Meghan Markle's stackable gold Catbird rings are on sale
Meghan Markle is just one fan of NYC-based Catbird jewelry's delicate minimalist pieces, which are also worn by stars from Emma Watson to Kristen Stewart.
The Duchess of Sussex rocked a trio of Catbird Threadbare rings – which are $48 each if you buy them individually – at a series of high profile royal engagements, and now you can get the set of three for less.
Duchess Meghan, who also has the stunning Catbird ‘Kitten Mitten’ hand bracelet in her jewelry box, has loved the eco-friendly Catbird for years.
Catbird’s Threadbare ring is made from 100% recycled solid 14k yellow gold, and like all Catbird jewelry, is made in the brand’s Brooklyn studio.
The set of three has a special discount right now, reduced from $144 to $122.40.
You may have spotted Meghan wearing her three Catbird rings during her royal visits in Edinburgh and London, and she showed off the ‘Kitten Mitten’ draped gold chain hand bracelet while supporting the Invictus Games in the Hague in 2022.
Catbird Threadbare ring stack set
Threadbare ring, set of 3
A trio of yellow gold Threadbare rings as worn by the Duchess of Sussex! You can choose the size of each individual ring if you want to wear each one on a different finger, as Duchess Meghan does.
Duchess Meghan's Kitten Mitten bracelet
Kitten Mitten in yellow gold
This 'super foxy' adjustable Catbird bracelet, worn by Duchess Meghan to the Invictus Games in The Hague, is made 100% recycled solid 14k gold chain.
Single Threadbare ring
If you want just a single ring, you can get a Threadbare ring like Meghan's for $48. It's also available in rose gold, too.
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