Wearing Words From The Heart. The Love Letter Ring by One Origin.

Here’s a very romantic piece of jewelry. One Origin jewelry will take your wedding vows, love letters or any words from the heart and bind them together in a custom ring that can be worn upon your finger.

The I(Thou) Ring is perfect for celebrating special occasions such as Valentine’s Day or your first year anniversary, for which the tradition just happens to be ‘paper.’

The ring is a simple silhouette crafted of sterling silver designed to hold the folded love letter Once you have placed your order you will be contacted within 24 hours with detailed instructions on how to submit the text that you would like to be printed out and inserted into the ring.

For obvious reasons, take it off when washing your hands, showering, bathing or swimming.

Price $200.
Order it here. 

Thanks to General Valentine for bringing this to my attention via materialicious

Jewelry The Cat Coughed Up. Feline Furball Necklaces, Earrings and Rings.

Hairball Jewelry

Okay, so it hasn’t actually been digested by a cat, but the custom Hairball jewelry by Moderncat blogger and jewelry designer Heidi Abrahamson, is actually made from the fur of a feline. Read more

Mia van Beek Turns Your Kid’s Art Into Actual Jewelry, Keychains & Bookmarks.

Formia Design Custom Jewelry

Mia van Beek of Formia Design custom jewelry has come up with a way to turn your children’s art into fabulous everlasting mementos in the form of pendants, charm bracelets, earrings, brooches, keychains, bookmarks and more. Read more

Real Road Kill Bracelets by Metalsmith, Jeweler and Taxidermist Lucy Jenkins.

One of the best uses of Road Kill I’ve ever seen. These unusual and surprisingly attractive bracelets were made by award-winning metalsmith/jeweler/taxidermist Lucy Jenkins.

The gold-plated and sterling silver Road Kill Fur bangles are lined with fur sourced from actual Road kill and engraved with the Latin name of the animal and the road from which it was sourced. The Road Kill Range attempts to create a new way of wearing ethical fur for aesthetic purposes.

Oryctolagus Cuniculus (rabbit), found on the A3052 – Gold Plate, Road Kill Rabbit Fur:

“NO ANIMALS WERE KILLED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THESE PIECES” is actually printed on the lid of the presentation box for the bracelets.

Lupus Americanus (hare), found on the B3212 – Gold Plate, Road Kill Hare Fur:

The above two bracelets were available for purchase at Luna and Curious but have been sold out.

Other bracelets from the range (no longer available):
Oryctolagus Cuniculus B3180 – Solid Silver, Road Kill Rabbit Fur:

images courtesy of the artist and Luna and Curious

Lucy Jenkins