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Friday, November 9, 2012

Yesterday’s Wall Street Journal had a story on how monogramming is hot for the holidays, so I took that as a sign that my new letter/punctuation mid-finger rings should be November’s Jewel of the Month! I gave you a sneak peek at these additions to my WENDYB by Wendy Brandes diffusion line last month.

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Now the ring styles shown above are available on my website. The gold letter ring (which will be in my normal 18K gold, not 14K as described in that original post) is $335 and custom-made for you in the letter of your choice.

Click to order in the letter of your choice.

To order a silver letter ring for $150, holla at me at wbjewelry at hotmail dot com. If punctuation is more your style, I have one sterling-silver mid-finger asterisk ring available for immediate delivery.

This sterling-silver mid-finger asterisk ring is available for immediate delivery. Click to purchase.

Another option is partially gold-plated sterling silver. I have one dollar-sign ring like that ready for immediate delivery and would be happy to do a letter version.

$175. Click to purchase.

My standard mid-finger ring comes in an adjustable size 4 — you can open the band wider or pinch it smaller to fit comfortably on your finger. Of course, because these are all made to order, you can request another size instead. You might want a larger size so that you can wear your ring normally instead of mid-finger. Just bear in mind that manufacturing slows down this time of year as factories deal with holiday orders, so please allow three weeks for delivery and order sooner rather than later.

I have plenty of other letter, number and punctuation options. If you’re looking for a statement ring, my original, large, sterling-silver letter rings are available individually. I have at least one of each letter ready to go, so early orders will be filled immediately.

“B” is for “buy me.”

Here’s how the G ring looks on gorgeous blogger Patti of Not Dead Yet Style.

Patti’s G ring.

Not a ring person? My petite letter necklaces come with standard options like STFU …

$275. Click to purchase.

… but people have been customizing them by ordering their own letter combinations, often representing family members’ initials. Price depends on your choice of gold or silver, chain length and number of letters, numbers or symbols on the necklace, so email me at wbjewelry at hotmail dot com to discuss.

If you’re looking for a statement monogram necklace, my Boleyn initial pendant in sterling silver fits the bill.

Blogger Alice Olive holds her Boleyn necklace. Click for more information.

Those are $660 and because they’re large, they take longer to produce. To get one of those in time for the holidays, order now.

At the moment, my most subtle initial offering — my 5-millimeter stud earring — is my most popular. I have hashtag and “at sign” studs in stock …

One “at sign” earring is $35. Click to purchase.

… but you can order any letter, number or symbol in any combination you want. For instance, if MrB had pierced his ears the way I did — with two holes in one lobe and one in the other — I’d make one M, one R, and one B earring for him. That’s not going to happen because he doesn’t have any piercings, but you see what I’m saying.

Like the concept of personalization but not initials? Try an area-code necklace or ring set.

A sterling-silver necklace with three numbers is $275.

I wear a set of 212 rings myself.

Wearing my NYC and 212 rings with my IDGAF necklace.

Journey sang, “Any way you want it, that’s the way you need it” and that clearly applies to this kind of design. There are so many options!

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, don’t be shy. Email me with your request and I’ll get you sorted out ASAP. I can even make you a necklace that says ASAP while I’m at it.

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5 Responses to “Jewel of the Month: Mid-Finger Ring Monogram Mania”

  1. Love your fonts for both the letter rings and Boleyn initials. This choosing-what-I’m-most-in-love-with bit is glorious but getting harder all the time!

  2. Like the mid finger rings, they’re very cool and you don’t have to worry about jamming them over your knuckles. Excellent idea.

  3. stacy says:

    Love the idea of mixing and matching these. The mid finger rings are way cool!

  4. Gypsy says:

    OMG love the NYC / 212 rings, I love all the rings, I love all your stuff, not that Ive found you, Ive become a lil obsessed, not cuckoo :) but yes, confession, Im obsessed w.you, your look, your clothes (personals) and your jewelry….LOVE LOVE LOVE