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By Holdefehr
Updated Jun 22, 2018 @ 3:44 pm
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At this point, it's safe to say that everything Meghan Markle touches turns to gold. The second she wears a pair of jeans, they sell out. And when she sports a super-stylish crossbody bag (especially one that comes in multiple colors!), it's sure to sell like hot cakes. So it's no surprise that the beautiful ring Meghan Markle loved to wear (you know, before she got that stunning engagement ring from Prince Harry) prior to becoming an official royal is still selling out.


But good news for all of those who have tried and failed to order the sold-out Peacemaker Ring in the past: BaubleBar is bringing back the ring for a limited time only. And, did we mention, it's a very reasonable $42. While Meghan was spotted wearing this ring in gold on her Instagram account before she become a royal and her social media accounts were shut down (check out the photo evidence over on People), the ring now comes in both silver and gold options. Our recommendation: get one of each so it will go with everything in your jewelry box.

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Even if this ring weren't Meghan Markle-approved, it would still catch our eye. Inspired by nature, this multi-finger ring looks like vines that curl around two fingers and wraps down the front of the hand. The effect is stunning and sure to attract compliments.

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The gold option is 14k gold-plated brass with glass gems, while the silver is brass casting with shiny silver plating and glass stones. At just $42, this ring is very affordable, but the look is luxe, giving the impression that your hand is dripping with tiny diamonds. The overall effect? We'd call it positively royal.