This week, the Gold Horse Jewelry Spotlight is shining on one of our favorite pieces. The 14K gold wide Victorian belt and buckle ring is a classic design, with a clean, modern look. The ring is available with Ruby or Sapphire gemstones, and there are diamonds on the keeper.
This is a ring you can wear everywhere. The low design, flat against your finger, means no worries about snags or lost stones when you’re in the barn. The elegant style and fine American craftsmanship means you can wear this ring to the most formal, fancy events. More than a few people choose this ring as their equestrian theme wedding ring.
This great gold horse ring is also available in white gold.
Do you like the design, but prefer a narrower band? Check out the 14K Gold Slim Victorian Belt and Buckle Ring. It features the same great style, choice of sapphire or ruby gemstones, and diamonds on the keeper with a slimmer band.
The belt and buckle design shines in this 14K Gold Plaited Rein and Buckle Ring. This is a wide, flat ring. It’s 5/16th of an inch wide, just over a quarter inch. This is an ideal width for a wedding or commitment ring: many horse loving couples choose this classic equestrian look to commemorate their love.
In the mood for a laugh? Check out these Murphy’s Law for Horse Owners:
Murphy’s Horse Laws
There is no such thing as a sterile barn cat.
No one ever notices how you ride until you fall off.
The least useful horse in you barn will eat the most, require shoes every four weeks and need the vet at least once a month.
A horse’s misbehavior will be in direct proportion to the number of people who are watching.
Your favorite tack always gets chewed on, and your new blanket gets torn.
Tack you hate will never wear out and blankets you hate cannot be destroyed.
Horses you hate cannot be sold and will out live you.
Clipper blades will become dull when your horse is half clipped.
If you approach within fifty feet of your barn in clean clothes, you will get dirty.
The number of horses you own will increase to the number of stalls in your barn.
Your barn will fall down without baling twine.
Hoof picks always run a way from home.
If you fall off, you will land on the site of your most recent injury.
What can you add to this list?