Miss Daytona Ring
Sterling silver, garnet and vintage lucite cocktail ring
Cocktail rings first emerged in the jazz-age of the 1920s as a symbol of opposition to Prohibition. During that time, an alcoholic cocktail was about as rebellious a status symbol as you could get. Making sure that everyone noticed your illicit drink was equally important – particularly for women – who were beginning to challenge their proscribed role in the home and society. The cocktail ring – in all its colourful, blinging glory – was thus invented as an emblem of female independence and became the perfect accessory at secret parties in towns and cities across America.
This one-of-a-kind cocktail ring is as fun as you can get, as well as being super sustainable. It’s made from a vintage lucite 1950s mount, up-cycled by us to create a modern, eye-catching, really cool pink piece to dress up or down. We think this ring would look just as good paired with jeans and a white t-shirt as a jewel-toned sequin dress. And for the full look, why not go into full on pink mode and pair with our Miss Daytona Necklace and Miss Daytona Earrings.
If you like what you see, but would like to explore bespoke options, we can also make custom rings using up-cycled vintage mounts in any colour and gemstone combination. Just drop us an email at [email protected] and we can go from there!
- Sterling silver
- Vintage lucite
- UK ring size S
- Ring can be made smaller (POA)
UK ring size S
Can be made smaller (POA)
Width of ring (at widest point): 13mm