Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The Ring, Day 112



Here is a close-up of the ring I mentioned in yesterday's post. Please note, because she is a music student, she was able to get a G clef inscription on the side of her ring. The kids can customize their rings to match their interests in school.

Lucy, I hope that helps a little bit!

11 comments:

Robert Hill said...

Good shot - cute ring.

Michelle said...

There is an expensive ring that she will wear until June and then put in a box to be forgotten. :) I know this from experience. It is very pretty though.

Christina said...

I wore my class ring on that finger also, and my stone is a similar blue. Oops, but I just got my ring out and it fits on my index finger now. Perhaps I'll share a pic of it someday! :)

bentonflocke said...

beautiful ring!! Here where I live class rings are unknown.

Dot O said...

Here's hoping, Michelle, that she'll wear it longer! Since she graduates next year, we will get at least 14 months of wear!! LOL.

Actually, my daughter is a ring wearer so she may wear it even longer than that - only time will tell!

Sara G said...

That is a pretty pretty ring. I love the color of the stone!!
Great photo

Misola said...

Wonderful ring and a great award, I think.
But I also have not heard about class rings before (like betonflocke).

Mari said...

Beautiful ring! I like the way the rings are personalized now. When I went to school they were much more similar.

theArthurClan said...

I still have my class ring...and my kids always try to steal it because they think it's so cool. :)

I love that her interest in music is reflected in her ring.

Sujomi (SuzyH) said...

I did not buy a class ring either in high school or college. I do reget it. It's very lovely and I hope it reminds her of wonderful memories of school.

Lucy Corrander said...

It is an extremely nice ring and worth wearing in its own right. I hope your daughter really does find she wants to wear it for longer.

I'm still a bit bemused by the concept though!

Fascinating.

Lucy

P.S. It's also interesting because here, in England, a lot of effort is put into stopping children from wearing jewellery in school. L.