What’s Selling in Stores: Right-Hand Rings

We asked retailers across the country to share their best-selling right-hand rings this week.

 

Chas Schwartz & Son, Washington, D.C. Hearts on Fire Illa ring with 3.6 cts. t.w. diamonds in 18k white gold, $21,000.

“It’s an interesting ring because it doesn’t fit on two fingers. It hangs across another finger,” says director of sales Kert Blodgett.

 

Sharbuno Jewelers, Port Washington, Wisc. Private label sapphire-and-diamond rings (pictured: 18k white gold sapphire halo diamond ring from Brilliant Earth jewelry), $7,000–$45,000.

“They’ve been popular over the past month—blue is what people are wanting,” notes store vice president Tom Sharbuno.

 

Chatham Jewelers, Chatham, Mass. Estate platinum diamond cluster rings .75–2 cts. t.w. (pictured: diamond snowflake cluster ring with 2.65 cts. t.w. diamonds in 14k white gold), $1,500$3,500.

“They have always been popular,” says store manager and president Scott Hamilton. “We can’t keep them in stock!” 

 

Riddle’s Jewelry, multiple U.S. locations. White and mocha-hued diamond ring, .75 cts. t.w. diamonds set in 10k white gold, $848 —via ??@RiddlesJewelry.

JCK Magazine Editor