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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Reka Lorincz / Eleanor Bolton

For White Wednesday, check out this awesome balloon ring by Hungary's Reka Lorincz. Visit her site for the balloon bracelet and a whole lot more (including biodegradable jewellery)!

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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Maude Lapierre / Jorge Gil

Still feeling alliterative, so today is Titanium Tuesday. These pipe-like statement pieces in silver and anodized titanium are by Montreal's Maude Lapierre.

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Monday, August 29, 2011

Seb Brown / Daniele Geargeoura

I'm in an alliterative mood so let today be Modern Metal Monday, featuring Australia's Seb Brown (the site says "under construction" but the nav will lead you to the jewels). I love these shapes; they look like they have a modern mother and a pre-historic father.

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Friday, August 26, 2011

Miam / MiniBites

Remember when I said on Wednesday, "ask what you can snack on"? Well, Xi Lu of Paris-based Miam has the answer with some of the best miniature-food jewellery I've seen out there so far! From popcorn to Pocky, she has it all.

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Thursday, August 25, 2011

Miranda Chambers / Mei Rojo

What's the minimum number of birds required for a flock? Does two count? Three? From the let's-say-flock of three to the rather large scale, these rings are a fresh take on the classic bird motif. Rings by UK metalsmith Miranda Chambers.

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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Bless / Jane Gallagher

Ask not what this ring can do for you.

Ask what you can snack on and then put said snacks into this ring. Silver serving ring from Germany's Bless.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Kayleigh Biggs / Dorothy Cheng

Modern but not modern — that's the description that popped into my head when I saw these silver and textile pieces from UK jeweller Kayleigh Biggs. Not surprisingly, she states that her specialty is "jewellery with an evident historical influence."

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Monday, August 22, 2011

Mamelon (Maki Hasui) / Mauve (Aoi Yamamoto) / ete

Simple, delicate, charming. Rings by Japan's Mamelon (Maki Hasui).

More simple, delicate and charming. Rings by Japan's Mauve (Aoi Yamamoto, who named her line as a kind-of play on her name "Aoi," which sounds like the Japanese word for "blue").

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Friday, August 19, 2011

Alice O'Neill / Kamilla Ruberg

If you've ever wanted to rule with an iron fist... UK jeweller Alice O'Neill "commemorate[s] the hidden connecting components and tools that we associate with clothes making." And clothes ironing and clothes laundering, as in these adorable washing symbol rings.

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Thursday, August 18, 2011

Karen Kenniz / The Heyday Shop / Tizzalicious

August weather and Tuesday's ants have me thinking of picnics — as does this gingham-print ring from Karen Kenniz. The Belgian jeweller is all about simple silver with happy bits of colour.

Here's some more gingham-y, picnic-y fun from Taiwan's The Heyday Shop, which sells cute fabric supplies as well as accessories.

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Natalie Smith / Sayaka Abe

If you thought yesterday's sugar rings were pretty sweet, here's some more from England's Natalie Smith. Is it bad to say I want to lick them all?

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Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Ai Yano / Kirsten Wittstruck

Ants don't do Atkins — they know sugar's where it's at. In this playful collection, Japan's Ai Yano uses foraying ants to symbolize her own forays abroad (she's a student in Scotland).

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Neivz / Ash Hilton

This ring is you-know-what. I'm kinda breaking my own rule here because I already blogged Steven Shein five years ago. Since then, though, he's been working on new projects, such as his Neivz line; the smoking ring is in collaboration with L.A.'s The Coquette. Also available in black.

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Friday, August 12, 2011

Luccica / Little Lucia / Lucia Sayyah

Adorable little carousel rings by Japan's Luccica...

...who is not to be confused with this Colombian purveyor of adorable little rings, Little Lucia.

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Thursday, August 11, 2011

Luciana Morera / Eleftheria Lamprou-Karela

A well-deserved rest...

...after all those acrobatics. London-based Argentinian jeweller Luciana Morera puts figures in motion with her hand-sculpted silver work.

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Heike Gruber / Marina Sheetikoff

You're looking at the handi-work of German artist Heike Gruber.

Above, her nose rings. For fingers, that is. Don't miss the rest of her portfolio, which includes musical instruments for the neck!

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Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Andrea Coderch / e.m. / Gargle / Macaron

Who says you shouldn't cast pearls before swine? Certainly not Spain's Andrea Coderch.

And definitely not Japan's e.m.

You can count out Japan's Gargle, too.

And one more naysayer from Japan, Macaron.

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Monday, August 08, 2011

Indra Karpaviciute / Caitlin Mociun

There's a great bit in The Social Network when Jesse Eisenberg spits, "You have part of my attention. You have the minimum amount." Well, here are some minimalist rings that have my maximum attention: tiny boxes and pearls by Spain's Indra Karpaviciute.

Above, some more minimalist boxes and squares from New York's Caitlin Mociun.

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Friday, August 05, 2011

Elizabeth Humble / Teresa Mulijono

UK jeweller Elizabeth Humble turns humble wire into shimmering cityscapes. In her own words:

My inspiration comes from the beautifully rugged and dramatic landscape of the west coast of Scotland. I like to create work that explores the land in an abstract and challenging way, unearthing details, and exploring natural rock formations hidden beneath the surface of the land. I have developed a unique technique layering silver wires together to create intricate structures in precious metals.

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