This necklace features one of the most well-known sound waves in all of sci-fi. It’s the vworp vworp sound of the TARDIS captured in a visual form. It’s available in either acrylic or wood and measures 3″ by 1.5″ and comes on your choice of a silver or black plated chain.

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Woodworker Peter Brown created an easy-to-follow YouTube tutorial on how to make a ring using a bunch of colored pencils. It might take some practice to craft one as fine as the one Peter made, but I have confidence in you! Good luck!

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tolkien letter gold

If you’re a fan of Tolkien’s writing, now you can wear his written adventure in jewelry form. As in, his handwriting version of the word “adventure”.

Snake and Fawn creates custom pendants using the handwriting of some of history’s most beloved and influential thinkers and artists.

In the case of Tolkien, the company uses J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1956 letter to the BBC’s Terence Tiller as a resource for his handwriting and then 3D prints in steel, pink nylon, silver, gold plate and 14k gold.

Of course, if you want a pendant of something like supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, that may be extra.

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This custom ring box is the work of Paul Pape who has turned a plastic model kit for a Farscape DRD into an adorable ring box. He painted it up, added some lights, and then made a special magnetic key that pops open a panel in the DRD to reveal the ring hidden inside. How could anyone say no to this proposal?

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These beautiful hinged titanium wedding rings made by McWhinney Designs not only look stunning, but are very practical. Each closes with a hinge that becomes a part of the ring’s design when it’s closed (kind of like a watch band). The styles have a bit of a steampunk feel with all the hinges and pins and they’ll fit more snugly around fingers with bony knuckles. They’re also perfect for those with active lifestyles as they can be removed easily with swollen fingers. They even have a lower profile so as not to interfere with activities like cycling, rock climbing, or sailing.

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Art Fire seller Geeky Goddess Creations has a beautifully crafted line of cameos featuring characters from all your fandoms. There’s the TARDIS, Adipose, the Serenity, Pikachu, BMO and more. Each is hand molded from polymer clay, measures 40 x 33 mm, and comes on an 18″ adjustable chain necklace. She also takes custom orders so you can have her make whatever nerdy design you desire.

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Heart-shaped lockets are swell and all, but if you’re looking for a lovely locket that’s a bit more accurate then you’ll have to pick up one of Peggy Skemp’s necklaces.

Most of Peggy’s jewelry is inspired by nature, and her heart locket line is a tiny testament to the complex, natural beauty of the human heart. It’s accurate inside and out and the chain passes through the superior vena cava and the left pulmonary vein. The locket itself hangs anteroinferiorly (towards the front but slightly below), much like the human heart. They are also not designed to hold pictures, but are solely meant to serve as artistic testaments to the complexity of our bodies.

The lockets are handmade, and they are available in sterling silver and gold. The latter locket can also be made to include diamonds.

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These best friends rings are the perfect things for nerd besties. Each pair features an inseperable duo from your favorite fandoms. There’s the Doctor and Companion, Mulder and Scully, Batman and Robin, Link and Zelda, and more. Each is hand stamped from aluminum. No matter your love, there’s a set of rings here for you.

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So, do you consider yourself a true League of Legends master? If so, now you can show off your love for the immensely popular arena game by wearing one of Esty shop LockHornsJewelry’s League of Legends necklaces. They feature mini-versions of some of the most popular champions’ preferred weapons (like the Fizz Trident necklace, pictured above).

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Photos courtesy of Paul Pape and Paul Michael Design/Etsy

Geeks are quite creative when it comes to memorable events in their lives—especially weddings and proposals. For the most hardcore fans, ring boxes and even the engagement rings themselves get specialized with a geeky theme. It’s a big moment when you decide to spend your life with someone who is probably just as, if not more, passionate about a fandom as you are. What better way to make them remember that moment forever than by having the items in your proposal be geeky too?

Over the years we’ve shown you a number of amazing custom made rings and ring boxes with themes from Batman to World of Warcraft. But how are these works of geeky art created? If you’re interested in making a special custom engagement ring or ring box but don’t know where to start, we have you covered.

We spoke with two of the best in the business, Paul Michael Design and Paul Pape Designs about how you can have your own custom engagement ring or ring box made. Take a look inside the process with our guide and find some inspiring photos after the break.

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