Jewelry

Alex and Ani are well known for their Disney bangles, but now they’ve put together a small Wonder Woman collection in celebration of the upcoming film. The collection includes bangles, a cuff, a ring, a necklace and a pair of earrings. Take a closer look at the designs below. [click to continue…]

I know it’s Monday but come on. Cat mermaid necklaces? That’s cute even before I tell you that you can get them custom made from Etsy seller GirlAndHerCat in the likeness of your pet. It doesn’t even need to be a cat! [click to continue…]

Kuma Crafts is churning out some spectacular laser cut/3D-printed jewelry inspired by Japanese pop culture. We really fell in love with their Sailor Moon-themed collection, and their new Spectral Prism Compact definitely caught our eye with its embedded LED. Take a closer look at some of the pieces below. [click to continue…]

Takayas has crafted yet another Final Fantasy-inspired engagement ring for a cute couple that bonded over video games—but the design for this ring is a more subtle than most. At first glance, it looks like an elegant sapphire and diamond engagement ring. However, if you look closely, you’ll notice that the ring is made up of two FFXIV Carbuncles, mirror-reversed and wrapping around either side. [click to continue…]

This Star Wars lightsaber “best friends” necklace set amuses me with its Rebel and Empire theme. At less than $10, you can afford to buy the set it and give one to that special person you have a love/hate relationship with.

A Japanese site called K.Uno sells a stunning Cinderella-themed carriage necklace made out of 18K gold, white gold, and silver that features details like hinged doors and a glass slipper pendant. The carriage is designed to separate from wheels when worn. [click to continue…]

Takayas Custom Jewelry has fulfilled numerous requests for Kingdom Hearts-themed engagement rings over the years, so they decided to design a small collection of men’s and women’s wedding rings based on the Oathkeeper and Oblivion keyblades. [click to continue…]

We haven’t discovered wormholes yet, but you can get yourself engaged to the concept with this wormhole ring by Shapeways user Dustin Dennis (aka Polygonal Encyclopedia). [click to continue…]

No skinless Titan necklaces here. In fact, this officially licensed Attack on Titan jewelry collection from Bandai is actually…pretty. [click to continue…]

The Unified Theory jewelry collection from Little Rooms features some of the most unique designs we’ve ever seen. It’s inspired by space, but with retro flair that includes Victorian and Art Deco designs. Clearly, the woman on the right in the picture above is stressing out because she’s only got ten fingers to wear this stuff. [click to continue…]