July 13, 2007, Newsletter Issue #41: Gay Pride Jewelry

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Most gay jewelry designers offer pieces that use the colors of the gay pride rainbow flag in their pieces. Rings, in silver or gold and in delicate designs or heavier for the thicker hand, feature gems in the six colors of the gay pride flag. Other designs make use of the gay pride triangle, using the rainbow coloring for larger pieces such as pins and pendants, or as a feature in a ring, with a triangle-cut gem inset. Also, a broader range is now available in gay earrings, with designers making use of the double-female or double-male symbols in precious metals in sophisticated designs.

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