Blog > January 2021
Rings in brass and hand-carved soap by the UK's Jo Harrison-Hall, who's "exploring hygiene rituals and germaphobia."
Ring-Free Thursday: Estonia's Kedrina (Kedrina Ljubov).
Cuteness level: freaking. I want every one of these porcelain animal rings by Austria's Ursula Rivera.
Two passions of mine that I never dreamed could come together: rings and organizing. With this three-drawer ring, the Netherlands' Moya brings The Container Store to your finger (which acts as the clasp, so you won't lose anything while you're wearing it).
Using a special firing method, Taiwan's ZIH-CI Studio (Zih-Ci Liang) creates jewellery featuring "enamel without metal."
Whether it's imagining a "Future that Never Was" or ruminating on the bubble gum that litters her streets, Nova Scotia-based Aleena Derohanian infuses her work with fun and humour.
Ring-Free Thursday: Spain's Chokolom (Esther Ortiz-Villajos).
These rings in crystal, paper, resin and glitter look to be bursting with excitement. And why not? For more, visit Welsh jeweller Osian Efnisien.
"Intimate Relationship" series in silver, brass and acrylic by the UK's Molly Wang.
Is there a word for an eighth of a sphere? Quaversphere? Demiquartersphere? I think "eglesphere" has a nice ring to it but we'd have to check with UK-based Lithuanian designer Egle Banyte.
Monoliths may have been the craze of late 2020 but Italy's Margherita Chinchio (in collaboration with Alan Stefanato) was ahead of the curve because these monolith rings were actually created in 2016. 2016... just like the Utah monolith. Hmmm.
Ring-Free Thursday: Australia's Studio Hau (Annika Hauschild).
These fun rings with interchangeable "gems" were the precursors to UK jeweller Sibley Sparling's current collection. Her aim is "to create modern pieces that consist of clean lines, quality materials and a splash of colour."
2021 is going to be more than O.K., like these rings by the UK's Olivia Kane.