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These Rings Are Windows to Another World

by Conner Flynn
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These awesome rings remind me of Doctor Who’s TARDIS. They are bigger on the inside. In fact, they contain whole worlds within. These charming and clever rings are the work of Theo Fennell, a master jeweler from the UK. He has a big imagination and a really small canvas.

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Theo has designed a variety of rings that are actually tiny dioramas. The doors on these rings flip open on hinges, showing inner landscapes and characters that extend off into the distance. One look at his work will tell you that he takes inspiration from classic stories like The Wizard of Oz. These rings are truly magical. Simple as that. They make you feel like a child again.

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The rings themselves are also gorgeous and beautifully designed. Even without those windows to other worlds these are true artist pieces. I love this kind of stuff.

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