Piece of the Week: Marlo Laz’s Capricorn Rings
They’re jewels perfect for January birthdays.
This Earth sign is said to be ambitious, relentless in their pursuits, practical, self-reliant, and even a tad mysterious in that they keep their innermost thoughts to themselves, with more underneath their personality’s façade than one might know.
Diane Sawyer (Dec. 22), Timothée Chalamet (Dec. 27), Kate Middleton (Jan. 9), and Michelle Obama (Jan. 17) are all members of the Capricorn sun sign tribe.
A special birthday gift would certainly be well-deserved for members of the grounded and disciplined sign.
These Marlo Laz rings chosen for “Piece of the Week” are the perfect Capricorn tribute, with their whimsical interpretation of the zodiac trend.
The “Capricorn Zodiac Wave Band” is crafted in 14-karat yellow gold and priced at $2,200, while the accompanying “Burnished Wave Band” in 14-karat yellow gold with garnets, January’s birthstone, is $2,200.
Sold separately on MarloLaz.com, they make the ideal stack for January Capricorns together.
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