Daylight Robbery? Marina Calamai cherry ring

It’s cute. It’s whimsical. It looks like the kind of thing you’d pick up in Claire’s Accorssories, and pay less than £5 for.

But it’s not. Actually, this little cherry ring will set you back £819 / $1,332. Now, we’re going to assume that’s some kind of precious metal at the base (Colette haven’t specified what it’s made of), but even assuming it is: if we’ve just spent $1,332 on an item of jewellery, we kind of don’t want it to look like it could’ve come from Claire’s.

Is it just us? Would you pay that much for this ring? Click here if you answered in the affirmative…

5 Comments

  • March 24, 2011

    Mary

    Pity it’s so overpriced- I’d buy it if it were 5 dollars, it’s really cute.

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  • March 25, 2011

    Ez

    Very cute but what I want to know is will this ring last? If it was bought for £5, its likely the paint would start to chip off and it would only really last a certain amount of time. Which is fine for £5, but if I paid £800+ for it I would want it to last forever!!

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  • March 25, 2011

    susann akers

    This the stuff for people who are so rich, that if they see something they like they just get it. Price doen’t matter. It looks cheap, I quite like it though

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  • March 25, 2011

    Shinygirl

    It better be made out of frigging unicorn s**t and give me superpowers for that price.

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  • March 27, 2011

    Saelis-Fiona

    I guess if the cherry was like, a ruby or something I’d go for it…or not. I like it though, but I wouldn’t wear it; I hardly ever find rings in my size anyways, my hands are so tiny…

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