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ropeadope
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Have searched the Café, online jewlery stores, and Wal-mart type stores for men`s plain gold wedding bands at a reasonable price. Tried local stores, including flea markets. Actually looking for 2 matching gold bands. All rings I have personally are not what Im looking for. I know there are married men who use their own wedding bands and have seen them in the ring and string and rubberband dvd`s. Am not married so do not possess one,much less matching rings.

A little help please!

Thanks, John
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manal
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Got mine at Walmart,gold band size 12 for $60.00.
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mike gallo
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Try a pawn shop.

Mike
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I got 4 gun metal platinum rings for $10 a piece on ebay
Jaz
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I got a couple from a vendor at a fair.
Not gold wedding bands but 2 that match.
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I got my solid silver wedding band on vacation in Mexico.
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ropeadope
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Dang! Just missed the couny fair a couple of weeks ago, hadn`t thought ofthat one. Tried to find Gregory Wilson`s email address and found only his web site for ordering his 2 newest tricks only. Was thinking about asking him his source for his gold type wedding bands. But was a litle hesitant about asking him anyway, afterall he may have thoughts about possible competition. I had his dvd for ring and string moves that included a cord and a perfect ring. Just the right type band I`m looking for. Just don`t want to order two of those dvd`s to get two rings. BTW recommend his dvd to one and all if interested in ring and string moves. It`s loaded with bout all a magician could want. Learned a lot from it but have moved into rubberband magic now, and bands are the right type ring for those type moves. Seems to me if a magician is going into these areas he would need two different type rings, a heavier signet type ring for string and a wedding type band for rubberbands. M `o my, aren`t we a specialized group!

Thanks for everyone`s responses. Anymore sources, perhaps some online discount jewelry stores?

John
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HerbLarry
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Second Pawn Shop and offer jewelry kiosk in mall. They are willing to haggle. I had the hardest time finding a silver ring and kiosk came through with the goods for a good price.
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ropeadope
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Believe I`ll head out to the jewelry store in the mall that sell it from India, seems they had a lot of flashy gold jewelry.

John
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John Long
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I got some gold plated wedding style bands from ebay, I think ~$10/ea
I've gotten other inexpensive bands (aluminum? and stainless) at street fairs in NYC
I've bought some wedding style bands that were made out of a magnetic mineral at a medieval store in New Hope, PA (and after doing a bill switch for him, he gave me an additional one for free)
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Jason Fox
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So you're looking for two matching men's rings? I know it sounds like I'm joking, but I would be willing to bet that you might find a jewler that is sympathetic to same sex couples and give you a deal.

I've been trying to find a balfor style highschool ring company that will do individual sales. I missed out on graduation 12 years ago, and again when I graduated basic training, oops. don't ask don't tell....Ahahahahahahaah! just kidding I'm just cool with everyone.
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