Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Mystic ball

Sorry for the delay in posting. I have been feeling very down in the dumps recently and have been slobbing around in my PJ's eating pringles.
Here is a beautiful ring which I picked up for £1.00 in the Eleanor Lions hospice charity shop recently. The colours are amazing and change colours from certain angles, from clear to blue, to pinks and reds. It reminds me of a mystical ball or something. Such a precious little piece and I was so happy to have found it for a great price because I know a lot of charity shops price jewellery up quite a bit. It's a tiny bit too big for me but I still wear it. I am used to wearing big rings, even my engagement ring is still too big after having it sized smaller to a custom size.

12 comments:

  1. Fabulous ring. Hope you're feeling happier. xx

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  2. Awww so pretty. Id love one myself. Xx

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  3. I have a blog post on adjusting the size of a ring to fit! Basically, if the metal is malleable, squash it down with force or a hammer to make more of an oval shape.

    http://meowcake.blogspot.com/2010/05/tips-n-tricks-poorly-fitting-rings.html

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  4. thanks for commenting on my blog! That ring looks really cool, very gypsy like. I'm not Filipino, but i recently came back from the Philippines c:

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  5. What a lovely, lovely blog you have! Very girly indeed. The ring is so gorgeous...it kind of reminds me of a beautiful sunset.

    xx Carina

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  6. £1 is a bargain, my local charity shops always price jewellery really high. Hope you're feeling a bit Christmassy now x

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  7. wowow this blog is amazing- so lovely! :)

    Now following!

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    http://electricsunrise.blogspot.com/

    xx

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  8. Gorgeous ring - very unique. Lovely blog too :) x

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  9. wow.. very cool ring

    xx

    Have a great weekend :)

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  10. Wow great find ! i always forget to check out the jewellery cabinets in charity shops, i will remember to now :)
    Love your blog, your newest follower, Em xxx

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