These Animal Rings Come Alive When 3 Pieces Are Put Together – Design You Trust

These Animal Rings Come Alive When 3 Pieces Are Put Together


These beautiful rings will drive your fingers wild! Made by Bangkok artist “m e r r y m e,” these enamel three-piece accessories can fit together to form an animal doing something cute, or can be worn separately. For example, when worn on three fingers, one set of rings appear to be a squirrel after an acorn.


Rings have been given and received for about 6000 years. The finger on which a ring is worn often has some significance. In many Western cultures an engagement ring is worn on the a hand’s fourth digit, and is then transferred to the other hand after marriage.

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