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Pony and Brony Wedding Rings: Jewelry is Magic

by Conner Flynn

Ponies and Bronies getting married? I guess it does happen. Friendship is magic after all, and can lead to marriage if you find the right pony. These rings were made by Jason, a metalsmith who makes My Little Pony-themed jewelry and sells it over on Etsy. pony ringszoom in

He made these rings for Samantha J. Stroh and her fiance. Jason designed the rings with 3Design CAD/CAM software and formed them with a milling machine. The woman’s ring has the cutie mark of Princess Cadence and the men’s ring has a cutie mark of Shining Armor. If you are a fan, you will know that those ponies were married in the episode “A Canterlot Wedding.”

You learn something new everyday. In fact, my manliness is leveling down as I write this.


[via Neatorama]


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Comments (1):

  1. John Farrier says:

    You mean leveling up! Watch MLP and feel the testosterone surge.

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