Currently wearing a stack of four rings — a peridot and a citrine, both from Paris, and an opal and a diamond, both from an ex-boyfriend . . . Seems the trend is catching on, with Iosselliani‘s fun collection of pre-stacked rings in different and beautiful combinations.

{Also like their selection of ultra-cool mixed chain necklaces.}

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  • Beautiful rings.
    I really like the combination.

  • Chloe – love that you’re addicted :)

    Rhia – thank you!

    Paris Hotel Boutique – how exciting! Will be a fun parcel to receive in the post :)

  • I just wanted to let you know that thanks to this your post, I went to Iosselliani’s website and ordered the silver stacking rings. They even had them in my size!! Thank you!

  • You have been awarded =)

  • Your ex-BF has really good taste. I’m coveting the rings badly.

  • I’m a very big fan of elegant stacked rings, especially ones with different kinds of metal/gold! My engagement ring was white gold (casual celtic knot) and my wedding band is an antique yellow gold band. I love the way they look together!

    Happy weekend :)

  • Love everything Ioselliani touches, there’s something so glamorous about stacking so much beauty on your fingers.

  • You know, I’m going to do this too…I have my Aunt’s engagement ring from the 40’s which on its own isn’t very special, but paired with a couple of other nondescript pieces, all together they just might make an impact. Thanks!

  • I love stacking rings! And I love that photo! Gorgeous!

    Also, I’m addicted to your blog…if you can’t tell ;)

  • this is really nice

  • wonderful

  • love the top image

  • Love the rings, opal one is especially lovely.

  • you have an amazing blog, would you like to link?

  • i love stacking rings. it makes me feel glamorous, especially when i’m having one of “those” days :) and those chain necklaces are gorgeous!

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