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The Look for Less: David Yurman Petite Albion Ring

David Yurman at ShopStyle

This David Yurman Petite Albion Ring/Prasiolite costs $590 at Saks Fifth Avenue. If you're not familiar with David Yurman, it's a high-end American designer jewelry company headquartered in New York City that's quite popular with the moneyed crowd. To see Lauren Conrad wearing this ring, click here.

David Yurman at ShopStyle

Here's another piece by David Yurman to give you a sense of what his signature designs look like. It's a Blue Topaz Ring which costs $850, also at Saks Fifth Avenue.


Over the Thanksgiving holiday, I saw a dear sweet friend of mine who happened to be wearing the ring shown here. I totally thought it was a David Yurman but she just laughed and said it was from Kohls. You can purchase this ring from for just $6.49 on sale.

 David Yurman Petite Albion Ring look for less knockoff

Here's how the ring looks in real life. As you can see, it's not identical to the David Yurman rings above but it definitely has a similar look and feel. So pretty and such a steal!

just bought it!, extra 20% off today!, ive been looking for a yurman look a like! thanks so much!
#1 meghan on 2009-11-30 10:03 (Reply)
Love this!! Can you please provide a link on Can't find it!

Thank you!!!
#2 Jessica (Homepage) on 2009-11-30 11:36 (Reply)
You can also just click directly on the image of the ring and that will take you right to the product page on :-)
#2.1 The Budget Babe on 2009-11-30 18:21 (Reply)
Are there any other places to get this ring now? I don't think Kohls has it anymore :-(
#2.1.1 Jamie Cone on 2011-12-29 00:43 (Reply)
I just got this although mine has a canary "diamond" instead of the colorless. It looks great and was such a steal - thanks for the tip, BB!!

Also, Jessica you can try this link:
#3 Brit on 2009-11-30 15:38 (Reply)
Anyone see this ring recently? Love it!!
#4 Laur on 2016-12-27 19:57 (Reply)
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