The curves on this make it a fascinating ring and beautiful piece.
The swoops and swirls combine to form a unique ring, that is suitable for a man or a woman.
This unique ring can be worn as it is or set with gemstones. Originally designed to be a family ring.
Monkey Skull Ring
This piece is shown in sterling silver and has a nice solid weight and feel to it.
This ring would make a lovely promise ring or anniversary ring with the 'Two' theme.
Flower Power Ring
I chose one of my best pink tourmalines to make this ring a tribute to hippies, flower power, and... like, peace man
I love this ring and will be sad to see it go. It was inspired by a dream I had of volcanoes on a tropical island.
Life and Death Ring
The sides of the ring front are two representations of the Green man, who represents nature and life. And the centre has the figure of a scary skull, which represents the afterlife and death.
Industrial Texture Ring
The square-ish top keeps the ring from spinning on the finger and allows it to sit fairly high without catching on things.
This is a strong textured industrial ring and because it had such a stong I wanted to give a strong name to match the feel.
It is definitely one of those rings where no one else in the room will have one like it.
Orc Ring (with two marquis cut Garnets)
This ring will make a perfect gift for Goths, gamers, and those who love fantasy such as Lord of the Rings. His eyes glow deep red with two beautiful 3.0 mm marquise cut garnets.
The original design came about when I decided I fancied a set of vertebrae slave rings on a pair of reptilian steel bracers.
Heartbreak Hotel Ring
It's beautiful. It's unique. And everyone who notices it will know just how you feel.
Carnival Ring (with Rhodochrosite)
This piece is shown with a Rhodochrosite in a sterling setting. I think the carved lines in the piece running from to back and top to bottom, make this piece very unique, indeed.
It is striking, huge ring which would probably suit a man simply because of its volume. The name Goran is Serbian, meaning 'mountain man'.
Regardless on its meaning the ring turned out to be one of my recent favorites and I very pleased with the result.
Druid Oak Ring
I love the texture of this piece and I really made the pattern to explore the amount of texture I could impart in it.The texture has very close resemblence to the bark of the Oak Tree.
This ring was inspired by the image of Poseidon's trident.