Put several rings on it

The best ring sets to match

Whether you’re stacking or slipping one on each digit, do it with a matching set

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So brassy

Stacking rings have become a bit of a speciality for & Other Stories – their neat little sets come in varied sizes and hues, so you can share them across your fingers or just layer up a couple. This thin brass bunch in copper is a good place to start if you aren’t used to wearing so many rings at once. £12, & Other Stories

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Black drop

This silver plated monochrome quartet is handmade in the Staxx studio with Swarovski crystals – which somehow feels cooler here usual, here. Each ring is of equal size, so if you’re wearing them on the same hand they’ll give that Pinterest-y effect of stopping at different points on your fingers. £39, STAXX at notonthehighstreet.com

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Blue marine

These rings – made from resin with gold flakes suspended inside – elicited a heavy ‘ooh’ from our desks when we spotted them on Etsy. The blue teal version is our favourite, but they can also be made in other colourways like periwinkle grey and jade green. Get several of the same, or mix them up. £26.15 for one, Sloane Jewellery Design at Etsy

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Spell it out

These 22 carat gold plated sterling silver art deco letters from London-based designer Rachel Jackson are sold separately, but ideal for banding along your hand if you have a set of initials particularly close to your heart (you can even get an ampersand). The size is adjustable if you want to switch them around. £35 for one, Rachel Jackson London at Wolf & Badger

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Get beat

Since she launched her brand in 2013, we’ve been big fans of the strong shapes in Hatton Garden jewellery designer Maya Magal’s collections. But this set of three rings is slightly different; made from beaten metal (two in 925 silver, one 18ct gold plate), they’re eye-catching in a subtle way. £98, Maya Magal

 

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