Sherwood Ring

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cute but small I was very excited to receive this in the mail, however, when it came I was a little bit disappointed. I ordered the silver and it's a very cute ring, although thinner and smaller than I expected. I was planning on wearing this on my right ring finger (which is about a size 7-7.5) and it barely fit. I tried to stretch it out but then I was afraid it was going to snap. Aesthetically it didn't look very good stretched out either so I ended up wearing it on my pinky (it would make a cute toe ring too I suppose). For $32 I am just going to keep it but I wish it was a little bigger. June 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by perfect for small fingers I have this in both the brass and the silver. I've had the brass one for longer and it has developed a slight tarnish as brass is wont to do. I have only had the sterling silver for a day, but I suspect it will tarnish a lot less than the brass will. This ring is absolute perfection. It is my favorite ring I've ever owned. I love how delicate it is and how well it is designed. The proportions of the arrow head, the shaft, and the fletchings are aesthetically ideal. The little intermittent notches along the shaft are clean, simple details that add interest but don't take away from the delicate sleekness of the whole piece. Though adjustable, this ring really is very tiny. This is ideal for me, as I have small fingers and rarely am able to find rings that fit me. But those of you with fingers above a size 6 or so will probably find that stretching the ring to fit them throws off the whole look of the piece. Some things to note: the ring is thin, and you probably can't keep adjusting the size without it breaking eventually. In my opinion, this is the nature of the ring, and not a flaw. If it were any thicker I wouldn't like it. It would be best to adjust it to your finger once and leave it that way, so as not to stress the metal. Additionally, because the ring is open it sometimes gets caught on things. It gets stuck on my hair or on lacy things sometimes. This is annoying, but again, this just comes with the design. July 10, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cheap, tarnishes quickly, super, super small. Cute as a pinky ring or maybe to be worn a but further up the middle/ring finger, but not worth over $30 for how cheap this little guy is quality-wise. Disappointing :-/ September 11, 2012
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GOLD Style #:25430026 The perfect bulls-eye makes a calculated detour to adjust 'round any finger. Sherwood Ring