ITEM OF THE DAY: MAY MARTIN FINE STACKING RINGS

In Item of the Day, What's New by Christine Galasso

They say that one is the loneliest number, and we couldn’t agree more—especially when it comes to jewelry. Take, for example, May Martin Fine’s stacking rings, meant to be worn in three’s and four’s.

Separately, the rings are delicate with small, colorful stones like diamonds, emeralds and sapphires. But doubled, tripled and even quadrupled together, the rings can contend with the biggest of sparklers. Some boast three round stones, while others combine shapes like baguettes and pave. The best part is that they’re all meant to be worn together, piled on and stacked high.

Obsessed with our new jewels 💕

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The rings play on May Martin Fine’s esthetic of timeless classics mixed with minimalist, modern style and a nod to vintage inspirations. All of their jewelry is handmade in DTLA (that’s cool-girl speak for Downtown Los Angeles) and solid 14kt gold and diamonds.

We couldn’t pick just one style, and why should we when the whole point is multiples? So we’re picking all the rings from May Martin Fine.

The Staking Rings range from $380 to $900 per piece at MayMartinFine.com.

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