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Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Final Post of 2010 // Oodles of Bows!

I'm taking a break for the holidays so this will be my final post of 2010! I hope you all have a great holiday — thanks for reading!

When it comes to these rings, the bow goes inside the box.

Top: trio of gift-bow rings by Sweden's Caroline Grohp.

Ribbon rings, all from Japan unless otherwise noted (L-R): row 1 by Aqua, Mikey Jewellery (UK) and Tiny Masters (Sweden); row 2 by Hirondelle, Sparklethots (Singapore) and Padou; row 3 by Snow Angel, Vendome and Mignons; and row 4 by Chic Alors! (France), Hakka Avenue and Mikia.

If you missed yesterday's post, be sure to check it out, as I included a large number of jewellers to explore over the break. Happy New Year, everybody!

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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Dicokick / Ahna Adair / SandyClause / Pomellato/ Ebba Goring/ Pekka Salokannel / Mode en Module / Lisa Wilson / Kenichi Kondo/ Big-Game

Sleeping children, Christmas trees and rooftop chimneys — it's coming up on Santa Claus time! Tomorrow will be my last post of the year so, in order to leave you with lots to explore over the break, here's an extravaganza of Random Pluckings from My Bookmarks!

Above: facial trimmings and a nose by Japan's Dicokick, who also made the Christmasy rings up top.

Bread-tag ring by UK artist Ahna Adair.

Teddy bears and bunnies by seasonally-named SandyClause of Japan, who also make jewellery shaped like gingerbread men.

"Sirene" golden fishscale rings by Italy's Pomellato.

Metal lace by Scotland's Ebba Goring.

3D-printed rings by Finnish designer Pekka Salokannel.

Leather strap ring by Mode en Module of the UK.

"Wave Particle Loop" by Ohio's Lisa Wilson.

Simple enamel by Japan's Kenichi Kondo.

Plastic ring with gold price tag from a conceptual series by Switzerland-based designers Big-Game.

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Monday, December 20, 2010

Osnat Har-Noy / Hammer & Blonde

Recognizing the value of seeing things from a new perspective, Israel's Osnat Har-Noy made these "slice" rings by imagining cross-sections of her apartment (the kitchen bar, the bathroom and the dining room, from the looks of it).

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Friday, December 17, 2010

Ria Lins / Knock Knock Studio / On Skin

When it's cold outside, you gotta bundle up. Wool rings wrapped in textiles and thread by Belgium's Ria Lins.

Mohair's also a fine choice when you're trying not to succumb to hypothermia. Rings by New York's Knock Knock Studio.

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Lindsey K. Eisentraut / Lea-Mi Engholm

This moody ring is straight out of a Grimm's fairy tale. And it makes me want a slice of Black Forest cake. "House Ring" in sterling and bone by San Francisco's Lindsey K. Eisentraut.

Above, her rings (and bracelets) made from motherboard components.

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Wednesday, December 15, 2010

tortue / Sandra L. Brown

A crisp collar...

...a neat bow...

...and a clean shirt cuff. Should I be embarrassed that a piece of jewellery is better-dressed than I am?

All rings above by Japan's Tortue.

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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Charlotte Martyr / Culoyon / NOJESS

"Not cats, but cat masks. Also, rabbits." Too specific for a theme? Nah. Above, rings from French jeweller Charlotte Martyr. Below, rings from Paris-based Culoyon (Yoshiko Parise).

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Monday, December 13, 2010

Fliss Quick / Gillion Carrara

This UK jeweller was never a city planner...

...nor an ornithologist...

...but she did used to make furniture, making wood a natural choice for her quirky rings. Visit Fliss Quick for more, including a series using materials found in the office environment.

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Friday, December 10, 2010

J Pearl / Kasane (Toshie Sakamoto)

These rings are just so so.

Just so, so cute, that is. Japan's J Pearl is your source for all things sweet, sparkly and precious.

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Thursday, December 09, 2010

Black Trumpet (Ross Plowright) / Taë Schmeisser / Ha Sang Beg - Bebe Fatal

As someone who is perpetually cold and sits with a hot water bottle in her lap from October through March, I find this ring very appealing. "Flame Ring (Tribute to Yves Klein)" featuring a gas lighter, scooby tube, cotton and copper by Black Trumpet (Ross Plowright, a British artist now based in Australia).

Australia must be colder than I think it is, because here's another designer from that country with flames on the mind. "Light My Fire" match rings by Taë Schmeisser, whose urban-themed jewellery you won't want to miss — think utility poles and garbage bins!

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Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Sabine Amtsberg / Enna Design

It's perfect weather...

...for baking...

...and reading. Rings in ice, parchment paper and newsprint by Germany's Sabine Amtsberg.

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Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Luckywaste / I Am Flo / Jessica Chia-I Lee

I've never re-gifted but I have recycled. And so has the Czech Republic's Luckywaste, who made these recycled glass bottle rings.

Above, rings with bits of recovered plastic from I Am Flo, an Argentinian designer living in Australia.

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Monday, December 06, 2010

Sanna Nuutinen / Goldprodukt (Susanne Stauch) / Laura Lee Jewellery

No diamond?

That's a nice understatement.

"No Diamond" ring by Finnish jeweller Sanna Nuutinen and "Understatement" ring by Germany's Goldprodukt (Susanne Stauch).

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