I’ve always considered myself a romantic, but I’m having a hard time trying to figure out if these new heartbeat rings are cool or creepy.
The idea here is that your rings are always connected to one another through Bluetooth and a mobile app. When you tap your ring, it will respond with your partner’s heartbeat in real time—allowing you to both see and feel the rhythm.
The rings themselves come in stainless steel or 18K rose gold and have a sapphire housing to prevent scratching. They also come with a single or couple’s charging jewelry box.
Personally, I’d be worried that I’d tap the ring and it wouldn’t work for some reason and I’d be thrown into a panic attack thinking my husband’s dead, but I’m cynical like that. I’m sure lots of people would find this the most romantic thing ever. Check out more pics and videos below. [click to continue…]
We’ve featured rings by Secret Wood in the past, but these new windswept designs are definitely worth another mention. You could build an entire story around the worlds contained in inside the resin of these handmade rings. Check out more new designs below. [click to continue…]
The folks at Her Universe teased these Kiki’s Delivery Service-themed rings which appear to be slated to arrive at Hot Topic sometime in the near future. Collect them all for a super cute alternative to brass knuckles.
BONUS: Check out an upcoming Star Wars style below. [click to continue…]
Esty seller CADIjewelry has designed wedding rings that are beautiful apart, but awesome together. These ring sets come in a variety of metals, stones, and styles. They also feature engraving that, when the rings are put together, form shapes like a heart, the sun and stars, or initials. I’m betting they can do more (nerdy) designs if you want to be creative. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
RockLove has created an official line of Star Trek jewelry to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Star Trek. The collection features sterling silver throughout, with some containing affordable gemstones like topaz, cubic zirconia and garnet.
I’m digging the Kol-ut-shan in Vulcan Script necklace in particular. It’s definitely a unique piece.
Check out more pieces from the collection below. [click to continue…]
Why wear diamonds when you can wear celestial fireworks?
This Celestial Fireworks bracelet features an image of Westerlund 2, a cluster in the constellation Carina, captured by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.
ThinkGeek then took that already beautiful image and added 15 teeny white LED lights that sparkle. The bracelet’s lights are powered by a rechargeable battery and USB cable that are both included.
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Japanese company Studio Shikumi is offering jewelry made from actual, factual samurai swords as part of their “Origami project.” The idea is to repurpose blades that would otherwise have been disposed of for minor imperfections.
However, if you’re expecting jewelry made from recycled weaponry to be cheap then maybe this stuff isn’t for you. A single piece can run as much as $900 or more, depending on which section of the blade has been used. Still, if you’ve got that kind of money to burn and want to dangle a conversation-starter around your neck, maybe this is the thing for you.
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Just in case any Pokemon GO players out there are taking a break to read FG while they rest their legs, I have more Pokémon goodies for you and these ones are gold, silver, and shiny.
The U-treasure by K.uno collection from Japan includes necklaces, engagement rings and wedding bands. Pikachu platinum and diamond wedding ring, anyone?
You can also customize several of the pieces to add your choice of metals and precious stones. Simpler designs include a Gengar ring, and a Pokéball band.
Plus, each piece of jewelry comes in a handsome Poke Ball box (unless you’re one of the first 400 orders. In that case, you get a limited edition Poke Ball gift case).
Cute, right? Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
Yep, there’s no delicate little charm on this Wonder Woman necklace. The metal symbol is a whopping 6-inches wide.
Wonder Woman Symbol Collar Necklace ($15.99)
Yesterday we shared this gorgeous GemFire ring worn by Cersei in the Game Of Thrones season six finale. Today we have more pieces of jewelry either inspired by or worn on Game of Thrones by Mey Designs.
If you want a replica of one of their GoT show worn designs, they have the winged and wingless versions of Dany’s Drogon choker from the end of season 5 and the beginning of season 6. They also have replicas of her Dragon Storm hand wrap and Flight neck cuff. Or you can get a GoT-inspired piece like their Dragon Egg line or Armour line.
All of the pieces are beautiful and definitely worth looking at just for the “shiny things” value. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]