Wish I knew more about this ring. I like the bold, but simple style. It came up in a search for Edwardian rings. I don’t know if it really is from the 1910’s. I’m not even sure about the diamond, or crystal, paste, etc. I’m sure it would be a good sparkler and if I really like the style, having an authentic diamond isn’t as important to me as just enjoying the ring.
Why don’t they design more jewelery with little men? It’s cute. It’s fun. I almost want to give them words of encouragement and think of teasing comments to make them blush. I’m going to design my own collection with little men rings, bracelets, earrings, brooches and so on. Of course, it will be cut and paste and unprofessional looking. But, it will be fun pulling my ideas together. It might even inspire someone who really does make jewelry. Source: Maggie & Rudi Ring Peridot | AENEA | Wolf & Badger
If you wanted a BDSM themed wedding band (or general ring) this would work. Found at Pandora and Pendragon. I haven’t tried a whip but it does get the point across.