Blog > March 2020
Ceramic rings with gold-dipped edges by Singapore's Kollidea.
Glass unicorn rings by Marni Schnapper of Colorado's Cajun Glass Designs.
My last few posts have been rather devoid of colour, so let's make up for that in rainbow-coloured spades with New York's Judith Leiber (eponymous label of the late Hungarian-born bag designer).
Ring-Free Thursday: Japan's Portada (not truly ring-free; if you visit their site, you'll see they actually specialize in wedding rings, but I was particularly drawn to the antique vibe of these other pieces).
...in one, by Slovakian artist Dana Tomeckova.
Tuesday Trio: knuckledusters by Texas-based Erin Cunningham...
...California's Eriness (Erin Sachse)...
...and Australia's The Stonery.
Saarinen, Gropius and Aalto rings from "The Modernists" collection by Montreal's Julie Bégin.
I love how these rings by French jeweller Agnès Dubois are striking without being too busy.
Ring-Free Thursday: Michigan's Ella Calas.
Porcelain doll hand ring by OMG! Jewels of Greece. Check her out for a cute take on unicorns, mer-cats and more.
Rings in silver, resin and hair by Germany-based ivavvi (Ivana Vucinovic).
Bubbly rings by Japan's Bloomworks Glass.
Ring-Free Thursday: South Korea's BTEN.
Adorable ceramic face rings by Hong Kong's Dodolulu, who is primarily an illustrator (isn't it great how our brains can look at three tiny dots and see a face?). I don't think the jewellery is available online but you can always pick up one of these zodiac pins:
Maybe it's because I've got the (hopefully-won't-need-to-be-cancelled) Olympics on my mind, but I love how this ring resembles a pommel horse.
For more, check out Italy's Sibilla Santucci, whose actual inspiration was the artworks of Giorgio de Chirico.
Industrial copper rings from the "SHELTERS. WALLS. PILLARS." collection by Romanian visual artist Magdalena Pelmus.
Bored rings (not to be confused with "boring") by Nathalie Dmitrovic of France.
Ring-Free Thursday: Connecticut-based Québécoise jeweller Nathalie Maiello.
Silver dots on bright enamel pack a powerful punch. For more, see Germany's Tatjana Reiner.
I've always had a soft spot for faux solitaire rings but I rarely see them done in solid glass, like these ones by Pennsylvania's jaybooshay (Jocelyn Beaucher). Check out her work for other ring styles as well as glass chains and pendants.