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Styling Tips for Birthstone Mother’s Rings

What does a Mother’s Ring look like?

Grand ring, Warren ring, personalized Rosecliff Stackable ring, and Greenwich ring in 14k yellow gold lay on a flat surface.

How to design a Mother’s Ring

A hand wearing a personalized Greenwich 2 Birthstone ring featuring a center diamond with 4mm opal and Nantucket blue topaz.
A hand wearing a Rosecliff Small Circle Rainbow ring featuring twelve 2mm prong set gemstones with alternating diamonds.
Close-up of a hand wearing a personalized Rosecliff Stackable ring featuring eleven alternating 2mm sapphires and peridots.

How to Arrange the Birthstones

Hand wearing 2 Rosecliff Diamond Stackable rings, Rosecliff Circle Peridot ring, & personalized Rosecliff Small Circle ring.
Close-up of a hand wearing a personalized Rosecliff Stackable ring featuring a four birthstone pattern in 14k yellow gold.

Do birthstones have meaning?

Is a Mother’s Ring a good Push Present?

Can you stack several rings together?

A hand wearing four stacked Rosecliff rings featuring diamond, emerald, pink tourmaline, and sapphire in 14k yellow gold.
Woman's hand wearing two Rosecliff Stackable rings with a Greenwich Solitaire ring resting between them on her ring finger.
Woman's hand with three stacked Grand rings, all featuring a 6mm briolette cut, bezel set gemstone on a 1.6mm band.

How to create a Grandmother’s Ring

A hand wearing a personalized Warren ring featuring a 10x8mm center stone & sixteen 2mm prong set accent stones on the band.
Woman's hand wearing a personalized Rosecliff Small Circle ring featuring twelve 2mm faceted round cut, prong set gemstones.

How to design a family ring

A hand wearing two Rosecliff Stackable rings and a Greenwich 3 Birthstone ring featuring three 4mm gemstones and one diamond.
Close-up of a personalized Greenwich Flower ring featuring five 4mm gemstones and one 2.7mm diamond on a 1.5mm band.

Why sustainable materials matter

How to find the right ring size

Two Rosecliff rings, two Warren rings, one Grand ring, and one Greenwich Solitaire ring, all in 14k yellow gold.

Need help designing?

A meaningful gift she will cherish

A mother holding a young child while smiling. She is wearing a set of three Grand rings featuring white topaz and moonstone.

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FAQ

Should the ring include the mother’s birthstone?

Some mother’s like the ring to be only their children, and some people like to include the mother’s birthstone to emphasize the mother child connection. This is  personal choice, though it sometimes may be influenced by the number and color of birthstones included. At times, adding the mother’s birthstone might visually complete the design.

On which Finger should you wear a Mother’s Ring?

Traditionally, Mother’s Rings are worn on the ring finger of the right hand. However, traditions are loosening, opening up creative options for ring styling. For women who choose one ring for each child, the rings can be worn together on one finger, or worn on separate fingers. Jewelry is personal and empowering - a place for you to wear what you love in whatever way you like. 

Can you only give a Mother’s Ring on Mother’s Day?

Mother’s Day, birthdays, Christmas, and the arrival of new babies are all perfect occasions for giving Mother’s Rings. Really, though, mother’s are deserving of a little extra love every day of the year, so pick the day that is right for her. She will love that you are honoring her role as a mom in a meaningful and lasting way.