Global Ring + pendant. The perfect pair for jewelry!

Ring + pendant. The perfect pair for jewelry!


Mil­lions of jew­el­ry in the world cre­at­ed by the most famous jew­el­ers is always alone. Of course, there are sets that were orig­i­nal­ly invent­ed, but what if you like sep­a­rate mod­els from dif­fer­ent styles, met­als, shapes and sizes? How to com­bine incon­gru­ous? Can it be done? How to become an ambas­sador in the selec­tion and com­bi­na­tion of jew­el­ry? Let’s try to under­stand all this with an exam­ple.

Why combine jewelry?

Most of us nev­er ask our­selves this ques­tion, but there is jew­el­ry eti­quette in the jew­el­ry indus­try and it should be fol­lowed. We often wear dif­fer­ent kinds of jew­el­ry. Com­bi­na­tions can be dou­ble or triple:

  • ring + pen­dant;
  • ring+bracelet;
  • ring+bracelet+pendant;
  • pendant+brooch+earrings;
  • earrings+pendant+bracelet.

The first pairs are the most com­mon options. We are used to using them because of the com­plete­ness of the image. One piece of jew­el­ry can be lost in a bright out­fit or not enough to enhance a for­mal suit, but a ring with a pen­dant in tan­dem cre­ate a whole look.

Pan­do­ra is a jew­el­ry brand that is often referred to as a design­er. Jew­el­ry released under dif­fer­ent themes here can be com­bined as you like. A large range of jew­el­ry allows you to choose any com­bi­na­tion and cre­ate a whole look, and not just a sep­a­rate piece of jew­el­ry.

A duo or trio of prod­ucts on you per­form spe­cif­ic func­tions that an inde­pen­dent eye may not even be aware of. The com­bi­na­tion of jew­el­ry with each oth­er is a whole phi­los­o­phy invent­ed to cre­ate the per­fect image. Well-cho­sen com­bi­na­tions will help to hide flaws, empha­size advan­tages, point to some­thing spe­cif­ic, or sim­ply become bright strokes.

What is jewelry etiquette?

In the jew­el­ry world, there are cer­tain rules for com­bin­ing jew­el­ry. Buy­ing a ring with a pen­dant is easy, but doing it cor­rect­ly is much more dif­fi­cult. Jew­el­ry eti­quette is a sym­bol of rules that will help you fig­ure out how to cre­ate jew­el­ry sets, com­bine dif­fer­ent shapes and styles. They can be sup­ple­ment­ed, com­bined and even bro­ken, but know­ing them will help you look per­fect!

  1. Don’t mix met­als.
  2. Con­sid­er the fea­tures of phys­i­ol­o­gy.
  3. Con­sid­er the dimen­sions of the jew­el­ry.
  4. Be care­ful with stones.
  5. Choose jew­el­ry to match your style of cloth­ing or a spe­cif­ic event.
  6. Cre­ate one ver­sa­tile com­bi­na­tion.
  7. Come up with a con­cept.


Nat­u­ral­ly, gold and sil­ver are the main mate­ri­als. It is cat­e­gor­i­cal­ly impos­si­ble to com­bine them with jew­el­ry. This is the only rule for the mod­ern world. Despite the style, orig­i­nal­i­ty and orig­i­nal­i­ty of jew­el­ry. It is, how­ev­er, a sep­a­rate type of jew­el­ry than part of a sim­i­lar com­bi­na­tion. It is a com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent mat­ter with sil­ver and gold.

Even 30 years ago, the com­bi­na­tion of gold and sil­ver was some­thing for­bid­den. In the mod­ern world, the play of con­trasts and styles, provoca­tive forms and the most unpre­dictable com­bi­na­tions are an expres­sion of one’s own indi­vid­u­al­i­ty. That is why it is pos­si­ble to com­bine gold with sil­ver, but it should be done very care­ful­ly. There is one basic rule here — you can only com­bine prod­ucts of the same niche! For exam­ple, a sil­ver ring with a gold pen­dant is for­bid­den, but sev­er­al dif­fer­ent rings made of dif­fer­ent met­als are accept­able.

Using gold and sil­ver in tan­dem will be suc­cess­ful if the jew­el­ry has some kind of con­nect­ing ele­ment. This will give con­cep­tu­al­i­ty to all dec­o­ra­tions and visu­al­ly cre­ate a sin­gle pic­ture.

Shape of the face, hands and décolleté

The phys­i­o­log­i­cal char­ac­ter­is­tics of each per­son are exclu­sive­ly indi­vid­ual. Jew­el­ery can accen­tu­ate your strengths or hide your flaws. Such an effect will only be if they are cho­sen cor­rect­ly.

When choos­ing a gold ring with a pen­dant, pay atten­tion to your fin­gers and décol­leté. If the brush and fin­ger are refined, a mas­sive wide prod­uct will not suit him. Here it is bet­ter to choose some­thing gen­tle and unob­tru­sive. For exam­ple, the “Make a Wish” ring from Pan­do­ra. The ring “Spikes of Strength” or “Eth­nomo­tive” will look appro­pri­ate on a more mas­sive hand. Uni­ver­sal ver­sion of the ring with a mov­able pen­dant. Such dec­o­ra­tions, as a rule, go to every­one.

The neck­line is a sep­a­rate top­ic for study. There is noth­ing com­pli­cat­ed in this place, but you need to pay close atten­tion. The length of the chain and the shape of the pen­dant on it will depend on the length of the neck. For short necks, jew­el­ry sim­i­lar to the “Daz­zling But­ter­flies” neck­lace is ide­al. Long necks choose round pen­dants or short chains. Pay atten­tion to cloth­ing, neck­line and its shape.

Size Contrast

On the exam­ple of the fin­gers, it is clear that the dimen­sions of the dec­o­ra­tion are very impor­tant. Thanks to such nuances, you can cor­rect your own short­com­ings and empha­size the mer­its. Jew­el­ry can be quite impres­sive in size and will not always fit your style and phys­i­ol­o­gy. If you have picked up and real­ly want to buy a mul­ti-tiered neck­lace or a mas­sive one with jew­el­ry, then you need to choose a ring a lit­tle less defi­ant. This is called size con­trast. One prod­uct, in this case, should act as the leader, and the ring should only dilute the image, remind­ing that there is some­thing to show off on the hand. The same for­mu­la should be applied in reverse.


There is a lot of enam­el and cubic zir­co­nia in Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry. The first, in this case, does not solve any­thing. Enam­el can be used as you like, the main thing is to com­bine the col­ors on the neck­lace and ring cor­rect­ly, but you can go too far with stones. If you chose a gold ring with a pen­dant, where there is a large col­ored stone, then the neck­lace should match these col­ors. For exam­ple, the ring “With a round blue pen­dant” must nec­es­sar­i­ly be com­bined with a sim­i­lar stone on the neck in col­or and size. If there are a lot of small stones on the dec­o­ra­tion, then you should not be afraid. They can be the same num­ber on the neck­lace. Whole cubic zir­co­nia in small sizes always look ele­gant.

The main rec­om­men­da­tion that can be giv­en to stone lovers is to nev­er com­bine dif­fer­ent min­er­als. If you have cho­sen zir­co­ni­um for your­self, then zir­co­ni­um should be in tan­dem. The use of oth­er types of stones is con­sid­ered bad man­ners.

Clothing style and event

We are used to dress­ing the way we like or accord­ing to the dress code. Office, sports, urban, evening — these out­fits all require their own dec­o­ra­tions. Pay atten­tion to cloth­ing. Strict office stock­ings under a trouser suit. Here, the décol­leté is the per­fect place for a chain with a Revolv­ing Heart pen­dant ring to look per­fect. Under the sporty and urban style, we select more calm dec­o­ra­tions. For exam­ple, the rings “Twist­ed”, “Exot­ic crown”, “With stripe logo”. The char­ac­ter­is­tic signs of evening dec­o­ra­tions are the radi­ance of stones. A great exam­ple would be the Sub­lime Heart and Drop Cas­cade pen­dants. Such jew­el­ry is per­fect for an evening dress.

With clothes it is bet­ter to use an ele­men­tary for­mu­la. For sim­ple clothes, you can pick up a bright mul­ti-lev­el neck­lace and, con­verse­ly, a small thin chain will be appro­pri­ate on a defi­ant out­fit.

Universal combinations

Every girl should have some win-win jew­el­ry com­bi­na­tions that are suit­able for any occa­sion. This is a ver­sa­tile style that looks sim­ple but will accen­tu­ate any out­fit. With Pan­do­ra, you can cre­ate a lot of such com­bi­na­tions. The basis for them are jew­el­ry with a logo. Among the neck­laces you can choose — “Pan­do­ra Heart”, “With the Pan­do­ra logo”, “Shin­ing cir­cle”, “Pen­dant on the neck for charms”. Rings will suit them well: “With a medal­lion”, “With a Pan­do­ra logo”, “Revolv­ing hearts”, “Logo­ma­nia”. These com­bi­na­tions are orig­i­nal and look radi­ant.

Jew­el­ry with hearts and flow­ers are a uni­ver­sal com­bi­na­tion. For exam­ple, the “Heart to Heart” neck­lace and a ring with a heart pen­dant “The sym­bol of our love.” The most clas­sic option is chains around the neck. The lat­ter can be both an inde­pen­dent dec­o­ra­tion and repaint­ed into a full-fledged neck­lace, you just need to buy pen­dants.

Thanks to such com­bi­na­tions, you do not need to select jew­el­ry for a long time and com­bine them with each oth­er. Here every­thing has already been thought up before you — a sol­id con­cept, a sim­i­lar form, a min­i­mal­ist style.

Conceptual combinations

If ver­sa­til­i­ty isn’t what you’re look­ing for and you’re eager to shine like no one else, then you should go back to the pre­vi­ous tips and choose your jew­el­ry care­ful­ly. It is eas­i­er to com­bine dif­fer­ent ones, a sin­gle con­cept will help. For exam­ple, a gold ring with a pen­dant will match with a gold neck­lace with a pen­dant of the same style and shape. Already bought a ring with a blue zir­co­ni­um stone, try to find the same stone on the neck­lace. It must be approx­i­mate­ly the same size and shape. If one dec­o­ra­tion is pavé, then the oth­er should be matched in the same style. One dec­o­ra­tion is themed or with flow­ers, then we select a neck­lace on the same theme.

Cre­at­ing con­cep­tu­al com­bi­na­tions with Pan­do­ra is quite easy. The most ver­sa­tile way is to pur­chase jew­el­ry from one col­lec­tion. Their cre­ator has already tak­en care of every­thing for you. Anoth­er option is to choose dec­o­ra­tions with a sin­gle theme. Every­thing is extreme­ly sim­ple and visu­al­ly clear, you just need to choose a prod­uct accord­ing to jew­el­ry eti­quette.

Summing up

There are sev­er­al ways to find the per­fect jew­el­ry look:

  • trust the taste
  • accu­rate­ly cal­cu­late every­thing;
  • heed our advice.

If you are already at this stage, then you have enriched your­self with enough infor­ma­tion to per­son­al­ly pick up a ring with a neck­lace for your­self or as a gift. Trust your­self and do not for­get about the ele­men­tary rules and your jew­el­ry touch­es will become price­less!

❓ How to choose a pen­dant?

Choos­ing the right sus­pen­sion is easy on our Frago­la web­site. You can pur­chase clas­sic shapes or Pan­do­ra brand­ed jew­el­ry for your­self. If you want to sparkle, then the best option is to choose a pen­dant with a large col­ored cubic zir­co­nia stone.

? How to choose a ring?

On the Frago­la web­site in the online cat­a­log, you can choose what you need for your­self. A huge selec­tion of goods on a dif­fer­ent top­ic, can sat­is­fy every taste. Just vis­it us and buy! If you need help choos­ing, con­tact the experts and you will be pro­vid­ed with the nec­es­sary advice!

❓ How to com­bine a ring and a pen­dant?

Jew­el­ry com­bi­na­tions are always prof­itable and eas­i­er. In order to cor­rect­ly com­bine the pen­dant and the ring, you need to choose sim­i­lar jew­el­ry in terms of col­ors, shapes and style. With Pan­do­ra jew­el­ry, this can be done quick­ly, thanks to the divi­sion of jew­el­ry into themes.

? How much does a jew­el­ry com­bi­na­tion cost?

The prices in the cat­a­log are per item. The cost of the set will be equal to the sum of two dec­o­ra­tions.


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