Early last year we featured Etsy seller Cloud9Tungsten’s amazing Doctor Who themed ring sets, which are perfect for the Time Lord, Lady or variation thereupon you want to spend the rest of your life with.

Now Cloud9 Tungsten has released new versions of their wonderful rings. Marked with circular Gallifreyan on the outside, each design comes with free laser engraving on the inside of the ring, and is made from Tungsten. They’re remarkably affordable too, with 3-piece sets running $150-$175. Needless to say, it’s nice to see something so unique for a wedding that isn’t going to break the bank.

Check out additional designs after the break…

literary jewelry

There are very few things in this world that warrant the destruction of a book. Artist Jeremy May of Littlefly maaaay be one of these exceptions thanks to his amazing one-of-a-kind jewelry designs. The pieces are created by laminating together hundreds of pages from old, discarded books—shaping them into rings, bracelets, necklaces, and more before being finished with a high gloss coating.

These beautiful pieces of jewelry are all carefully cut from the books so that they fit snugly within the excavated space—like a hidden jewelry box with a single treasure inside.

Explore even more beautiful pieces below.

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With a gorgeous aqua-colored stone and lovely gold-coated brass framing, this StarCraft-inspired Protoss Pylon necklace by Etsy seller Oki007 is all you need – don’t worry about building more.

Get up-close and personal with this necklace in the images below.

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Etsy seller Ye Olde Nerd Shoppe has 3-D printed a super cute Poke Ball box for only $20, and it got me thinking.

This would be perfect for an an engagement ring. Or maybe just a standard box for jewelry or knick knacks. It even has a push button release.

Check out more pics and a build video below.

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When designer Melissa Ng heard that her friend’s father was suffering from cancer, she sprung into action the best way she knew how: by creating something.

Ng’s college classmate, Rishi Gandhi, reached out for help when the medical bills resulting from his father’s stage 4 lung cancer became overwhelming. Gandhi, described by Ng as “the goofy/tough guy (but really a big softy)” was solemn in his heartbreaking words:

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Fraser Stag Brooch Horizontal

Outlander season 2 starts Saturday, April 9th, so it seems like a perfect time to show you this gorgeous Fraser Stag brooch by RockLove Jewelry.

This handmade solid sterling silver brooch features two entwined Celtic knotwork stags with a white-tail stick pin to keep it secure—all inspired by Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander.

A bearskin cloak, to be exact, fastened at the neck with a silver-gilt brooch as large as the palm of my hand. It was made in the shape of two leaping stags, backs arched and heads meeting to form a circle. The locking pin was a short, tapered fan, the head of it shaped like the tail of a fleeing deer.

You may not have a bearskin cloak, but I’m sure this brooch goes with all sorts of great fabrics. Speaking of fabrics, I can’t wait to see the new French clothes when Outlander returns.

Check out more pics below.

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For anyone obsessed with the world of Harry Potter, the latest park additions to Universal Studios Florida (and Hollywood) are already proving to be an immersive experience. Fans can experience Hogwarts, discover their own wands at Ollivander’s, and even toast a real butterbeer in Hogsmeade. So for two wizards in love, what better backdrop for a proposal than the legendary school of witchcraft and wizardry itself?

See Also: Visiting Wizarding World’s Diagon Alley

Imgur user derrickjameswalker shared his adorable proposal, and the extremely cool ring box that he had crafted especially for that day. What started out as innocent photos of the family and the couple themselves turned into something truly magical:

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salior moon top 2

When you have to fight evil by moonlight, and then win love by daylight (right after!) one way to get through your struggles is to feel good by suiting up in your favorite outfit. Thanks to Japanese department store Isetan and some of the world’s most famous designers, Sailor Moon fans can fill their closets with even more pieces inspired by the legendary anime itself.

See Also: High-Fashion Sailor Moon Handbags, Activate!

The collaboration reaches far and wide into the world of fashion to offer an array of choices in jewelry, sleepwear, and everyday clothing for the modern-day magical girl on the go. The line is now expanding to three locations in Japan: Tokyo, Osaka, and now Nagoya.

The collection’s release features some incredible daily outfit ideas featuring the various products available from the line:

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This Snow White Evil Queen huntsman ring by All Things Geek Chic features a 925 sterling silver dagger that’s 14k gold plated with 3 blue diamonds stabbing through a 2ct ruby heart. The band has 42 diamonds down the sides for special added sparkle.

All of the stones are lab created, so you won’t have to sell a less vital organ in order to give your heart to another.

Check out more pics below.

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little mermaid ring

Our friends at Takayas Custom Jewelry have shared another nerdy engagement ring design with us, and this time the lucky lady (Sabrina) is a big fan of The Little Mermaid. Her boyfriend Robert wanted to incorporate the movie into the ring design as a reminder of one of her favorite childhood memories.

For this ring’s design, Takayas wanted to play with the idea of subtly capturing the “under the sea” look. He created the band out of two 14K white gold mermaid tails and used the fins as the ring’s setting for the 1.02 ct aquamarine.

The biggest challenge was making the tails look as if they were moving in water, rather than rigidly holding the center stone in place. To create the appearance of organic underwater movement, Takayas designed the tails’ fins to twist and curve around the aquamarine. If you look closely, the tips of the fins form the ring’s prongs.

We love the subtle elegance of this design. Needless to say, Sabrina said “yes”.

(via Takayas)