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Rings

CoinCrafters Dollar Rings

CoinCrafters Dollar Rings
$109+  Buy Comment

CoinCrafters makes beautiful rings out of Morgan dollar coins, which were produced in the late 19th century and early 20th century. The rings are available in polished silver, with a black patina, or colorized red or blue. They’re on sale at Touch of Modern as of this writing.

Spanner Wrench Wrap Ring

Spanner Wrench Wrap Ring
$59  Buy Comment

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.

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Making a Hex Nut Diamond Ring

Making a Hex Nut Diamond Ring

Pablo Cimadevila is known for making beautiful custom made jewelry. A fan challenged him to make a ring out of a nut, and he obliged – with two nuts. Watch him turn the lowly fasteners into a lovely diamond ring in this wonderfully shot video.

Inreng Spinner Rings

Inreng Spinner Rings
$8-$16  Buy Comment

These stainless steel rings are perfect for fidgeters. Each one features smoothly spinning rings laser etched with dice, slot machine symbols, or a variety of other patterns. They’re probably not random enough for gameplay, but they’re still fun.

MecArmy Titanium Tactical Ring

MecArmy Titanium Tactical Ring
$56-$70  Buy Comment

MecArmy’s SK3FT Titanium Tactical Ring has a tungsten steel bezel that can break glass and is ideal for self-defense. It also has a built-in bottle opener at the back. You can also order it with a glow-in-the-dark bar.

Ignite! Glow-in-the-dark Rings

Ignite! Glow-in-the-dark Rings
$35+  Pledge Comment

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.

Making a Superconductor Ring

Making a Superconductor Ring

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.

Chess Set Ring

Chess Set Ring

We don’t know if Joe Turner’s creation is indeed the world’s smallest chess set, but it could be the most portable one. Joe made the ring and all of the tiny chess pieces out of silver, then topped the ring off with a board made from fossil ivory and ebony.

Making an iPhone 8 Ring

Making an iPhone 8 Ring

Patrick Adair loves to make rings out of uncommon or unusual materials. For his latest project, he waited hours to be one of the first to get an iPhone 8. Then he promptly destroyed it to make an accessory that would be at right at home in The Ninth World.

Specdrums Electronic Musical Rings

Specdrums Electronic Musical Rings

Specdrums are electronic rings that let you map notes or sounds to any color around you. You can wear them, put them on sticks, and more. Their app lets you map colors to a variety of instruments as well as your own sounds. You can also use Specdrums with other MIDI apps.

Juan Hidalgo Geeky Wedding Rings

Juan Hidalgo Geeky Wedding Rings
$360+  Buy Comment

Etsy artist Juan Hidalgo uses precious materials like gold, diamond and emerald to make wedding rings inspired by geeky franchises, like this awesome pair based on R2-D2 and C-3PO. They also have Stargate, Transformers, Pokémon and The Legend of Zelda rings.

Feather Pendants Jewelry

Feather Pendants Jewelry
$5-$95  Buy Comment

UK-based Feather Pendants makes affordable rings, pendants and bracelets inspired by streetwear, hip hop and luxury brands. Their Rolex and MF DOOM rings are particularly nice. We’ll skip the guns and emoji though.

Innovo Tritium Jewelry

Innovo Tritium Jewelry
$60+  Buy Comment

Innovo Design creates jewelry and other accessories packing tiny vials of radioactive tritium gas, which makes them glow in low light or darkness without need to be “charged” in daylight. They offer rings, pendants, USB drives, bottle openers, and even a tritium “flashlight.”

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Origin X Titanium Ring

Origin X Titanium Ring
$215  Buy Comment

Richter Scale Rings makes unique jewelry that stands out from the crowd, offering truly masculine designs like this gunmetal grey titanium wedding band. We love the rounded square design, and the tiny holes which keep it lightweight and ventilated.

Making a Folding Ring Knife

Making a Folding Ring Knife

Miller Knives walks us through the painstaking process of transforming a block of brass and a sheet of steel into a ring that has two tiny knife blades that fold out of it. It’s cool to see how making the blades is very similar to a normal knife, only smaller.

Bike Chain Ring

Bike Chain Ring
$52+  Buy Comment

Jewelry designed to mimic the look of a bicycle chain. We’re pretty sure the links don’t move, but it’s still a neat ring for bike fans. Available in a wide variety of metals, each cast from a 3D printed mold. Price depends on size and material chosen.

Ti Hex-Bit Driver Ring

Ti Hex-Bit Driver Ring
$31  Buy Comment

This adjustable titanium band not only looks great, it’s perfect for guys who normally skip jewelry because it’s strictly decorative. That’s because this ring doubles as a driver for any 1/4″ hex bit. The set includes the ring, 4 hex bits, and a keychain bit holder. Limited stock.

Star Wars Jewelry Collection

Star Wars Jewelry Collection
$30-$65  Buy Comment

Whether you’re a supporter of the Light Side or the Dark Side of the Force, we’ve got you covered with our collection of officially-licensed Star Wars accessories. Han Solo’s blaster is our personal fave, but you can’t go wrong with a Stormtrooper ring, or a Darth Vader pendant.

Capital Coin Rings

Capital Coin Rings
$160-$400  Buy Comment

Wonderful rings handcrafted using antique coins from the U.S. Civil War era. Each one is unique and made from 90% silver / 10% copper. Perfect from history buffs, coin collectors, or anyone who appreciates fine craftwork. Available in men’s and women’s sizes.

Staghead Designs Rings

Staghead Designs Rings
$200-$1100+  Buy Comment

Staghead creates jewelry that melds natural materials with precious metals. Each handmade ring is created using locally-reclaimed or ethically collected exotic hardwoods, set into silver, gold, or titanium. Elk antler, jade, turquoise, and copper are also available.

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Skulls and Bullets Ring

Skulls and Bullets Ring
$34  Buy Comment

This stainless steel skulls and bullets ring is the perfect way to win friends and influence people. Or at least show your unwavering support and enthusaism for Mad Max: Fury Road. Either way, it’s cool, because you know, skulls and bullets.

NBA 2014-15 Ring Concepts

NBA 2014-15 Ring Concepts

The NBA hypes up the playoffs by releasing mockups of the 2014-2015 championship ring for each of the 16 playoff teams. The Hawks and Bulls rings are style co-champs. And how depressing is it that the Nets are in while OKC are not?

Handmade Coin Rings

Handmade Coin Rings

The Coin Jewelry Company transforms vintage American currency into unique rings, some of them made from 90% silver or more. The Morgan Silver Dollar is especially sweet. You can find many coin rings from other artists on Etsy too.

Mister Rings

Mister Rings
$28-$68  Buy Comment

If you’re looking for cool yet affordable stocking stuffers, check out Mister. The accessory shop makes rings in a variety of designs, often available in black, raw steel and gold finish. Some of the rings can also be engraved.

Active Wedding Rings

Active Wedding Rings
$825+  Buy Comment

McWhinney Designs‘ Active Wedding Rings have hinged opening mechanisms. They’re easier to remove than ordinary rings and let you get a ring with a more snug fit. The rings are made of titanium and come in a variety of designs.

Fingerprint Ring

Fingerprint Ring
$200-$4,600  Buy Comment

Etsy shop Adzias Jewelry Atelier can add a fingerprint of your choice to their rings and wedding bands. The rings come in a variety of designs and metals. You can also add other engravings such as text, numbers or signatures.

Titanium Escape Ring

Titanium Escape Ring
$80  Buy Comment

The titanium escape ring comes with a 2-in-1 handcuff shim and saw that’ll help you get out of handcuffs, zip ties, tape and rope.  The tool is thin and flexible enough to fit in the ring’s interior.

The Man Ring

The Man Ring
$385  Buy Comment

A wearable Swiss army knife. The Man Ring is made of titanium and comes with five (tiny) tools: a bottle opener, a straight blade, a serrated blade, a saw and a comb for your glorious mustache.

Manga Sound FX Rings

Manga Sound FX Rings
~$90-$275  Buy Comment

You’ll have to find a way to order them from Japan, but RGB Laboratory’s bold rings based on the chunky sound effect characters from manga are well worth the effort.

Dice Rings

Dice Rings

Invented by CritSuccess, Dice Rings emulate traditional dice via a free spinning outer ring with randomly arranged numbers. Other designs include pips, yes/no and playing card suits/ranks.

LotR One Ring Replica

LotR One Ring Replica
$100  Buy Comment

Made by WETA using the designs of Jens Hansen, the ringmaker who made the One Ring movie prop for The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The ring is made of 18K gold-plated tungsten carbide.

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