Any way to get prices on designer items online?

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  1. High_Roller

    High_Roller Senior member

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    Is it possible to find online the prices of items such as this ring from Vuitton? I've looked everywhere (including eluxury) and can't find a price. I don't want to go out of my way while I'm out of town to buy it if it's ridiculously priced. Maybe someone can call their local Vuitton for me if they have one? [​IMG]
     
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    LA Guy Opposite Santa Staff Member Admin Moderator

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    Phone LV in San Francisco.
     
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    1 word..

    EBAY
     
  4. High_Roller

    High_Roller Senior member

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    I highly doubt this would come up on Ebay.
     
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    VMan Senior member

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    Yup, already checked that for you. No results.

    Normally I don't like items covered with designer logos, but I really like that ring as a novelty piece. Very cool design w/ the brown check pattern, and the single silver LV keeps it toned down.
     
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    Not to be a troll, but...

    1. I thought men were supposed to avoid jewelery other than watches and wedding bands.

    2. To the extent that one is going to wear additional jewelery, why, oh why, a ring with a Louis Vuitton logo on it?.
     
  7. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    I think the rule is one ring per hand, and one article of jewelry per wrist.

    I don't like the look of a ring on every finger, but I think a simple, elegant ring or an artistic ring (one total, maybe one per hand) looks nice.
     
  8. High_Roller

    High_Roller Senior member

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    Mike, I'm 16. I don't have to follow the 'rules'.

    Although I've never heard about avoiding anything but wedding bands or watches. I think that comes from the conventionalist's handbook.

    Why a Vuitton logo ring? Because I really like the wood inlay. I agree with VersaceMan about the logo toning the whole piece down. And hey, I could always wear it logo to the inside.

    I do own a ring, but I don't like it. It's gold with onyx and diamonds, and it's a bit too formal and 'old' for me. I never wear id. I'd like one nice one to have.
     
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    ken Banned by Request

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    How about these rings? They're much more acceptable for guys. [​IMG]
     
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    High_Roller Senior member

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    Hm.. Could I get that front part engraved?
     
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    VMan Senior member

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    Bling$Bling.
     
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    Not in my neck of the woods, or at least not in my profession. Wedding band (if any) + leather-strapped watch is the norm. DEFINITELY no bracelets.
     
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    seriously, WTF is up with the ring shit. I hope nobody's trying for the BLING BLING shit
     
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    How about "Up yours" on the knuckle ring? That way, your opponent could read that just as he's about to get cold cocked.
     
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    I have a car [​IMG] Mind you it's older than I am and I can do Fred Flinstone imitations with the holes in the floor. I'm going to Europe in a little over a month and I want to buy something nice.
     

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