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This Ring Makes It a Lot Harder to Lie About Being Married

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Taking the ring off doesn’t help.

New jewelry by Jason Arasheben, jeweler to the stars, leaves no doubt about its wearer’s relationship status, even after it’s taken off.

Arasheben, of Jason of Beverly Hills, shared a photo of a ring on Instagram that leaves an imprint after it’s removed, Yahoo Style reports.

The site describes it as “a black gold ring with a half-set of five rows of black diamonds bearing the word ‘MARRIED’ on the interior.” The letters in “MARRIED” are raised, so the ring leaves a sort of “brand” on the wearer’s finger for a while.

Arasheben originally created the ring for himself after his wife, Lisa, “remarked that she wished the ring would leave a mark on him if he was going to keep taking it off.” But lots of other people wanted them, too, so he started making more.

Rings in the collection sell for $1,700 and up.

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