Some pretty amazing skull jewellery from Stephen Einhorn with an array of choices for men and women. There are options to purchase the rings as different kinds of metal like Rose Gold and Platinum which I thought was a nice option to have. Added to the fact that you can also customise the stone that is set into the design (if there is one there in the first place of course). Their product shots are brilliant and they have some items in ‘Heartbreak’ packaging which you break open creating small shards of broken heart.
Oh yeah they also have a gothic skull egg cup! (last image). Visit online store by following this link.
This sterling silver skull ring may not be for sale at the moment but it’s still great. Looks like it’s gnawing the finger when worn!
Originally found on Shapeways and designed by Braddock. Shapeways is a 3D printing marketplace and good to check out as there some some real cool shit.
These lovely skull rings are creations from wonderfully named Rogue and Wolf on Etsy. They have such a nice ‘About’ section that is more like a short and curious dark tale.
You can check out their online store here.
Originally found on FAB
Inviso Mihi are a South African company selling and creating hand crafted jewelry and ceramics with a fair amount featuring skulls. Unfortunately they don’t deliver outside of South Africa but at least you can still check them out here.
There are some other great designs like T-Rex and Triceratops but the images are too small to add here so be sure to check them out on their online store.
One my favourite websites to check out carved skulls has got to be Skullis. There are simply hundreds of designs. Today we bring you a selection of designs chosen from their collection of skull rings (they have 406)
This sublime skull bead necklace is by Vivienne Westwood, one of the most successful UK-based designers. Each skull is carved from resin and decorated in an array of pastel colours – there are nine skulls in total. The skull necklace retails for £130 and is available to buy from here online store.
What better way to start the year than by donning a skull ring. Ok wait there are a few other things that are better. This black crowned skull ring with rhinestones can be bought from No Fashion Way (get it?) for a total of €9.
This nautical-themed signet skull ring is the result of a collaboration between Derek Nobbs, an American-born artist, and Rust & Regret, an accessories label based in Melbourne. This sterling silver ring is a limited edition of 40 and are going on sale on the 31st of January 2013, and will retail for AUS $350.
We’ve featured Derek Nobbs’ nautical-themed skull illustrations here before.
I found one of these skull rings on Tumblr and I thought I wouldn’t have been able to find the source. These beautiful skull rings are made from pure silver and available at The Great Frog London and they start from around £135 .
Curious Dancing Skull Ring by Joji Kojima is a handmade ring that he will start making once the order has been placed and will be take about 2 months to finish. Each Dancing Skull is created from resin and brass and leaves you $3000 out of pocket. One of his clients include Lady Gaga.