Canadian jewelry maker Squaremade makes just a single ring design, but what makes their collection stand out is the materials selection. This minimal, unisex band comes in a dozen metals, including titanium, copper, cast iron, tungsten, and 24k gold. Buy them individually or in sets with a stainless steel display dock.
Enso Rings expands its catalog of comfy, easygoing silicone jewelry with a collection of rings inspired by space exploration. The stackable trio of black rings comes in solar eclipse, moon phase, and abstract celestial patterns. Like every Enso ring, they come with a lifetime warranty.
Black Beard Projects shows off an interesting way to create a steel ring. The blacksmith started with a rusty bandsaw blade and chopped it up into flat pieces. He then welded, forged, and hammered them multiple times to create a Damascus pattern before twisting the metal into a cylinder and refining it into its final form.
Berch Jewelry makes these beautiful and unique rings by joining exotic woods with forged carbon fiber. Each one is a unique piece of wearable art, with materials like spalted maple, birch, whisky barrel, and redheart wood to choose from. They also make a version lined with stainless steel in place of the wood.
Ready to propose to your sweetie? You could head to the jewelry store and spend thousands on an engagement ring, or you could do what agepbiz did, and 3D print one. He designed 3D models for the ring and gift box, printed them with Timberfill wood filament, sanded them smooth and added a Swarovski crystal to the ring.
Jewelry artist Elier Olivos takes us through the process of making a unique ring with three rotating sections. He used skinny metal tubes to make a single ring he sliced into thirds, then wrapped them around a band with channels to keep the pieces from falling off. He embellished the outer rings with tiny black stones.
Carved makes these unique rings using the same techniques as their beautiful phone cases and other eyecatching objects. Each one features an inlay of burled wood and colorful resin set into a 316L stainless steel band. They come in five colors and ring sizes from 5 to 12.
This gorgeous ring from Copperbeard Jewelry is a real conversation starter. Its sparkly blue goldstone center looks like a star-dappled night sky, surrounded by a tungsten band with a laser-etched Damascus pattern and blue plating. Blue goldstone is also said to symbolize victory, bringing wisdom, courage, and energy.
Jewelry maker Manly Bands teamed up with DC Comics to create a series of rings inspired by comic book characters. They’re made from materials like black zirconium, cobalt chrome, and Cerakote, and come in Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash, Joker, and an extravagant Bruce Wayne design with black diamonds.
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 close all the time. The rings come in a variety of styles, sizes, and finishes.
Patrick Adair makes some really beautiful jewelry, specializing in unique rings and pendants. In this video, he walks us through the process of creating a golden ring wrapped in TruStone malachite, a composite stone stabilized with a polymer resin with stunning green marbling.
C9T Tungsten makes unique rings from silver and tungsten. Among them is this band inspired by the traces on a circuit board. It features a crimson and black carbon fiber inlay and can be ordered in 9mm or 5mm sizes with free inside engraving available. They also have a 10mm version in green.
Superconductors have some amazing properties. Artist Patrick Adair shows us how such materials can also make some beautiful jewelry. Here, he shows us how he combined a superconductor with titanium to produce an awesome-looking ring. You can order the ring in a straight or tilted etched pattern.
(PG-13: Language) Migos takes us inside the fascinating and cut-throat business of making and selling hip-hop jewelry. In this episode, we meet colorful industry personalities like “The King of Bling” Johnny Dang, Ben Baller, Icebox, Eliantte, Joe Avianne, and Greg “Flawless” Yuna. Catch all of the episodes here. (Thanks Rob!)
This handmade ring from Trust Ring Co. is the perfect wedding band or gift for an automotive or motorcycle geek. Its core is made from smooth titanium, while its outside is wrapped in black carbon fiber, textured to look like the treads on a tire. As an added bonus, it will never go flat.
You’re the captain now. Show ‘em who’s boss in power meetings with one of these statement pieces on your lapel. Whether your spirit animal is a tiger, panther, elephant, or monkey, these ersatz medals of honor establish your dominance with a roar. Hand embroidered and beaded, they’re commissioned by Gold Bug Gallery.
Secil Eldek of Beaus Jewelry makes this wearable version of King Arthur’s legendary sword. The two-piece pendant lets you remove the tiny sword to admire its design, while a catch on its metal scabbard locks it firmly in place. Available in .925 sterling silver as well as silver/gold and silver/rose finishes.
Costume jewelry pieces are sometimes made out of glass, but those fakes are usually made by casting molten glass. In this video, an artist from China shows us how they make imitation sapphires and emeralds from broken bottles, reshaping and faceting the shattered bits using a rotary tool.
As we’ve seen before, Ross The Random has a knack for turning bits of hardware into small works of art. In this video, he shows us how he took an old copper nozzle from a MIG welder and transformed it into a badass ring based on the visage of Spider-Man’s terrifying nemesis Carnage.
We’ve always loved the look of the Kunai, and how it evolved from a tool used for masonry to a deadly ninja’s weapon. In this video, jewelry artist Change You Can Wear creates a teensy replica of the weapon that can be worn around the neck. The process involves making a wax form for a silica investment mold, then casting it in silver.
This stainless steel ring gives fidgeters something to do whenever and wherever they please. Its rails hold several individual steel elements that move freely with a flick of your finger. Stack two rings for double the fidget action. They come in silver or rose gold finishes.