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Horseshoe Ring

Do you love horses? Maybe you are all about the country. Maybe you just love to be outdoors. Or, you could possibly be in need of some plain, pure luck. Regardless of your situation, you will love a horseshoe ring. Ideal for both men and women, this uniquely designed ring will become your new favorite piece of jewelry. 

A horseshoe ring became popular back in the 50’s and 60’s, when western wear skyrocketed thanks to all of the country western movies. Today, the outdoorsy ring is picking back up in popularity and it is easy to see why! Its unique shape, sleek design, and shiny finish off sets ensembles fabulously. 

View our durable horseshoe ring collection below:

LUCKY RING | BRASS - JewelryLab
LUCKY RING | BRASS
Regular price $129 $89 Sale
LUCKY RING | 925 STERLING SILVER - JewelryLab
LUCKY RING | 925 STERLING SILVER
Regular price $149 $109 Sale
LUCKY RING | 925 STERLING SILVER - JewelryLab
LUCKY RING | 925 STERLING SILVER
Regular price $129 $89 Sale
LUCKY RING | BRASS - JewelryLab
LUCKY RING | BRASS
Regular price $109 $69 Sale
Several Metal Options

Available in a wide range of finishes, a gold horseshoe ring tends to be the most popular pick among genders. 

Hot in Pop Culture 

Mens horseshoe rings tend to have a thick band and simplistic etchings. Made popular by the king himself, Elvis; this lucky ring can also dress up formal outfits like suits and blazers if embellished with diamond chips. 

Whether you wear a silver or gold horseshoe ring, you are in good company. Celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Scarlett Johansson, and Coliln Farrell are almost always spotted out and about wearing this item. 

Womens Sizes Too

Women tend to gravitate toward a sterling silver horseshoe ring. These rings tend to be smaller in size and worn on pinky fingers. Many women prefer to wear glitzy horseshoe rings, filled with colorful gemstones. 

When worn on the middle finger on the right hand, those who are superstitious believe that the symbol wards off evil and it invites good luck and fortune to the wearer. Who wouldn’t want that?

A horseshoe ring looks best when worn on a full hand full of rings, giving the over accessorized effect, which challenges the classic, “less is more” saying. 

Great Design

Whether you want to wear it because you love its overall design, or you wish to channel a little more positively or luck your way, a horseshoe ring may be just what you need to do so! Give it as a gift to someone who may need a little luck (or added style) to their life as well.