Back in July, Takayas Custom Jewelry sent us info about a custom Final Fantasy XIII-2 Gunblade wedding band that they made for a client. This new version is inspired by that ring, but is based on the pattern from the blade rather than the guard. They also incorporated a rabbit on the inside of the band instead of the Cactuars that were hidden on the inside of the previous ring. As always, the final product is gorgeous. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
Earlier this year, Love and Madness released Star Wars Crawl wrap bracelets featuring the opening crawl of Star Wars: Episode IV. Now they’ve unveiled a wrap bracelet for The Empire Strikes Back and it’s gorgeous, of course.
It’s nice to see a little shine on this version as opposed to the matte finish of the ANH version. Currently, we don’t have pricing or availability information, but I’m guessing it will run in the $50 – $60 range like the others. [click to continue…]
Etsy seller MaryLouBangkok makes some super cute animal-themed jewelry featuring sloths, cats, dogs, hedgehogs and more.
We’ve seen similar finger-hugging rings in the past, but these are especially adorable. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Diehard Final Fantasy VII fans will appreciate this custom Sephiroth engagement ring from Takayas. The design is pretty unique: it features an emerald as the center stone, and its flanked by Masamune on one side and Sephiroth’s wing on the other.
Here’s what Takayas had to say about the ring: [click to continue…]
We’ve seen T-Rex faux gauge earrings in the past, but this Xenomorph-inspired version takes the concept to a creepy new level.
Xenomorph Faux Gauge Earrings ($13.50-$25.75)
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Space buffs will definitely dig the latest jewelry trend: constellation piercings. As you can see, people have been arranging their ear piercings like stars in the sky.
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Check out more examples of the constellation piercing trend below. [click to continue…]
The Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball crossover you’ve always dreamed of has extended beyond fan fiction into custom engagement rings thanks to Takayas. The design features Sailor Uranus’ Sailor Scout symbol on each side of the sapphire heart container with the Four-Star Dragon Ball in the center of each symbol.
David and Bryn knew they wanted a heart container in place of a traditional center stone, but they also wanted to find a way to add a Sailor Uranus symbol and Four-Star Dragonball into the design without crowding the ring too much.
Takayas framed the heart container on either side with the Sailor Uranus sample image symbol they provided. His initial design plan was to place the Dragonball in the ring’s under gallery, but they came up with the idea to incorporate the four star Dragonball in the center of each symbol which worked out perfectly.
Did she say yes? Of course she did! Who wouldn’t? Check out more pictures of the ring below. [click to continue…]
We have seen many variations on solar system necklaces, and even one or two necklaces that focused on fictional planets. These handmade earring designs from Lauren Beacham would be a perfect paring.
They’re available in a mismatched solar system design or moon phases for $45.
Apple’s newest iPhone has no headphone jack and there are people out there (like me) who worry about the new AirPods falling out of their ears and being lost forever.
Cue 3D Printing company M3D, who’s here to help with a pattern for Twisty Earbud Catchers, made to, you guessed it, catch your AirPods when they liberate themselves. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
This Stargate Spinner Ring is from sterling silver and the chevrons and glyphs actually spin! Imagine all of the adventures your finger can have traveling through space. Hahaha…yes. Don’t try to stick anything else in there.
This clever ring is hand-cast in solid sterling silver and mimics the Stargate, with two separate, highly detailed components: an outer ring and an inner ring. The outer ring has a three-dimensional design that features the nine chevrons (visible from both sides) and architectural detailing along the top. The inner ring sports a screen-accurate recreation of the glyphs that orient the Stargate, also visible from either side. The best part? The two rings actually spin around each other!
Stargate Sterling Spinner Ring ($124.99)