"Lucky" Sterling Silver Spinning Ring: C/O Timothy Roe Fine Jewellery* £20.00
I have another lovely piece of jewellery to show you today, girlies; this time it's from a Chichester-based company called Timothy Roe Fine Jewellery. They kindly asked me if I would like to review one of their spinning rings and of course I said yes- they're beautiful! The one I chose is the "Lucky" Sterling Silver Spinning Ring from their Primo collection as I love symbols of luck- I'm one of those people who needs a lot of them, haha!
I'm a sucker for packaging and the lovely, rich purple bag and box that the ring came in screams "luxury"- these rings would make the perfect gift for somebody as all the hard work is done for you. I love the ring itself as it is so dainty and looks lovely worn alone, or you can collect some more spinning rings and combine them to make a unique ring which expresses your personality and your memories. Timothy Roe stocks a vast collection of spinning rings, including gold and silver ones, rings with dangling charms and rings which have your birthstone set in to them.
The sizing of these rings is a little weird- They only come in XS, S, M and L, and I couldn't find a sizing guide on the website. I went for an XS, however, and it fits me fine- well- it's a little big but that's just the curse of the stick fingers; I struggle finding rings that are small enough for me!
The rings are also a little pricey- the one I have costs £20, and they range up to £59, so these are definitely something that I would ask for as a gift for a special occasion- but I liken the concept and the quality of these to a Pandora charm bracelet, so I do think they're worth it if you're willing to spend a little more on a piece of jewellery that holds a special meaning to you. There is also a 15% discount offer on at the moment- Just type in SPINNINGDEAL15 at the checkout if you want to take advantage :)
If you would like to check out the range of spinning jewellery at Timothy Roe (they also sell spinning earrings!), you can visit the Timothy Roe website here.
Do you own any spinning jewellery?
*DISCLOSURE: PR sample. My opinions are still 100% honest and my own.