(Pretty in Pink Tiger Pinky Ring: $225)So I love cats: domesticated ones, yes, but also those of the predator variety. Another thing I love: pinky rings. (Truly—I've been on the hunt for months for just the right one.) Now imagine my delight upon my discovery of Pinky Panthers, handcrafted rings fashioned after feline forms and whose proceeds partially benefit two worthy animal sanctuaries.
(The ladies behind Pinky Panthers)Made in Los Angeles by business partners Karolina Maszkiewicz and Bianca Di Cesare, the rings are crafted from materials such as silver with ice blue diamonds; a sexy black rhodium-plated panther with ruby stone eyes; and my favorite, a gold-plated tiger with black and red enamel detailing. Many of the rings will specify the actual animals who benefit from their proceeds; the one below, for example, puts 10 percent toward Ran, a Northern Chinese leopard who resides at California's Cat House. Just another reason why these baubles are the perfect holiday accessories for any cat lady in training.
(La Grande Tigre: $250. Ran, a leopard at the Cat House Sanctuary)(Green as Grass Tiger Pinky Ring: $225. Source: Pinky Panthers)