Blog > March 2022
Ring-Free Thursday: Spain's Reez Studio (Celina Re & Juan López).
Minimal in design but not impact: this is Spain's MAM (Jordi Enrique Albert & Anthya Tirado).
Israel's Natali Itzhak.
Biomorphic rings featuring shrinky dink plastic, resin, silver and more by Angel Zhang, a Namibian jeweller of Chinese descent.
It's a veggie burger ring made of actual dried veggies.
And if you want potatoes on the side, you've got it... though they might be a bit dry. All of the above courtesy of Hong Kong "Potato Artist" Zeyun Chen.
Ring-Free Thursday: Japan's Mami Tamura.
Gorgeous work in crystal, opal and calcite by Taiwanese jeweller Pei Wu.
I have all the time in the world for these sundial rings by California's Melissa Scoppa, who makes an array of pretty talismanic pieces in silver and gold.
Kinetic windmill ring by Hungary's Khirani Fanny Chelia.
Rings in 3D-printed steel by Belgium's Linda Savineau.
Ring-Free Thursday: Italian beadsmith Maracole (Mara Colecchia).
Patinated copper seems to spring to life in these rings by India's Surabhi Sahgal.
"Architectural Ruins" by Greek jeweller Anastasia Kandaraki.
Cameos in colour by Philadelphia ceramicist Marcie McGoldrick.
Sweden's Crush Jewelry (Yingyun Jiang) is "obsessed with unrestrictive designs and styles, unconventional materials and colours."
Be sure to check out her other work, too, like the fun "engagement earrings."
Ring-Free Thursday: Sibel Akay of Turkey (or is "Türkiye" official now?).
"Aguerrida" ring by Brazil's Nara Carvalho.
When not working with acrylic, California's Kelsey Simmen grows sugar crystals, which she then casts to create these "sweet" rings.
Everything comes full circle for Estonia's Claudia Lepik.
"Lens-scape" rings by Hong Kong's Ho Oi Ying (aka Valerie Ho).
Ring-Free Thursday: Hungary's Anna Börcsök.
The other kind of onion rings, from French jeweller Marine Dominiczak.
Geometry in layers by French jeweller Alex Modeste.