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Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Yenz Lin / Carrera y Carrera

"Gymnastics with Cats" by Taiwan's Yenz Lin. Obviously, all other rings are now moot.

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Monday, January 30, 2012

Magali Bergon / Brenda B Design

While I'm not the biggest fan of winter, one of the advantages of January in Vancouver is a skyline that consists of gorgeous, snow-covered mountains (when they're not obscured by rain clouds, that is). French artist Magali Bergon shows her own mountain appreciation with this magnificent Pyrenees knuckleduster.

Also available in individual portions.

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Friday, January 27, 2012

Rentaro Nishimura / Gwaan

London's Rentaro Nishimura makes eye-catching self-assembly rings that involve single sheets of acrylic.

Above, his sphere and cube rings. No glue required!

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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Jeanie Andronyk / Orno Jewelry

A nice selection of modern metal rings from Vancouver's Jeanie Andronyk.

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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

PET:cell / Deco

Growing up, UK jeweller Tonya O'Hara used to watch her dad repair the broken components of TV sets. She thinks this led to her life-long "fascination with the meticulous and methodical arranging of components" — which now manifests itself as PET:cell, her line of recycled plastic bottle jewellery. Shown above are her "Tarantula," "Quill" (both with feathers), and green "Apple" rings.

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Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Yuki Nagao / Satoru

Askew, atilt, aslant. In "Side Effects," Japan's Yuki Nagao throws everything just slightly off kilter, to charming effect. Check out her other collections for lots of playful pieces.

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Monday, January 23, 2012

Studio Aminimal / Glauco Cambi

Are you attracted to these rings? Do you feel pulled in? Drawn in? Maybe it's because they were inspired by magnetic field lines! Nylon and silver rings from the "Field Test" collection by Brooklyn's Studio Aminimal (John Briscella & Svetlana Blum Briscella).

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Friday, January 20, 2012

Kelly Jo Limberg / Bonny Lad (Sunggee Min)

Air, water, fire: Indiana's Kelly Jo Limberg goes elemental with these silver and plexiglas rings. Check out her portfolio for cool spinning-top rings and seashell loupes, as well.

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Thursday, January 19, 2012

Schatje Design / Love Mert

Made from old textile factory spools, these wooden slice rings by Japan's Schatje Design were created to support carbon offset initiatives. So I guess I shouldn't fly on a jet to go grab some? Dangit.

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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Jutiqu / Buji New York

These synthetic pearls trapped in clear resin (or snowballs trapped in ice?) are from Japan's Jutiqu (Tomoko Sato-Albaisa). I actually like the giant necklaces the best — wear one and pull off an updated Holly Golightly... minus the crime and gold-digging, of course.

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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Kirsty Fraser / Morgan Terry

I've reached architectural ring nirvana. As it turns out, everything's made of MDF — does that mean I've actually reached ring IKEA? Either way, I love these lasercut MDF rings by UK jeweller Kirsty Fraser.

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Monday, January 16, 2012

Lauren Joffe / Argent Flame

[If you missed it, I posted on the weekend — please scroll down.] Let's skip the chatter and jump right back into the jewellery, shall we? I love this work by Australia's Lauren Joffe. (Note: if you don't see it on your screen, the navigation is hidden at the very bottom of her webpage.)

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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Fruit Super Design / Anne Arden McDonald

I'm back from my much-needed dose of blue skies and sun. To make up for my long break, here's a weekend posting! Seattle's Fruit Super Design makes these fun silicone rings that stretch to fit — much like the pants I'll need to wear after all that holiday eating.

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Sunday, January 01, 2012

Annika Ladener / Amy Allum

* Please note: *
I'm on a winter break until mid-January.
Apologies for the extended absence!

It's the start of another year, another cycle! Vancouver's Annika Ladener illustrates the point with her "Under a Tree" series, a set of four rings capturing four seasons.

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