Apollo’s Rings handcrafts these vibrant orange and red rings which glow after being exposed to bright UV light source like the sun. When the lights go down, it looks like you’re wearing a lava flow on your finger. They’re made by infusing different types of glow powder into resin during the casting process.
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BrainfooTV show us how he transformed an stainless steel connection nut into a piece of jewelry inspired by Tony Stark’s armored helmet. He first removed the threads, then cut and shaped it using a Dremel and hand tools, before polishing it to a high sheen. As a finishing touch, he added a pair of tritium tubes to give it glowing eyes.
Give your wrist a little extra swagger with this set of three handmade bracelets from Vallour. Each one is crafted from a different material – wood beads, leather, and paracord. While you could certainly wear them individually, we think they look best stacked together. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
This three-pack of bracelets looks great stacked together, with one made from a deeply-textured black lava rock, another from a polished silver agate stone, and the third woven from paracord. Ideal for wrist sizes from 7.5″ to 8.5″. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
Fordite, also known as “Motor City agate” is made from layers of baked-on paint that piled up along automotive assembly lines. Its abstract patterns are revealed as its cut and polished. Watch as jewlery maker Patrick Adair combines the material with rose gold and black diamonds to make a spectacular piece of wearable art.
Custom King Design’s titanium rings offer a unique method of personalization. Each one can be engraved with a fingerprint sample you provide. It’s a great way to remember a loved one and keep them with you all the time. The rings come in a variety of styles and sizes, and silver, blue, black, gold, white gold, or rose gold finishes.
We’ve seen how it’s possible to turn a bowling ball into a bowl. Carpenter Carl Jacobson was kind enough to send some of the scraps to jewelry artist Patrick Adair, who managed to transform the leftovers into some really cool and colorful rings, complete with a finger hole design.
Watchmaker MVMT turns its eye towards men’s jewelry with their beautifully minimal collection. Each piece features clean lines and smooth surfaces, and works with any outfit. They currently offer both rings and cuff bracelets, each made from stainless steel, in either natural or black finishes.
These funky, chunky rings feature intricate sculptures of cities sitting atop them. There are models of Rome, London, and New York City, crafted from copper, silver, or gold, and set under durable, see-through resin. Sign up here to be notified when they’re available for pre-order.
Caveman Bands creates these bold and unique wedding bands using hand-hammered titanium, and an inner layer crafted from sanded and polished oak whiskey barrel wood. Comes with a rustic wood display box. Regularly priced at $192, it’s currently on sale for 50% off.
Moon Raven Designs‘ tool-inspired ring looks like a miniature spanner wrench that’s been twisted into a ring. It’s a great gift for makers, DIYers, mechanics, and other tool enthusiasts. It’s made of silver-plated white bronze. It’s also available in women’s sizes.
Made from 99.9% fine silver, Shire Post Mint’s, coins serve as a reminder to live life to the fullest. One side that reads “Memento Vivere” and the other saying “Memento Mori.” You’ll get one coin for your pocket, and another on a 30″ chain. Also available in copper and iron.
Ignite! rings have a polymer core infused with glow-in-the-dark material. You can make it glow just by exposing it to light for a few seconds. The core is wrapped in carbon fiber then inserted into an outer shell made of volcanic rock. Available in six colors and three designs.
Jewelry artist Patrick Adair wows us with another incredible ring design – this time using a slice from a superconductor rod, then sanding facets onto it and acid etching the surface to create an incredibly cool texture. Check out one of his other superconductor designs here.
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