Innovative trends in ring design

Following on from a look at innovative earrings, LJS tutor Anna Campbell looks at some of the trends in ring design

Ring design has come a long way from the traditional stone set piece. There are a few interesting trends that are here to stay

Illusion rings

I love the illusion ring, a clever design that leaves you wondering how it’s done.

illusion rings

This gold chevron ring by Katia V on Etsy is one ring rather than two. The way it is made ensures the two chevrons maintain their distance apart on the finger


illusion rings

This X ring by Happy Way Jewelry has a similar look



illusion rings

WD Unique Designs has a lovely range of these types of illusion rings including this one


illusion rings

This ring by Raphael Steinbach features another trend in illusion rings, showing a lot of skin through the front of the ring


Unusual shapes

There is also a trend for more unusual shapes in rings, playing on the traditional and turning it on it’s head.


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Resin and metal ring by Vania Ruiz


innovative rings

This Pear point ring by Paul Bierker features an unusual stone setting seen from the side rather than the top


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I love this ringI love this ring for it’s innovative interplay between the hammered silver and the wire, by Pedro Iglesias


Knuckle rings

There is also a trend that’s been around for a few seasons of wearing a ring halfway up the finger instead of past the knuckle. The style of these tends to be quite simple



knuckle ring

These dainty knuckle rings are by Lime Lace


knuckle rings

These are from LLI wireworks


knuckle rings

Haven’t had time to redo your nail polish? No problem, you can get knuckle rings with nails like this from Yiwu products

Have you made any unusual rings? We’d love to see your take on these trends so please share pictures of your work with us on our facebook page or on twitter.

Anna Campbell is a tutor at the London Jewellery School and runs her own jewellery business Campbell Hall Designs. She sells online from her website and at the Things British shop in Greenwich, London.


One Comment

  1. Posted September 1, 2015 at 7:15 pm | Permalink | Reply

    Wow, these are pretty amazing! I am going to forward this link to a friend that owns a Jewelry Store in my town! I love all of these!

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