Red, White and Blue Jewelry | Get Ready for the 4th of July

As we gear up for summer’s big holiday, the 4th of July, why not consider a piece of red, white and blue jewelry? Your choice could be as subtle as stackable rings in three different colors…or as celebratory as a vintage rhinestone American flag pin. Here are a few examples currently available online to get you thinking. Some collectors of red, white and blue jewelry wear their patriotic colors all year long!

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Tri-Color Necklace. Photo Courtesy of

Contemporary Pearl, Coral, and Lapis Lazuli “American Flag” Necklace

This unique necklace designed by Marina J would be the perfect piece to wear to your 4th of July festivities. Hundreds of 2.5- to 3-mm beads of cultured pearl, coral, and lapis lazuli are intricately woven to salute the Stars and Stripes. The necklace measures 16.5 inches in length and is fastened with a 14K gold clasp. $800 at

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Letter C Ring. Photo Courtesy of

1950s Nautical “C” Enamel Gold Ring

This red, white and blue enamel ring signifies the letter “C” in the nautical alphabet. Created in 14K yellow gold, it’s a size 6 ¼, but it can be custom sized. Available through Alice Kwartler on 1stdibs for $1,400.

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1980s Eclectic Necklace. Photo Courtesy of

1980s Whimsical Double Pin with Chains and Charms

Patriotic and eclectic, these collage-like pins are connected by four draped chains of mixed metals. Maximal Art was a jewelry line popular from the mid ‘80s to the early ‘90s. It was sold at high-end stores including Browns in London, Barneys in New York, and Susanne Bartsch’s Soho boutique in NYC. $225, via Screaming Mimi’s on 1stdibs.

Get the Red, White and Blue Jewelry Look for Less

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Nautical Pendant, $65 at

Sterling Silver and Glass Enamel Signal Flag Pendants are available in every letter of the nautical alphabet. Each one measures 18mm x 18mm and hangs from a black rubber choker with sterling silver endings. Letter “C” is shown here; $65 at

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