Cityscape Rings

Cityscape Rings

cityscape-rings

Once I had realised what I was actually looking at, I couldn’t get enough of these rings. It is such a clever idea to take the landmark buildings of a city skyline and wrap them in miniature around your finger.

I spotted London and Hong Kong, had to take a guess at a couple of others, but snapped up a small collection as cool and quirky gifts.

They are Korean made, from AccessoryHolic in Seoul, and I just know they are going to be a big success. They cost  just under 10,000 won a pop, which isn’t necessarily cheap, but what price ingenuity and imagination?


Bonsai Jewellery

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They aren’t real, which is probably just as well. But could one of these distinctly unusual items of jewellery be a perfect gift for the bonsai enthusiast in your life? I saw them in Isetan department store in Shinjuku, Tokyo, and was very amused. The bracelet was priced at ¥12,000, the rings were a snip at only ¥5,400, although how you might get through an evening without knocking half the branches off I can not imagine…


Reversible Rings

Category : Fashion

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These are such a clever idea I found them irresistible – rings which you can turn around to give an entirely different design. They are made by Korean jewellery company RedEye and there is a large selection in both gold and silver colours of which I liked these 3 best. The 2 photos show the same 3 rings from both sides. I thought they would be particularly good for your traveling jewellery stash, giving you twice the options for the same space. They come in one size, which only just fits the little finger on my larger than Asian sized hands, but they are cute, cheap at S$11.50 and ideal for brightening up an outfit without worrying about losing an expensive or treasured piece.double ring


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