Buy A Beautiful Cocktail Ring For Your Next Event

Cocktail Rings

Cocktail rings became fashionable in the 1940's and '50s. Also called Dinner Rings, or Statement Rings, they are generally over-sized and dramatic. These rings run the gamut from fine jewelry to costume jewelry, from fanciful to flashy.

Cocktail rings are worn to compliment a wardrobe, and to make a statement.  Typically when a woman has a cocktail ring, she has several of them.  The price for such a ring has a huge range, and therefore can be enjoyed by anyone who fancies to wear one.  With the traditional cocktail ring having a stone of at least three to five carats, you mostly will find them with faux stones, as they would be an exorbitant price otherwise.  Not to say that the one's you see being worn at red carpet events don't carry an extreme price tag. 

 

Amethyst Large Cocktail Ring w/ Pave .925 Sterling Silver

This sparkling dinner ring has an elongated, pear shaped, Amethyst CZ. It has a modified checkerboard cut,and measures approx. 26x12mm. Hand set on a high polish, sterling silver band. The Rhodium electoplating gives the look of white gold.

Oval Pink CZ Cocktail Ring

Delightful Rosette style Cocktail ring.  An oval-cut, prong-set, clear pink CZ sits on a rhodium plated band.  Very feminine!

Madeira Citrine Cocktail Ring

These citrine gemstones are a total weight of 6.65 carats!

The emerald-shaped, yellow-orange Citrine stones along with round-shaped Madeira-Citrine stones sit atop a 14k white gold band. 

Sorrelli Cocktail Ring
Sorrelli Cocktail Ring

Sorrelli "Wild Meadow" Cocktail Ring

The Sorrelli "Wild Meadow" Multi Crystal Oval Cocktail Gold-TOne Adjustable Ring is made with gorgeous semi-precious stones and high quality Austrian crystals.  Designed to become an heirloom, it comes with a lifetime guarantee.

Mysterious Black Onyx Sterling Silver Cocktail Ring

White diamond CZs surround a black center Onyx stone.  A high polish Rhodium electroplate over sterling silver give the look of white gold.  Beautiful with it's curving lines and teardrop tipped arms that encase the gemstone.

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