6 Options For A Jane Austen Ring of Your Own

While the internet, The Jane Austen House Museum, and Kelly Clarkson pull out all stops to hold on to Jane Austen’s beautiful ring, I am behind the screen scouring the internet for rings that somewhat resemble.

The gold and turquoise ring that was owned by the divinely talented novelist is absolutely breathtaking and worth the current fight. If you also happen to be scouring as I, then have no fear, I have rounded up a few favorites ready to be purchased.

  • A rusted gold ring 1 of 6

    The little nudges on each side of the ring makes this ring just a little more special. 

    This ring is ready for purchase from Artifact Vintage for $85

  • Vintage Persian 2 of 6

    This vintage persian turquoise ring makes a statement with its intricate design and bold face.

    This bold beauty is from A. J. Martin Jewelry for $375  

  • Antique Chinese Export 3 of 6

    What I love most about this gem is the ringlet edges. The ringlets give this ring a more modern touch. 

    This ring is available for purchase at Small Town Vintage Shop for $145

  • Sleeping Beauty Turquoise 4 of 6

    Unlike Jane Austen's ring, this one is sterling silver. A rustic look for the win. 

    This medieveal inspired piece is from Warren Exchange for $29

  • Wire Wrapped 5 of 6

    I am a big fan of wire wrapped rings. I love how adjustable they are to fit any ring size, and how most are so timeless. 

    You can purchase this dainty beauty at Three Stones Jewelry for $18

  • Gold stacking ring 6 of 6
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    Turquoise in the form of a 14k stacking ring. So dainty, and elegant. 

    Available at Scarlett Jewelry for $152


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