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Of a Kind’s New Fine Jewelry Selection Is Amazing

Especially for unique engagement rings.

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Of a Kind, the always-one-step-ahead online retailer, has been known for its unique and thoughtful selection of up-and-coming brands making everything from clothes to greeting cards since launching in 2010. And as of today, the marketplace is adding fine jewelry to its long list of offerings.

“We've had fine jewelry editions over the years, but this is the first time we've really gone deep in this category,” co-founder Erica Cerulo told us by phone. “We've found that our audience really has an appetite for it — that people were coming to us for engagement rings and other I-want-to-have-this-forever pieces and that we could offer them some really special stuff.”

So what’s there now that wasn’t before? Think tourmaline necklaces, diamond-capped cuffs, and tons of incredible engagement rings made with precious metals and semi-precious or precious stones.

You’ll find pieces from designers like Anna Sheffield, Lauren World, Kathryn Bentley, and Still House, with prices starting in the low $300s and peaking at upwards of $12,000, though most of the selection sits somewhere in the middle.

Lauren Wolf Ruby Eternity Band, $1,800
Still House Black Diamond Alwa Necklace, $450
Anna Sheffield Five Cluster White Gold Band, $2,900
Still House Tevo Ring, $1,150
Anna Sheffield Attelage Hoops, $1,500
Kathryn Bentley Tourmaline Amulet Pendant, $1,300
Kathryn Bentley Organic Oval Diamond Band, $4,800