Pirate Themed Party Jewelry
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What do you think of this ring?
April 9, 2013 by

This weekend I went to PrideFest 2013 and saw one of the women there selling jewelry. Really different pieces, including earrings made out of guitar picks. Not what I'm accustomed to buying, but that's what caught my attention.

There were also rings with designs of creatures. I'm used to seeing butterfly rings now, but not lizards. After scanning the rings I came across this ring ---------------->
It's scary, freaky and definitely nothing I would've chosen in the past, but perfect! My son's birthday is coming up and the theme is Pirate's of the Caribbean! Although this is more Indian Chief Skeleton, I can still pull it off! I NEVER buy jewelry strictly for parties unless it's a fancy affair, so picking up a piece for my son's party is new to me, but now I'm addicted. I want more! Trust, I will make sure everyone at the party sees my little skeleton ring!

A few additional things I like!
  • It's a heavy ring, it doesn't have a cheap, plastic feel to it.
  • This is the first ring I bought with an adjustable back, and that's great because I have my father's fat conga playing hands, lol. Usually I have to oil my finger just to get a ring off but I don't have to worry about that with this ring.
  • It was only 3 freaking dollars!!! What??? That's a steal, I have to get more!

What do you think?
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JordanApril 9, 2013 11:56 PM

Its pretty cool. Is it really heavy? doesn't feel like a jewelry from a gumball machine?

>RondaApril 10, 2013 3:09 PM

  It's not super heavy, but it does have weight to it, which I like. Not at all a cheap feeling ring.

Vanessa HApril 10, 2013 1:31 PM

It's cute. I like weird jewelry. the lady has a store or is it just something she sells on the side?

>RondaApril 10, 2013 3:09 PM

  Lol, well it definitely fits then. She has a booth at events but I'll find out if she has anymore, send me an email (ronda@supportstluciecounty.com) with your
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