Blog > May 2020
Yes, the rings are interesting...
...but it's this miniature tool series (particularly the jeweller's tools!) that's really sending me. For more, go check out South Korea's KKllO.
Ring-Free Thursday: Arizona's Steve H Glass (Steve Hulsebos).
These "Lenteur" rings by French jeweller Aurélie Guillemin feature some of the most gorgeous, delicate-looking petals I've seen.
Tuesday Trio: skulls, featuring this handheld skull by California's Lulu Bug (Sue Urquhart)...
..."Golden Bite" by the UK's Frederick Grove...
...and California's D&H Jewelers with that rarest of specimens, the cyclops skull ring.
Porcelain rings by Czech duo Mh&Atropa.
To call these "statement pieces" would be a statement of the under variety. Go feast your eyes on Brazil's Entre Cubos (Ingrid Rizzieri).
Ring-Free Thursday: Estonia-based Chinese jeweller Hansel Tai.
Australia's Emu Beads (Michele Bevis) is rhapsodic in blues.
Acrylic in barely-there colour to bold black & white by Paris-based Russian jewellers Alex+Svet.
Cast bronze "Megalith" rings by UK metalsmith William Romeril, who was "inspired by the neolithic dolmens and stone structures that dot the island of Jersey."
UK-based David Dong Ding gives us plenty to explore and this "Gift from Life" series, featuring optical fibers, is a brilliant place to start.
Ring-Free Thursday: Georgia-based Zihan Yang.
Glove ring, knuckle ring and more from UK-based Shuang Shuang Wang.
These polymerclay rings may be fun but the real stars of this collection are the earrings, which you can check out by visiting Florida's Gleeful.
These glass rings could not be simpler and yet I find them oddly intriguing. For more, see Japan's Printemps.
Israel's Anaelle Attab Azoulay explores balance, empty space and more through an interesting collection of rings.
Ring-Free Thursday: Spain's comoMATILDA (Jiyoon Hyun).
Italy's Marco Malasomma has a portfolio full of interesting rings...
...many of which come with ready-made displays or which can be folded down for easier storage!
If you ever want to start your own fairytale garden, Mexico's Elena López can get you started.
Glazed stoneware rings by Denmark's TRBL Studios.
Gorgeous, biotic, translucent resin ring and other objects by South Korea's Suebin Lee.