By Ashley Davis
Ashley.Davis@nationaljeweler.com
New York--Bold signet pinky rings have a long history but are enjoying a contemporary resurgence as the ring du jour.

Sorellina has elevated the trend, leaving their stamp (pun intended) on this cool rock crystal version.

A customized initial is rendered in rhodium-plated 18-karat gold and bedecked with diamonds, then set in rock crystal atop an 18-karat yellow gold shank in this pinky ring, which retails for $2,750.

Customers who aren’t a fan of rock crystal can also choose between an onyx, white onyx or green quartz version.

It’s available at New York boutique Fivestory, and on the store’s website. 

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