New London Ring, Leaning Tower of Pisa Ring & French Kiss Rings by Tournaire.

New Philippe Tournaire Rings

This is my third post on the Dream House Rings (Villa de Reve) and Bijoux Architecture collection by jeweller Philippe Tournaire. I simply can’t get enough of these remarkable examples of craftsmanship and jewelry design. Since my last post, he has added the following London Ring and Leaning Tower of Pisa Ring to his impressive collection of rings that feature the architecture of cities all over the world. Read more

Rings That Rock and Roll. Kinetic Jewelry By Michael Berger.

Kinetic Jewelry By Michael Bergerabove: Stainless Steel kinetic ring with 14 brilliant cut diamonds

Most kinetic (moving) jewelry is downright ugly. But these modern rings by Michael Berger are definitely an exception. Geometric shapes in brushed and polished golds or stainless steel, some set with fine gems, diamonds or Tahitian Pearls, sit upon the finger like little moving sculptures. I love how the shanks are all unusually shaped as well. Read more

New Architectural Rings From Philippe Tournaire – Archipolis, Paris, Moscow, New York & More.

philippe tournaire architectural rings if its hip its here

One of my favorite posts of all time was the one in which I featured the amazing Villa de Reve Collection (dreamhouse rings) by jeweller Philippe Tournaire. The miniature custom hand crafted replicas of personal residences, mansions and villas in rose, yellow, white gold and platinum, some accented with gemstones are still on my “If-I-Ever-Win-The-Lottery” list. Read more

Another Round Of Look What I Found; More Unique Products From All Over The World

Look what I found! a round up of cool products on if it's hip, it's here

Time for another round of Look What I Found. Unusual and interestingly designed items from all over the world. Read more

Wear Your Dream House On Your Finger. The Villa de Reve Collection from Philippe Tournaire.

villa de reve collection by philippe tournaire

Inspired by the first known architectural rings discovered during the Merovingian age (500 to 752 AD), French jeweler Philippe Tournaire has created a collection of mini architectural bejeweled and gold wearable masterpieces in the form of rings and cufflinks. Read more