“RING” IN THE NEW YEAR
Back in the days of ye olde England, churches would signal the arrival of the new year by ringing their bells at midnight on December 31st. Even in New York City, people used to gather at Trinity Church on Wall Street — not Times Square — to hear the bells ring in the new year. The phrase has stuck. But here at The Shops at Columbus Circle, it takes on a different meaning entirely, where we’re kicking things off with rings that glitter and glow. Bling it on!
Swarovski is adding plenty of sparkle to 2018 with this rhodium-plated ring ($149) that is dressed up with clear pavé crystals. Not just a cocktail ring, the classic spiral silhouette will take you from day to date in style.
All eyes will be on London’s Big Ben on New Year’s Eve — and on your hand when you’re wearing this 18-karat rose-gold vermeil ring with black sapphires ($425). Links of London took inspiration from the face of London’s iconic monument to create the cut-out design of this timeless gem.
With its black-toned open-chain-link design, this stunning statement piece ($85) from Michael Kors is the ultimate in urban chic. It combines just the right amount of sophisticated shine to light up your new year.
Rings are not only for fingers at Monica Rich Kosann, where the charmingly inscribed Poesy Collection (from $130) hangs from a chain, close to your heart. The rings and necklaces are available in a beautifully crafted selection of silver and 18-karat gold.
There’s no better way to start 2018 than by slipping on the moonstone ring ($109) from the New Perspective Collection at Satya. The lotus flower detailing on the band symbolizes new beginnings and infinite potential. This will surely be your best year yet.