That’s the correct way of saying “I choose you.” The rings are made to order and are available on Etsy.
Elsa and Anna can now have their very own, and very expensive jewelry and rings inspired by their characters in Disney’s Frozen. The rings were designed by frozen-cakeartist based off Elsa and Anna’s colors and style in the film, and include engravings on the inside of the rings. Flamenco Ring is available for $985, while the Snowflake Ring costs nearly twice as much at $1880.
A very detailed, very beautiful collection of rings based on the Star Wars universe. The very well detailed rings were created by Japan based JAP Studio to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the Star Wars movie in 1997. Why are we talking about them now? Mostly because they’re awesome.
Smartwatches have barely started their day in the sun, only to find they have competition all set to come up. Meet the Smarty Ring, which happens to be a very creative name for a smart ring. Measuring 13mm wide and including a tiny screen in its size, the smartring includes several features in its tiny form.
Torii Rings by Japanese crafter Matsuko Matsui are based on the appearance of the famous “gates” that can be seen near Japanese Shinto shrines. The gates, seen across Japan traditionally mark boundaries between sacred and non-sacred land.
If unique is what you’re looking for in jewelry, dinosaur bone and meteorite rings seem very willing for duty. Made by Johan Rust, these rings have dinosaur bone and meteorite as components, often matched with some precious metal to give the ring shape and structure. Gibeon meteorite that fell on Earth in the pre-historic age and has several pieces available forms one part of the charm of the ring, while the other comes from the dinosaur fossils and bones in the Morrison formation.
A quarter can be worth much more than a quarter when made into something artistic like these rings. Nicholas Heckaman uses coins to craft these beautiful rings. The project started off with the artist looking for an engagement ring, which he finally decided to make himself using an old silver coin.
Cleaver Ring takes pleasure in chopping off your fingers. Or at least pretending that way. Costs $220.
Now would be a perfect time to be grossed out because there really exists an expensive ring that owes its origin to actual human skin. The base is a 24 karat gold band that has been wrapped with the skin of the designer himself. Sruli Recht got a 4inch by 0.4 inch piece of his skin surgically removed, which was then put around the ring that is styled “Forget Me Knot.”