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- We bought one of these two-finger rings for $25.
- Rings between $25-$45.
- Rings! The big jewel one there is two-finger ring.
- The $95 animal rings
- In the $95 rings section
- $95 animal rings
- From the $45 rings boxes
- Assorted necklaces
- Giant jewel two-finger rings.
- Necklaces on display
- These were from a cheaper basket. Like $25-$15
- $30 for the stackable pyramid rings. About the smallest, most demure rings of the sale
- Giant plastic bracelets for $15 (also available in large)
- Assorted cheap bracelets
- Assorted wood bracelets for under $15
- $5 enamel bracelets
- Assorted ugly Armani Exchange pieces for $10
- Current season beaded necklaces
- $10 belts
If you love super-sparkly jewelry with an edge, or you plain worship Lady Gaga, then the nOir Jewelry sample sale is probably already on your radar today. If that's the case, then we advise you to get to the sale ASAP, as the lunch hour brought a stream of women over to West 38th Street, where they're still devouring bargains on necklaces, rings and bracelets instead of food.
Almost everything that's ever been on nOir's Gilt sales is here; the stunning animal rings, the massive lucite bangles, the punk studded knuckle rings, the Romeo & Juliet-ish dagger line and the current collection of beaded items obviously influenced by tribal Africa, and the majority of it is up for grabs for under $60.
The most expensive items are the aforementioned animal rings, priced at $95 each. That's $20 more than we've paid for the ones we've purchased on Gilt, so maybe hold off on those unless you've got a specific animal in mind (like the pink flying pig).
On the opposite end of that price scale are the belts for $10, containers of assorted necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets for $5, and baskets of assorted flashier rings for a very reasonable $25.
To know if you go: The get to the sale, you hop in a street-level elevator to the 5th floor. We encountered a minor wait of 4 people to enter the sale space, which took about 7 minutes. They accept cash and credit. Ring sizes are from 5-10, but the most variety is at sizes 6 and 7. Beware, we saw style bloggers coming in to scoop up the most unique items with the help of the staff, so get there as soon as you can.
· nOir Jewelry sale [Racked NY]