One ring to fit them all

You want to buy a ring as a present but you don’t want to witness the shadow of disappointment creeping over your recipient’s face as they struggle to fit it on

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Hex you

Brighton-based jeweller Sarah Parham is the talent behind SVP, a line of pretty plated jewellery studded with ethically sourced gems. This 20ct gold vermeil ring is set with plump smoky quartz and is also available in five other colours. Smoke honeycomb ring, £50, SVP Jewllery

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Bold birch

Leeds designer Amy Hall is behind wood and paper jewellery line Red Paper House. This silver-plated ring has a painted birch diamond, topped with illustrated recycled paper. A strong layer of varnish keeps the design in good condition and it also comes in blue and yellow. Wooden crystal diamond ring, £14, Folksy

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Such a druzy

A big slab of sparkling druzy crystal in an 18ct gold plated ring – and for under £30. Say hello to the Isla ring from Norwich-based jewellery boutique Lisa Angel. Colours available are turquoise, black and pale pink. Isla adjustable druzy rings, £26, Lisa Angel

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Pearly queen

These 16ct gold plated rings are sold as a pair – one three-stack of pearls, one two-stack. You could give one to a dear pal and have matching jewellery. Or you could wear both yourself to create a long stack of rings extending up your finger. Joomi Lim faux pearl rings, £165, Harvey Nichols

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Eyeballing

Sold together, this duo of cartoon eyes look great worn on the first two fingers (also lends the V sign a comedy edge) or worn on opposing fingers as per Tatty Devine’s model. The fixture is silver dipped, the eyes made from Perspex. Cartoon eyes ring set, £30, Tatty Devine

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