Designer Gerd Rothmann from Germany has created the Family Ring, which is similar to the fingerprint wedding band, except that instead of just putting your spouse's fingerprint on your ring you can put your entire family's. Well, up to four of them at least. Unfortunately, the ring itself is hideous. This is what you would get if you were asked to design a ring and put as little effort into it as possible. They just took a block and drilled a hole through it.
'I Do' wedding bands were created by Sakurako Shimizu and are similar to waveform bracelets but much more matrimonial. They were cast in palladium and 18K gold and feature a waveform version of the words "I do". Of course, if you were smart you'd sneakily have an "I don't" ca... / Continue →
Okay ladies (and men who like wearing jewelry), here comes a novel ring concept by Charles Windlin, which loosely reminds me of this bad boy. It's a ring watch that uses 1,400 metal balls to tell the time. Each ball has a decorative and magnetic side, and is electrically acti... / Continue →
Jeweler Andrew English has designed wedding bands which are hand-engraved with the fingerprint of the partner so that they're completely unique to each couple. They're only available by commission and come in 9, 14 and 18ct white/yellow/rose gold and platinum. The bands are ava... / Continue →