and brilliant diamond jewelry. Our professional and knowledgeable staff is anxious to work with your to make sure that you have the best buying experience possible.


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