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The Seven Deadly Rings

by Hazel Chua
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If the Seven Deadly Sins were somehow transformed into rings, then these would be them. Presenting Stephen Webster’s collection of rings that are so sinfully bad that they’re good:

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A description of the rings:

Envy is, of course, a representation of the green eyed monster lurking under a lush green peridot while for Pride a purple tanzanite is surrounded by a ruff of peacock feathers. Gluttony are wide-open cherry red bejewelled lips with glossy white teeth just waiting to chomp up anything edible. Wrath shows a woman’s hands clutching a chalice of poison.

Greed looks like a pile of gold coins topped with diamonds, while Sloth features an aquamarine set lazily in a plush red cushion. Lastly, Lust is a tangle of arms and legs surrounding a gorgeous, deep blue stone.

They’re extremely limited too, since only seven of each of the seven Deadly Sins rings will be made. Which sin is your favorite?

[via Habin Design via Neatorama]




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