dainty jewelry with aurate.

Women's Gold Signet Ring Aurate Fine Jewelry Style Blogtraditionally known as the “gentleman’s ring”, i always associated the signet ring with being super masculine.  yet they always caught my eye as a style i’d love to rock.  you know me, lover of all things handsome as hell, with a forever spot in my heart for all things tomboy.  when Aurate contacted me, and i laid eyes on their dainty signet ring, i knew it was the piece from their fine jewelry collection that i needed to have.Women's Gold Signet Ring Aurate Fine Jewelry Style Blogthe signet ring has always held a special place in my heart.  whenever one of the boys on my dad’s side of the family graduated from high school, my grandparents gifted them each with a gold signet ring with their initials.  still to this day, when we all get together, i love catching a glimpse of those special rings on all the boys’ (now grown men!) hands.  it warms my heart and reminds me of my late grandparents and their love for our family.  they were the classiest couple with such a great sense of style, and the signet ring just represents our family so well.  finding a feminine version of the classic style was like a no-brainer, of course i’m getting one!  this is exactly why i love Aurate so freaking much – they created a line of fine jewelry with pieces they needed but couldn’t find anywhere else.Gold Signet Ring from Aurate Fine Jewelry on Jackson Hole BloggerWomen's Gold Signet Ring Aurate Fine Jewelry Style Blogi absolutely love the simplicity of this ring. i’m not a big personalized person, but this is so subtle making it even more special.  i chose an “M” for my family name, making this signet my very own.

dainty gold fine jewelry will always be my go-to for every day looks, as well as when i get fancy pants.  gold just goes with everything, y’all, and aurate focuses on the highest quality pieces you can afford using 14k and 18k gold.  handcrafted in nyc with an eye for detail, these pieces are made to last a lifetime, and more!

this post was sponsored by Aurate // photos by Sarah Averill // all opinions are my own

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