Vintage .80 Carat @TiffanyAndCo Diamond Ring

I’ve been having diamond ring fever recently. I keep watching myself scrolling through pictures on different jeweler’s websites, Etsy, Pinterest, Tumblr…It’s bad guys. They are just so sparkly and pretty, it gets hard to look away. Am I right? I’ve fallen in love with a lot of rings lately from Erstwhile Jewelry Co.

Here is a new favorite one that was recently sold. I just hope A CERTAIN SOMEONE I KNOW bought it. Because, dang. Look at it, it’s a beaut!

Circa 1949

A vintage TIFFANY & CO. engagement ring made in PLATINUM and centered with an approximate .80 CARAT EGL certified transitional cut diamond with H-I color and VS1 clarity. Center diamond is accented with single cut diamonds on the shoulder.

Amazing Ring Race


Saturday, August 20, contestants in the Seattle Area competed to find a hidden $15,000 diamond ring from E.E. Robbins. This wasn’t like any other treasure hunt, it was a high tech race to solve clues and riddles sent via text message. Sounds very move-like, doesn’t it?

Here’s a picture of the winner (well his hands) with the prize:

Video footage here:

Webpage for the Seattle Amzing Ring Race.

@natashapsawlani participated in the Chicago Amazing Ring Race…and won! Look at her ring, it’s stunning:

Congrats you two!

Link to the Chicago Amazing Ring Race


Stumbled upon this today….

Custom, handmade, fingerprint rings.Yeah, FINGERPRINT. But not just some strangers, your own or your loved one (or even your dog/cat). From their Etsy website:

We use the ancient lost wax casting process to sculpt your fingerprint into metal as the ring is being formed. We use your actual finger texture–unlike our competition, we do not engrave or etch the fingerprint into the ring. Our jewelry is handmade, one piece at a time, by professional jewelers.


But seriously, HOW COOL IS THIS? Unique, personal, sentimental….you get the picture.

Company website here