With Independance Day the 4th of July 2010, comes the debut of the beginning of my 8th collection of jewelry inspired by the 1940's and 1950's. A lot of these pieces include themes from WWII, signet rings, pinky rings, intaglio rings, cameos , intials, and even popular sports of the time like bowling. All of which I have antiqued and prefered them to look worn to death, simply because men used to own so few pieces and the jewelry that they did have had so much value that they would never take it off.
When I think back on these times that shaped our great nation and when I wear one of these pieces, it's like I'm honoring everything America stands for and the all the people that fought to give us our freedom.
This is the eighteenth piece in this collection:
This is a solid sterling silver women's girl scout ring..
This ring is inscribed with GS on the top and the trefoil emblem...
Ring is shown as a size 7, but available in any size....
Marked with 925 for sterling silver and AJ for Alberto Juan...
Shown antiqued in the first two pictures, polished in the second two pictures and with the cub boy scout ring in the last picture....
Available polished, antiqued, or satin finish...
All Alberto Juan jewelry comes in a protective Velvet black bag also shown in some listings.
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