By Ashley Davis
This Jessica Biales x Rowing Blazers 18-karat gold and enamel signet ring takes its inspiration from rugby jerseys.
New York—Preps rejoice; you can now match your pinky ring to your blazer.

New York City-based jewelry designer Jessica Biales is updating her popular signet ring styles for a collaboration with Rowing Blazers.

The collection is inspired by the latter’s signature “croquet stripe” rugby shirts and original rugby shirt, which feature the skull-and-bones emblem that adorned the first rugby jerseys.

In jewelry form, this translates to striped enamel signet rings in new shades (Biales previously launched navy-and-white enamel styles followed by a group of collegiate colors) and a skull-and-bones motif.

The made-to-order styles are unisex, designed to be worn by both women and men, and are crafted in 18-karat gold or sterling silver and adorned with enamel.

Priced from $400 to $2,400, the collaboration is available online and in-store at Rowing Blazer’s downtown New York City “clubhouse” now.

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