RED CAMELOT
Silver/Bronze - $65 USD
10K Gold - $518 USD
14K Gold - $802 USD
18K Gold - $1,164 USD
- 7.2 mm at widest point / 5.4 mm at narrowest
- 2.4 mm at thickest point / 1.8 mm at thinnest
Gold & Silver Combinations
1 Gold bands / 5 Silver bands
1 x 10K + 5 Silver - $156 USD
1 x 14K + 5 Silver - $204 USD
1 x 18K + 5 Silver - $264 USD
2 Gold bands / 4 Silver bands
2 x 10K + 4 Silver - $240 USD
2 x 14K + 4 Silver - $336 USD
2 x 18K + 4 Silver - $456 USD
3 Gold bands / 3 Silver bands
3 x 10K + 3 Silver - $326 USD
3 x 14K + 3 Silver - $466 USD
3 x 18K + 3 Silver - $648 USD
4 Gold bands / 2 Silver bands
4 x 10K + 2 Silver - $390 USD
4 x 14K + 2 Silver - $578 USD
4 x 18K + 2 Silver - $820 USD
5 Gold bands / 1 Silver bands
5 x 10K + 1 Silver - $454 USD
5 x 14K + 1 Silver - $690 USD
5 x 18K + 1 Silver - $992 USD
If you want to order any of these, please specify which one and we will send you a PayPal money request.

Yellow, pink, and white gold are available.

The price is the same regardless of the size of the ring and whether you choose more than one color of gold.

All our alloys are purchased from Legor, a well-known Italian company.

Yellow Gold
Pink(Red) Gold
White Gold
Silver
Bronze
We don't rhodium-plate our white gold. For more details read our blog entitled :

19. White Gold : No Rhodium-Plate
29. Legor's White Gold

About This Ring
Warning :
The red bands are made of bronze. Wear this ring and your finger (and the ring itself) will discolour, the only question is how quickly. 

How To Maintain :
A piece of scouring pad (just like the ones used for cleaning dishes) is included with every ring sold so that said discolouration can be removed easily, but unless you are willing to spend a few minutes every day on maintenance (a quick scrub every night in the shower should do it in most cases) do not buy this ring.
 
On the positive side :
This ring is definitely eye-catching.

Rose Gold instead of Bronze :
If you find yourself sorely tempted but don't want the maintenance hassle, you can have the 3 silver bands with rose gold (10, 14, or 18K) instead of bronze. 

The master alloy we use to create our rose gold is relatively dark, so the contrast between it and silver is about the same as seen here between the bronze and silver.