Que Linda

50% OR MORE OF EVERY SALE GOES TO CHARITY, EVERY DAY.

7 Rings

25.00
Facetune_09-12-2018-18-54-58.jpg
IMG_0992.jpg
IMG_0995.JPG
IMG_0993.JPG
IMG_0994.JPG
IMG_0996.JPG
IMG_0997.JPG

7 Rings

25.00

One thing the 21st century has taught us: Rings are for the ladies. Buy yourself a show stopper that shows you don’t need anyone but you to make you look down at your fingers and smile.

These rings are made of copper — same as lady liberty — and are all hand made and unique just like you.

  • Ring A (featuring center accent): Size 7.5

  • Ring B (wrap style): Sizes 6 and 7 available

  • Ring C (silver center): Size 5.5

  • Ring D (open arms): Size 5.5

  • Ring E (closed with silver accent): Size 5

All rings are copper, meaning they may react with skin (creating a greenish tint). While this can be seen as having medical value we also realize that many people may not like this color, so treat the rings to resist oxidation. Taking your ring off to shower or exercise can help prevent this. (Editor’s note: I wear my ring daily through exercise and all sorts of activities with minimal issue.

Cost to make: $7 (Materials: $2, Labor $5)
Credit card fee: $1.09

Charitable Donation: $16.91
(68% of purchase price)

Recommended Charity: Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Style:
Quantity:
Add To Cart

One thing the 21st century has taught us: Rings are for the ladies. Buy yourself a show stopper that shows you don’t need anyone but you to make you look down at your fingers and smile.

These rings are made of copper — same as lady liberty — and are all hand made and unique just like you.

  • Ring A (featuring center accent): Size 7.5

  • Ring B (wrap style): Sizes 6 and 7 available

  • Ring C (silver center): Size 5.5

  • Ring D (open arms): Size 5.5

  • Ring E (closed with silver accent): Size 5

All rings are copper, meaning they may react with skin (creating a greenish tint). While this can be seen as having medical value we also realize that many people may not like this color, so treat the rings to resist oxidation. Taking your ring off to shower or exercise can help prevent this. (Editor’s note: I wear my ring daily through exercise and all sorts of activities with minimal issue.

Cost to make: $7 (Materials: $2, Labor $5)
Credit card fee: $1.09

Charitable Donation: $16.91
(68% of purchase price)

Recommended Charity: Breast Cancer Research Foundation