Wood Laser-Cut Coasters

August 4, 2008

‘Sarah Finn brings her architectural sensibility and woodworkers skills to the humble coaster, playing with flowers and patterns to create this coaster set. Laser cut and stained, these dark chunks of ornamented wood provide a base for the libation of your choice. Sturdy (even though they look delicate), and wipeable. Set of 8 (two of each design).’

Wood Laser-Cut Coasters

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Bentwood Rings

July 25, 2008

Rings by Bentwood are available in benge and zebrano. They are made with reclaimed architectural veneer.

Fetty Braille Jewelry

May 8, 2008

Fetty’s newest high-end line of jewelry is diamond braille rings, necklaces, earrings ID bracelets and bangles set in polished and oxidized sterling silver. The diamonds are set in the formation of Standard American Braille to spell out words such as:

I Love You
Yes
Forever
Try
Mine
Maybe
Tomorrow
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Fetty Braille Jewelry

2ReVert

March 5, 2008

I don’t wear much jewelry but I still love a good unusual piece. 2ReVert makes one of a kind jewelry pieces out of 100% post-consumer recycled skateboards (aka: old, used, broken skateboards). Skateboards are made of 7 plys of maple wood, some plys are natural and some are coloured.

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2ReVert

Jewelry Holder

March 5, 2008

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This jewelry holder by David Tinsdale is a sculptured slice of full-lead crystal and has a special spot for your rings, necklaces, and earrings.

Nambe  $75.00

Fragrant Soap Rings

February 27, 2008

After washing your hands with the soap ring, the ring disappears becoming a scent. The jewellery leaves a fragrance silmilar to a drop of perfume.

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Candy-Glam Rings

February 18, 2008

So these remind me of when I was younger and would get those lollypop rings….only these I may not want to eat. While their not exactly my fashion taste they would make a hell of a conversation starter!

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http://www.escriba.es/candyglamrings/index2.html

Subtle Safety™ Ring

February 6, 2008

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I love this ring….and the fact that you can potentially use it to beat the hell out of a potential attacker makes it all the more attractive!

http://www.redstartdesign.com/SubtleSafety.html