Blog > January 2020
I'd say these look good enough to eat but I think someone's beaten me to the punch chomp. That someone would be the UK's Isla Gilham.
Ring-Free Thursday: Norway's Romanin (Elizabeth Romanin).
Get that warm and fuzzy feeling: knit rings by Japan's Nonpui.
Cypriot jeweller Iro Kaskani makes rings that look like naturally-occurring formations.
Snowflakes in jewellery are usually depicted in a precisely symmetrical way but not these "crystallised water" rings by Australia's Aurelia Yeomans.
Make hisssstory with these striking snake (and other) rings from California's Perez Bitan (Rachel Perez Bitan).
Ring-Free Thursday: Virginia-based Mexican jeweller Nina Zabal (Cinthya Cuba de Zabal).
"Fiction" and "Formation" wire rings by Japan's Kazunori Kodani.
Super sleek rings by Hungary's Laufer Miklós István.
Spirals in control: "Vejer" rings by Spain's Gaviria.
Rings from the "House" series by New York-based Rho Tang.
Ring-Free Thursday: Macedonia's Sofija Filigranska (Aleksandra Ivanova).
For cute frog rings (poison dart frogs, to be precise)...
...and other adorable lampwork critters, visit Japan's Grass K.
Asymmetrical "Angle" rings by Sweden's Frida Åberg.
Gem-shaped acrylic ombré rings by Japan's Türr (Kaori Tsuge). Check out her bangles and earrings for more painterly pieces in pastel.
For something similar but in opaque glass, check out Japan's Kyoko Glassworks (Kyoko Matsuoka).
If rings had skeletons, they might look something like these pieces by Michigan's Bend the Fish (Jen Surine).
Ring-Free Thursday: California's Hyworks (Hyun Yu).
Japanese enamel rings by Wales-based Emosiwn (Yukiko Wilson).
Acrylic rings from Japan's Faons, in colours and shapes that remind me somewhat of vintage glassware.
January 2020 seems like a good time for a clean start, so let's begin with these soap rings by Pakistan's Haya Lutfullah.