Your fabby new sparkler deserves a happy home- whether it’s a Mrs. Box or one of these beautiful ring dishes we’ve rounded up for you. We’re obsessed with the concept of a lovely vanity laden with artfully-arranged baubles and fragrances. How you arrange your jewels allows for easy grab-and-go, and these dishes below are no exception.
Side note + sparkler care: I have a Mama and a bevy of sisters who not only worked in the jewelry biz but have maje collections, so heed the wisdom:
1. Don’t wear your rings for housework, yard work, to the beach, or to the pool. Let those babies rest. Diamonds are actually a lot softer than you think, as per my buddies at Croghan’s– and prong-set stones can tee up some trouble as well.
2. Don’t sleep or shower in your jewelry- it’s bound to fade, etch, crack, and more over time with all that wear + tear.
3. Pick your go-to spot (like a ring dish or velvet-lined drawer) where you always drop your sparkly things before diving into something else- that way you’re sure not to lose them.
4. If you have white-gold in your band(s), did you know you can re-rhodium-plate them annually for renewed shine whilst getting a routine steam clean + prong check? Fun fact.
I know- aren’t these Suite One Studio ring dishes just beyond? You need one in every color. You do.
Yeah, I couldn’t resist. I knew you’d want to see the tops of these bad boys.
I love a little wishbone for good luck- especially a gold one! This Dot & Bo ring dish could hold quite a few rings and bracelets too.
I had to represent, with this pressed patterned ceramic ring dish from Handmade Studio TN. Go vols!