I don't wear a lot of jewelry, and if I do, I almost never post about it. That said, I've been switching rather regularly through these pieces the past couple of months, so I thought I'd share!
First up, my Single Crochet Leather Ring from Dylanium Knits. Dylan Uscher is a Toronto knit designer who has worked with several fashion elite in Canada. I went to a bazaar where he was doing a rare sale of his pieces, and managed to snag one of these. These come in several sizes and widths -- it's recommended that you buy one that feels snug, as they'll loosen with some wear. He also makes studded and wool versions! It gives my uniform (a white button down, jeans and Keds) the slight bit of edge that it needs to keep from looking too boring. Every time I wear it, someone asks me about it.
My puppy ring garners just as many oohs and aahs as my leather ring. It's made of a heavy bronze (not good for when you need to write or type for an extended period of time), but the weight is oddly satisfying. Tod has the Golden Retriever version, which has fur etched all over it. Careful though, these rings are really big! They don't look that big on Tod or me because we're tall and have giant man-hands. This I ordered online from Nove25.
This ring was a gift from a friend. He said he found it on a beach in Caesarea when he was a kid and had kept it ever since. I was extraordinarily touched when he gave it to me for my most recent birthday. It's a smooth, matte, turquoise stone in a gold-toned setting. Due to its proportion, I'm pretty sure it was made for a child, but it fits perfectly onto my pinky for days I want to wear something but nothing. Does that make sense? I love a delicate pinky ring, it feels so lady-like without being over-the-top. One of my favourite pieces I've ever received.
My rings live in a tiny, little bathtub from Umbra. Tod got it in Vancouver last year and it is the most organized part of my jewelry collection, floating in a sea of tangled necklaces, bangles and chandelier earrings.