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A Peace Treaty, the online purveyor of super chic, ethically sourced scarves and jewelry, has launched a new line of stackable rings, and we're gonna give you some.
The brand's Solwara rings were made by artisan families in Rajasthan, India using centuries old family traditions under A Peace Treaty's "above fair trade" mandate (which means they hold themselves to standards even higher than the fair trade regulations), and, bonus, they're inspired by marooned explorers. If you want to win your own treasure trove of three stackable Vilela rings, do the following: Sign up for our newsletter below. In this afternoon's edition we'll release a secret phrase and the first person to email us with the phrase, their full name, and their mailing address gets the rings and the glory. But don't fret if you don't win: In our newsletter, you'll also find the promotional code for 40% off the Vilela rings until Friday, May 18, at midnight. Happy shopping!