These “Seek and ye shall snitch ear climbers” from legendary Etsy seller PaulMichaelDesign are modeled after the Quidditch Golden Snitch—only these are a lot easier to catch.

They come in four different varieties: sterling silver with 14K yellow gold and white sapphires, sterling with 18K yellow and diamonds, all sterling with the customer’s choice of colored stones and a more affordable version without any gems.

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mad max earrings

We were waiting for NerdyButStillGirly to make Mad Max-inspired cling earrings and she totally delivered!

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Disney just released a new line of absolutely gorgeous engagement and wedding ring sets at the Tokyo Disney Resort as well as Japanese branches of the Disney Store and its online shop. These rings are the real deal—crafted from precious metals and stones, with a price tag to match. Each ring also a hidden Mickey Mouse silhouette to complete the theme.

Take a look at all the brilliant styles after the break.

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Etsy shop owner Mystic Swan has an amazing talent for capturing the beauty and mystery of fantasy creatures. Her handmade jewelry begins with a pencil drawing and then is transformed into brilliant sterling silver rings.

“Imagine a mystical place where you can get away from the monotony of everyday life; a place where unicorn’s play and morning glory flowers bloom from a vine that twists all around — this ring takes you to that magical place. “

Her collection of rings feature unicorns, a dragon, faeries, mermaids and more. Check some of them out after the break.

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This Harley Quinn ring by Etsy seller AllThingsGeekChic is all about mad love. It’s cast in 925 sterling silver, but set with lab created rubies and black diamond so it won’t break the bank.

See more pictures of this gorgeous ring after the break.

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galaxy bracelet

Beautiful images of planets and galaxies far, far away are embedded into these antique bracelets. Etsy shop owner Jersey Maids hand makes each lovely bangle with your choice from 36 images of planets, nebulas, and star systems. And the shop promises that 10% of the profits from every galaxy line sale will go to the Planetary Society to help fund space exploration and research.

This is such a wonderful way to show your love for space while actually supporting it.

Check out more amazing options after the break.

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nerdy rings

From Iron Man’s arc reactor, to Star Trek’s emblem, and hearts from Sailor Moon and Zelda, these beautiful rings would make any nerdy bride-to-be squee with joy. Etsy shop VaLa Jewellery brings fandoms to life in gold, white gold, silver, and diamonds.

We’ve featured VaLa several times in the past, but there’s some fantastic new designs here that cover TV, gaming, and comics, and more.

See some of our old favorites along with a few new designs after the break…

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owl wedding

This should be a thing at every wizard wedding. This clever groom arranged to have the rings flown down the aisle by a beautiful white owl. It looks like the groom and the best man were the only two people aware of the stunt beforehand as the bride looks on, completely surprised.

Now, let’s hope no one delivered a howler when asked if there were any objections to the marriage.

See the video after the break.

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This gorgeous brass snitch necklace from Etsy seller Zelas combines two things I love: steampunk fashion and all things Harry Potter. The detailing on the snitch and wings is wonderful and hidden underneath is a real working watch. The chain is extra long so it will dangle around mid chest, or you can order it with a belt clip. Either way, this is a unique keepsake for wizards and muggles alike.

Check out more pictures after the break.

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Etsy seller ScienceAndFiction has managed to turn the game of Quidditch from Harry Potter into a very stylish necklace. It features a quaffle in the center, 2 bludgers, and 3 rings for each team’s goals with the snitch sneaking off in the corner.

See more pictures after the break.

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