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…]
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)
Once again, Takaya’s Custom Jewelry has tipped us to a new custom ring and we love it. Commissioned by a League of Legends fan, this platinum ring’s main design is based on Heartseeker Ashe’s bow and arrow. The setting represents Poro horns, but they’re more rounded to flow with the rest of the ring.
I think the sapphire looks gorgeous in this setting. I’m guessing the person who receives it will be very happy. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Takayas Custom Jewelry recently created a pair of wedding rings for two diehard Legend of Zelda fans named Megan and Jonathan. Majora’s Mask was a childhood favorite, so they decided that their rings should mimic the Clock Tower. Both rings feature an incredible amount of detail—look closely and you’ll spot Anju’s Moon Mask and Kafei’s Sun Mask on Megan’s ring. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
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…]
Cersei Lannister outfit in the season six finale of Game of Thrones got a lot of attention, right down to her Summer Flame GemFire ring. The stunning ring is made by Hespera designs and is hand carved from Southern Star Citrines from Patagonia.
They also make GemFire rings in Winter, Spring, and Fall gems using Colombian white quartz, Brazilian emerald, and imperial Peruvian amethyst.
Cersei Lannister may be an evil queen, but she does have wonderful taste in jewelry. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
As we enter Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Infinity Stones have become increasingly important. We’ve seen a few pop up over the course of the first two phases, but it’s all going to come to a head once Phase 3 concludes in, oh, a billion years, or whatever.
Of course, all this focus on the Stones in the films has led to people craving a set of their own. People like Reddit user JarvisLatteier, who has designed a set of rings inspired by the Infinity Stones that glow in the goddamn dark thanks to the radioactive isotope tritium. [click to continue…]