This absolutely wonderful Star Trek Galileo Shuttlecraft necklace is the latest by Paul Michael Design. We’ve featured many of his nerdy jewelry designs in the past, and he shows no signs of slowing down. The shuttle opens like a locket to reveal six gems to represent the passengers in either yellow, blue, or red. You get to pick which colors you want in your shuttle, but better not pick too many redshirts or the whole thing will go down in flames.
Product Page ($395 and up via technabob)
These rings are the work of Paul Michael Design who we’ve featured many times for his nerdy works of jewelry art. He’s turned his attention to anime this time with Sailor Moon rings available with your choice of stones. You can also choose silver, gold, or even platinum depending on how much you want to spend.
Product Page ($295 and up via The Mary Sue)
If you like Iron Man, this is the ring for you. The latest accessory from Paul Michael Designs features Tony Stark’s arc reactor in a more delicate setting than the Iron Man armor. It’s made from palladium and custom cut light blue sapphires. Yes, you probably need to be as wealthy as Tony Stark to afford it, but the quality and design makes it worth it.
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With this new Millennium Falcon ring creation, Paul Michael Designs might erase the line “she might not look like much…” from Star Wars lexicon. Because holy Ewoks, this is a beautiful and clever design. A ring is already the right shape to look like the spaceship, and the cockpit looks like a natural extension. I love that it’s available in three different metals and with different stones.
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If you read us regularly, you know we love Paul Michael Design, so when we spotted a new X-Wing ring and a new TIE Fighter ring, you bet we had to show them off.
I love the colors on the X-Wing version pictured after the break. As someone who’s partial to sapphires, I’d love to see a version with them, but it looks pretty just the way it is. I’m also putting in a couple new Star Trek Bat’leth necklaces because, well, Bat’leth necklaces!
Head after the break for more pictures and product information.
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Photos courtesy of Paul Pape and Paul Michael Design/Etsy
Geeks are quite creative when it comes to memorable events in their lives—especially weddings and proposals. For the most hardcore fans, ring boxes and even the engagement rings themselves get specialized with a geeky theme. It’s a big moment when you decide to spend your life with someone who is probably just as, if not more, passionate about a fandom as you are. What better way to make them remember that moment forever than by having the items in your proposal be geeky too?
Over the years we’ve shown you a number of amazing custom made rings and ring boxes with themes from Batman to World of Warcraft. But how are these works of geeky art created? If you’re interested in making a special custom engagement ring or ring box but don’t know where to start, we have you covered.
We spoke with two of the best in the business, Paul Michael Design and Paul Pape Designs about how you can have your own custom engagement ring or ring box made. Take a look inside the process with our guide and find some inspiring photos after the break.
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Though this kind of sonic won’t get you out of tricky situations or even assemble cabinets, it’s still spectacular. That’s pretty much what we’ve come to expect from Paul Michael Designs.
You get a band reminiscent of the Doctor’s sonic screwdriver, and you can customize the ring by choosing the stone. Go with blue or green to stick to what we’ve seen on screen, or choose your birthstone or favorite color. Sonic rings in all the colors of the rainbow!
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Know a special lady who runs with the Horde in World of Warcraft? She’d probably appreciate this exquisite ring from Paul Michael Designs. It does make a perfect engagement ring, but it would be just fine for any romantic or just-because occasion (as long as you don’t mind dropping some cash). The stones are a 1-1.1 carat heart-shaped ruby and 0.25 carats of diamonds. You can choose natural or synthetic gems.
Product Page ($490 and up)
I know the assassins from Assassin’s Creed are supposed to be stealth experts, but I’ve always kind of thought that their outfits look a bit too conspicuous for assassinations. That would explain the thinking behind the totally flashy Assassin’s Creed ring from Paul Michael Design. It’s made from either sterling silver or gold and it’s rather shiny. Like really, really oh-god-it’s-so-sparkly shiny.
But then again, if you’re an assassin, you can pretty much do whatever want… because you’re an assassin. So dress as fancy as you want, aspiring assassin. It’s your funeral.
Product Page: ($275.00 via Technabob)
I admit that I think the concept of promise rings is silly, but this concept design of an “Intendo” ring is fabulous. It’s from the creative mind of Paul Michael Designs, and it has a lot going for it. It’s a fun design sure to make any Nintendo fan smile, the power cord band is unique, it has shining gemstones for extra sparkle, and it’s amusing. If you want to give a promise ring to a gamer, I can’t imagine a better choice.
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