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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Caroline Miller / Quench Designs

February 29th is an extraordinary day — how could I post anything but extraordinary rings? "Thank You," "Captain Dan Space Series," and "Pig on a Spit" rings by Caroline Miller, who resides right here in British Columbia. Don't miss the rest of her gallery!

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  • Karenjess (Vancouver) - metal shells

  • Min Yoo (UK) - hybrid creatures

  • Carob (Japan) - semiprecious beads

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Anna Molinari / Guy&Max

Having just finished The House of Tomorrow, I've got geodesic structures on the mind. If I want geodesic structures on the finger, I can turn to UK jeweller Anna Molinari.

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Monday, February 27, 2012

Paula Guzman / LeiVanKash (Leila Kashanipour)

From a fairytale figure...

... to a magician's hat, Mexico's Paula Guzman infuses her jewellery with youthful fun.

She also displays a more adult-world sense of humour with her "British Petroleum" rings!

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Friday, February 24, 2012

Atanas Konstantinov / Sian Evans / Quarry / Hee Young Kim / Oliver Schmidt

Time to throw out some Random Pluckings from My Bookmarks, starting with these cool shapes from Bulgaria's Atanas Konstantinov.

Weathered glass from UK artist Sian Evans.

Bronze rings from New York's Quarry.

UK-based Hee Young Kim, inspired by wardrobes and dressers.

Pure knots by Oliver Schmidt, part of the German jewellery collective Juni.

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Thursday, February 23, 2012

Elaine Jenkins / Frances Stunt

If you've ever had to deal with moss growing out of control on your lawn, you'll understand that loooong granulated ring from the "moss" collection by UK metalsmith Elaine Jenkins.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Wenhui Li / Poillot Status

My head's all explody. Ladies and gentlemen, my new favourite: London's Wenhui Li.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Sole Christine (Christine So) / Anna Rongedal

Inspired by toy kaleidoscopes and the mirrors within, Christine So of Sole Christine created the "Hidden Secret" collection. Gems are set in such a way as to "remind people to see things from different angles and aspects, which provides different views and meanings."

In another secret-themed piece, "Memento Mori," the UK jeweller was inspired by Anne Frank. Vist her site for the story.

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Monday, February 20, 2012

Luke Satoru / Western Bench Sparrow

Washington state's Luke Satoru gives an urban feel to natural forms in these rings based on craggy landscapes, cooled lava and rocky minerals.

Above, he manages to infuse an urban feel to these clean, minimal pieces, as well.

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Friday, February 17, 2012

Anna Faine / Unexpected Expectancy

This ring is literally the cat's pyjamas. No, literally literally.

If you enjoy smiling, you'll want to scoot on over to see the work of England's Anna Faine.

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Thursday, February 16, 2012

NIDO de suenos / Susana García Antolín

Sometimes, the world is black and white. And glazed. Porcelain rings by New York's NIDO de suenos.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Hana Karim / Naama Eilam

Quirky and colourful like a flock of tropical birds are these ceramic rings by Slovenian jeweller Hana Karim. They're from her "fORMINORA" collection.

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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Kinga Huber / Becca Jewellery

Every year, I tell myself I'm going to avoid the cliché of posting heart rings on Valentine's Day. Heart rings above by Hungary's Kinga Huber.

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Monday, February 13, 2012

Rachel Boston / Fly Karoline (Karolina Paszkiewicz)

This ring is one standard deviation away from your typical wing ring. The piece is made from real beetle wing cases, taking advantage of their gorgeous iridescence. Ring by UK jeweller Rachel Boston.

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Friday, February 10, 2012

Teresa Lane / Suzanne Pugh

"Rings have been shot, other rings are witness and in shock. Footprints lead from the murder scene to a hidden getaway car, where in the darkness is seen one ring walking and a woman..."

"The murder weapon left at the scene, and wounded rings — blood everywhere."

"The main suspect, seen walking to a getaway car, with 'a woman.'"

Australia's Teresa Lane sets up an elaborate "Crime Scene," showing us that not all rings are law-abiding. Visit her blog for more imaginative work!

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Thursday, February 09, 2012

Alef Dall (Amir Hossein Delbari) / UrbanSouq

These rings do not feature graceful, abstract designs. These rings do feature graceful designs based on the Farsi alphabet. Rings from the "Persian Calligraphy" collection by Iranian potter, painter, calligrapher and jeweller Amir Hossein Delbari of Alef Dall. One more piece below:

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Wednesday, February 08, 2012

Hannah Louise Pittman / Siobhan Wood

To a ring-loving germophobe, these soap rings are a Sophie's choice: wash and destroy or save and be dirty?

For these and many more interesting conceptual pieces, visit UK artist Hannah Louise Pittman.

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Tuesday, February 07, 2012

Anja Eichler / André Ribeiro

In "Restrictions," German artist Anja Eichler explored the concept of self-limitation by working within self-imposed confines — focussing on a latex glove as source material — to create a collection. Thanks to her, I can now think of "doing the dishes" as "modelling the jewellery."

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Monday, February 06, 2012

Soizig Marie Carey / Paula Walden

Photo-etched with the image of a building, the "Towerblock Ring" lets you feel larger than King Kong by wearing several storeys on your finger.

Of course, you'll need the matching armpiece. Both works above by Scotland's Soizig Marie Carey.

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