The first one was at Hannoush Jewelers, but unfortunately I can't find a photo of it online. In any case, Sean didn't like how it was too much brushed metal, though it had an awesome inlay design. Unfortunately, it was a bit too intricate I think. Who'd have thought that could happen?
Next up is a ring from Zales, and the only other ring he liked at the mall. This is actually his favorite ring so far (I think). I wouldn't be surprised if this is the ring I slip on his finger either. Best part? It's also the least expensive. It's super cool looking though, with a mix of brushed metal and shiny metal, but it's all still pretty flush (unlike the Hannoush ring that I can't show you).
Finally, we did a bit of shopping down in CoMo. There's not many jewelry stores around, and most of those are just branches of ones we'd already visited in StP. So we stopped by Buchroeder's after a bit of True/False movie action, and found this one:
Sean really liked this ring too, though not as much as the one prior. This one comes with a pretty hefty price tag though, because it's made of Palladium. Don't know what that is? Don't worry, I didn't either. It's a metal that's very similar to platinum, so it's very durable. It's naturally white, so it'll never discolor over time either. However, Sean plans to be in a fairly low-impact profession (read: sits in an office all day), so durability has never been a concern.
And so the search continues. Maybe we'll wait until we get to Location X to find his ring?