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Glass-Domed Terrarium Rings Put Tiny Worlds on Your Fingers

by Hazel Chua
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I love how terrariums manage to capture an entire little world – or at least its essence – in such a tiny amount of space. Paris-based artist HoKiou managed to make me love them just a little bit more by turning them into jewelry.

In keeping with the times, HoKiou’s terrarium rings feature themed-designs and environments that are fit for the season. Several rings sport creepy little polymer clay miniatures inside the dome that are perfect for Halloween, while others are bright, white, and cheery for Christmas – or any time of year.

Check out the rest of the terrarium ring designs in the gallery below.

Each of the rings retail for $69(USD) and are available for purchase on at HoKiou’s Etsy shop. (Though they’re currently sold out.)

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