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Friday, August 31, 2012

Jessica Todd / Sour Cherry

Air your dirty clean laundry in public.

Or, wear a "status symbol" that's more conspicuous than any diamond could be. Wrap up the week — and the month — by checking out the metalwork of Ohio's Jessica Todd.

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Thursday, August 30, 2012

Conor Joseph / Ellen Pittman

UK jeweller Conor Joseph goes for the skin-tight fit.

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Kate Bradbury / BootyHeart Jewelry

UK designer Kate Bradbury makes cool urban jewellery, and here's concrete proof.

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

HaGa / Lanterna / Lei Foo

While gold is often associated with decadence, here's some gold that's utterly minimalist. Gold dot rings by HaGa of France.

A faceted version of the gold dot ring by Japan's Lanterna.

More variations on the little gold dot by Denmark's Lei Foo.

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Monday, August 27, 2012

Eimear Conyard / Chrystal Powell

Wait, isn't this a ring blog?

Aha. Ireland's Eimear Conyard creates large hollow forms to house her rings, "a second place of being exclusive of the human physique."

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Friday, August 24, 2012

Gina Melosi / Lucie Houdková / Katherine Seaman

A breakthrough, if you will, in jewellery design by UK artist Gina Melosi. (Yes, it's glass.)

If you're one for breakthroughs of the scientific sort, there's this ring by Lucie Houdková, which could make you feel like you're splitting the atom (or maybe just a molecule). The Czech jeweller has a large portfolio of eclectic work!

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Thursday, August 23, 2012

Mirna Oštarić Kerr / Vortegra Vanities

Croatia's Mirna Oštarić Kerr is all about the unconventional materials — everything but the kitchen sink. Sink strainer, on the other hand...

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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Stina Brännström / Liang Li / UniCats

Time for another White Wednesday. These are made of one of my favourite things — no, not raindrops on roses or whiskers on kittens, but spackle! (Seriously, does anyone not enjoy spackling?) Rings by Sweden's Stina Brännström.

More white, this time with spongey texture (which clearly has not been spackled), by Sweden-based Chinese artist Liang Li.

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Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Inbal Oknin / Zlda

Frankly, who couldn't use a little more storage space? Awesome "Geppetto" rings by Israel's Inbal Oknin.

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Monday, August 20, 2012

Paula Mourão / Michelle Hur / Lisa Cain

If you like bright colours or soft textures — or maybe if you just enjoy vacuuming — check out these textile rings by Paula Mourão. They're like carpet pile! You can also visit the Brazilian jeweller at Atelier Mourão, which was founded by her late father, Caio.

Pictured above is the "Red Carpet" ring by Wisconsin's Michelle Hur, a metalsmith with lots of cool pieces in her portfolio (including a matchstick necklace).

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Friday, August 17, 2012

Muireann Walshe / Christina Karakalpaki / Ivča Vostrovska / Leonie Westbrook

Ending the week with some square wares: colourful aluminum rings by Ireland's Muireann Walshe.

"Square Logic" by Greek jeweller Christina Karakalpaki.

Treated silver and copper from Czech jeweller Ivča Vostrovska.

"Open Plan" rings by Australia's Leonie Westbrook.

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Miku Amemiya / Joost Wever

Ever wanted to simulate a mid-air refueling? Or maybe just pull your hair out? These "Frustrating" rings by Japan's Miku Amemiya come as a pair; one of the long, slim pieces fits into the other, but the trick is that they're meant to be worn by two different people.

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Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Cikolata / Kaori Tomogara

Eeeee! Kitchen geeks, are you salivating? Japan's Cikolata brings us these fabulous rings with Le Creuset-style dutch ovens! I faint.

They also have neat things like curtains (curtains!) and candies but, seriously, can we get back to squealing over the pots?


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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Nelly Van Oost / Galit Barak

Long lines: bad at the supermarket, good when it comes to French jeweller Nelly Van Oost.

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Monday, August 13, 2012

Sophie Castle / Anna Nemesi


You know how rabbits can multiply... if by magic. For lots of playful silhouette jewellery, including these stackable bunnies, check out the UK's Sophie Castle (Eleanor Connor).

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Friday, August 10, 2012

David Choi / The Noisy Plume

Sending you into the weekend with some gorgeous work by New York's David Choi. While that site showcases his fortress-like faceted pieces in steel, you'll find these particular rings here.

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Thursday, August 09, 2012

Fraser Hamilton / SB-Butterfly

Is "Ozymandian" a word?

In "Idols," London's Fraser Hamilton takes objects of worship and shrinks them down to jewellery size, "subverting their inherent stature."

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