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Trend Watch: Gem Rings For Spring

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We’ll admit it, we’ve got a bit of a rock candy crush. But then again, who wouldn’t be sweet on spring’s mix of lust-worthy gilded rings trimmed with the prettiest of gems?

 

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LEFT, TOP TO BOTTOM: Garnet, fire opal and 14K rose gold ring, $500. Moosh Jewels, 436 Uluniu St., 263-0141. Misa Jewelry Journey Treasure emerald and 14K yellow gold ring, $800, Petal sapphire and 14K yellow gold ring, $575, stacked with Morro labradorite, diamond and 14K yellow gold ring, $680. Riches Kāhala, Kāhala Mall, (808) 737-3303. 

 

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BOTTOM, CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT: Bliss Lau Harmonious 18K yellow gold and diamond two-piece ring set, $1,795. Riches Kāhala, Kāhala Mall, (808) 737-3303. Fire opal, diamond and 14K rose gold ring, $1,500, Sunstone and 14K rose gold ring, $350. Moosh Jewels, 436 Uluniu St., 263-0141. Rola emerald and diamond three-piece ring set, $1,320. Fighting Eel, 1133 Bethel St., (808) 738-9300. Tourmaline and 14K gold ring, $235. Moosh Jewels, 436 Uluniu St., (808) 263-0141.

 

 

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