TIE fighter ring

If you read us regularly, you know we love Paul Michael Design, so when we spotted a new X-Wing ring and a new TIE Fighter ring, you bet we had to show them off.

I love the colors on the X-Wing version pictured after the break. As someone who’s partial to sapphires, I’d love to see a version with them, but it looks pretty just the way it is. I’m also putting in a couple new Star Trek Bat’leth necklaces because, well, Bat’leth necklaces!

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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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frozen rings

Gemvara is a dangerous site. You can use their available styles, metals, and stones to create the rings you’ve always dreamed of. However, they’re not cheap. We’ve seen several stunning Disney princess inspired rings designed with Gemvara in the past, and now Tumblr user frozen-cakeartist has made lovely accessories inspired by Frozen. Elsa and Anna each get a ring that suits their style and the colors they’re seen wearing in the film. The engravings on the inside of the rings are also pretty perfect.

You can order either style on Gemvara; they start at $985.

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Fantasy, comics, and science fiction are full of magical rings. The first one that comes to mind is the One Ring, but it’s far from the only one. Custom Made has put together a beautiful infographic showing off six magical rings from different mediums. The image breaks down the story of the ring, where the ring appears, and the powers the ring has. It’s fun nerd history but also a great start if you’re looking for inspiration to design a custom ring for yourself or someone you love.

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The Trekkie in your life is sure to say yes when you propose with this gorgeous diamond-studded USS Enterprise ring. It’s available in white gold, sterling silver or platinum with diamonds and your choice of accent stones like sapphires, rubies, and emeralds. Each is custom made and takes about 4-6 weeks to create.

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sochi fail shirt

The 2014 Winter Olympics are in full swing, but not quite without a hitch. In addition to the ever-popular #SochiProblems hashtag that has been filled with all sorts of crazy issues, there was also that one ring that failed to do its thing during the opening ceremony. Now you can get an image with that failed ring on a shirt, until the Olympic Committee notices and unleashes its legal hounds.

Product Page ($15.95-$29.45 via Mashable)


I’ve already mentioned my love for geeky jewelry that’s also subtle and stylish, so it’s probably not a surprise that I like this Hunger Games: Catching Fire Mockingjay Charm Ring from ThinkGeek.

It’s got three antique Brass-tone joined bands with 3 charms; a District 12 seal, a mockingjay, and a fiery-red stone charm.

The ring only comes in size 7.5, but I think this would also look pretty cool on a necklace or turned into a brooch.

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one ring

If you purchased a Tungsten wedding band, you probably paid a lot more than $79.99 for it—and chances are it isn’t nearly as awesome as this gold-plated One Ring. Grab it for 20% off while you still can!

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Holy Ewoks! Look at these Star Wars ring designs! It looks like J.A.P. Studio had the license to make some creative Star Wars ring prototypes back in the late ’90s, and I wish they were available now. The statement rings feature more than just the usual suspects. I dig the R2-D2, Darth Vader, and Boba Fett designs but there are so many more – like a rancor ring, Ackbar, Bib Fortuna, and the list goes on. They are weird and delightful, and if I could wear one of them on each finger, I would.

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This laser cut wood ring is actually three separate rings together. Etsy artist Clive Roddy sells them in sets of three with a series of houses, trees, or mountains and it’s up to you how you match them together. You can mix and match the styles or even choose to wear them individually on different fingers.

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