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Friday, April 28, 2023

"Atom" rings by Denmark's Marek Švaňa.

Wednesday, April 26, 2023

If you could see the aurora borealis during a sunny afternoon (at this time of year, in this part of the country, perhaps localized entirely within your kitchen), they might look like these glass rings from Japan's Hiyocoya.

Monday, April 24, 2023

What I've always called "spacer" rings, Belgium's Jade Houben calls "In Between."

Friday, April 21, 2023

Does this one, er, ring a bell? I feel like I have something similar in my collection.

"In Your Hands" ring by Hungarian artist Eszter Zámori, from an exhibition titled "I'm not a robot - On the borders of singularity."

Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Rings in paper, thread, real leaves and other natural objects by South Korea's Hye Jung Sin, who focusses on two aspects of nature: "the creation and destruction" thereof and "its formative features."

Monday, April 17, 2023

Supremely sleek and shiny stackables from Japan's ISIR (Takeshi Matsuoka).

Friday, April 14, 2023

Serves me right for procrastinating. I had this Chinese jeweller's site open in a tab for weeks but when it finally came time for me to make a post, the site was offline! Luckily, this one ring (as well as some other jewellery) can be viewed here but as for the rest, I'll have to wait and see if ever returns. Her colourful work is inspired by fresh fruit — like mango, lychee or passion fruit, as in this ring — and each piece begins as a drawing.

Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Those aren't really gems — they're photos. In fact, those aren't even really rings. They're bracelets!

Stacked-coin rings and everything else above by South Korea's Friendship Paradox (Kim Woo Jung), who has several interesting collections to explore.

Monday, April 10, 2023

Ten-finger ring in brass and steel by Niels Tingaud of France.

Friday, April 7, 2023

Brazil's Marcia Cirne combines "leftover pieces, parts, remnants" from a series of objects that form "an endless collection in [her] studio," allowing her to "create connections between parts, mix senses, and create pieces for the body — jewelry."

Wednesday, April 5, 2023

Creatures from sea to sky make up this porcelain menagerie by the Netherlands' Fragile Stories (Janine Mazel).

Monday, April 3, 2023

Flowers, four ways, from:

1) South Korea's Park Sanghee (3D-printed silver)

2) Turkiye's Gülnur Özdaǧlar (recycled plastic bottles)

3) Sweden's Larissa Stock (porcelain)

4) Italy's Rubilù (silver wire)

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