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Amethyst to Ruby, Silver or Pewter – An Armor Ring Has It All And at Exceptionally Low Prices Too

Trying to keep up with fashion is difficult enough but to stay one step ahead and get yourself really noticed have you considered an armor ring to add the perfect finishing touch to whatever you choose to wear. If you have never seen one before, then prepare to be stunned by these really innovative, unique pieces of finger jewelry.

Until recently, any mention of an armor ring probably would have met with blank looks and shoulder shrugging and it is only since the likes of top designers such as Vivienne Westwood have got hold of them and using their own quirky, mesmerising designs and versions on the theme that they seem to have really created a stir.

There will be a certain type of person who will nod wisely at the mere mention of the name, as they have long been favoured by the followers of the Goth style of dress and to be honest they have done a pretty good job of keeping these awesome finger adornments to themselves.

But, the secret is now out and I am not sure why we have not noticed them sooner, they are so visually impactive as to be conversation stoppers. How many rings do you know of that cover from the base of the finger to just under the finger nail or second knuckle? Certainly not the image that a stereotypical one conveys or conjures up for sure.

With other names such as full finger ring, Gothic ring or medieval ring all used and they are just as apt in descriptive terms and you may wonder what sort of jewelry they are. By definition they are worn on and over the finger and so they sit in the particular box that says ring but, this is where similarities end.

Generally made of hard wearing and comfortable pewter or sterling silver they are fashioned in 2 or 3 pieces of your chosen metal and cleverly jointed in the same places as your own fingers. This allows ease of movement meaning that you barely even know that you are wearing one.

Being both intricate and delicate or robust and rugged in styles, their appeal is unisex. There are loads of different designs to choose from which makes them just perfect whether male or female. Maybe you just fancy something a little different from the norm and really are not too bothered who they would or would not suit.

With images of pieces of armor strong, yet protective or Gothic architecture with high peaks and stunning carvings these beautiful master pieces really do have to be seen to be fully appreciated. So, why not get ahead of the trend with an armor ring and set up your own fashion following? I have no doubt that you will feel spoiled for choice and inspired.

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