Barneys style #: 293077805
Barneys style #: 500384413
Rose gold double banded ring set with four diamonds.
- 16mm face
Barneys style #: 501104660
What the left hand is known for: loyalty and fidelity. Romantic expectations and vows honored, usually enshrined in platinum and diamonds.
However, your right hand — that lucky minx — gets to be a little bit naughtier.
Take the Hoorsenbuhs ring above, for example. It’s the perfect right hand ring. Even its name is bold and a bit risque: the Dame Phantom II. This sounds more like a superhero’s car than a ring, but this is appropriate for the amount of vrrooom it gives off.
What we also love: the interplay of sweetness and edge. Sweetness: the rose gold. Edge: black diamonds. This is clearly the accessory — and jewelry line — for a woman both feminine and powerful.
Like any sassy dame, the Hoorsenbuhs ring comes with a great story to tell. Designer Robert Keith named his company after a ship owned by his Dutch ancestors, who ferried precious metals and gems around the world.
It’s no wonder, then, that his current creations exude a sense of adventure.
Once only available for custom orders, Hoorsenbuhs jewelry has been a huge hit since becoming available at Barneys New York.
Spotted on celebs like the Katie Holmes and the Olsens, this 18k gold and diamond ring takes a relatively traditional horsey design and sparks it with bling. Bold and unisex, it is available at Barneys for USD $5,000. I could see this as a really nice wedding set – it also comes in sterling silver with gold beads for $1500 and in a slightly modified design (the Dame Phantom II) with fewer diamonds. Get it now before the price of gold goes up AGAIN.
Shop our Hoorsenbuhs collection here, and make sure to check out the very cool, increasingly famous Hoorsenbuhs link ring collection.