Ocean Stacking Ring Set

Mix, match, and layer these handcrafted rings for breezy beach style.
created by

Brittany Russo

$90.00 $ 54.99

created by

Brittany Russo

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Jewels Of The Sea

Show off sea shell rings down by the sea shore with Brittany Russo's handcrafted, recycled silver trio, which features a spiraled design adorned with a delicate starfish and scalloped shell. Made in Massachusetts.

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Made in Massachusetts

Exclusively for UncommonGoods

Growing up on the East Coast of Massachusetts, Brittany's heart has always been tied to the ocean. With a vision of creating eco-friendly jewelry with the sea in mind, Brittany began making sea glass jewelry at the age of 19. From there, she created a nautical line of jewelry using mostly recycled materials, with the ocean lover in mind.

Handmade Recycled Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
Argentium Silver twisted wire, sterling silver charms
Measurements
Ring Sizes avail: 6, 7, or 8
Click here to view Ring & Belt Sizing Chart.
Item ID
42400

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      small objects on band break off easily

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