By Amanda Gizzi

There’s no wonder the world is captivated by 3-D.

Three-dimensional objects come alive and capture the imagination better than their two-dimensional counterparts.

Jewelry, rings in particular, naturally have a tendency to draw people into their beauty. Rings with depth, dimension, and the illusion of movement encourage admirers to come in for a closer look as every view and angle has been carefully crafted and considered.

Here are a few Style File highlights of rings that pop off the finger and, in some cases, actually have moving parts.

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