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Amazing Two in One Ottoman Empire Style Turkish Rings and Other Jewelry by GiftableDesign

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Turkish designer, Begum Dogru of GiftableDesign, has a large collection of amazing two in one rings. These cleverly designed rings have two bands and are hinged. As you can see from the pictures below, you can open up the ring and rotate the focal so that another design is revealed. Neat!

They are mostly done in the richly ornate Ottoman Empire style. But there are also some simpler designs. The rings do sit higher on your finger. 

There are literally hundreds of designs. Well worth your time to check out GiftableDesign. She uses synthetic stones – real rubies and emeralds will cost thousands of dollars. Even so, I think the designs are seriously underpriced given the workmanship and intricacies involved!

Ottoman jewelry was characteristically ornate and colorful. The artisans typically used a mix of metals and gemstones. Concentric circles of small gemstones around a larger one was also another favorite style.

The Entire History of the Ottoman Empire in 7 minutes :


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