You know Tiffany & Co? They’re the ones that make all the expensive jewelry and accessories for rich people. I’m pretty sure that you and I aren’t even allowed to utter their name aloud unless our bank account hits a certain threshold.
I’ve yet to see the Blade Runner 2049, but everyone is saying it’s a pretty incredible movie. Given the fact that the original Blade Runner is one of my favorite films of all time (despite its flaws), I can’t want to see how Denis Villenueve’s long-awaited sequel turned out.
Fans of the original Blade Runner know that Gaff (Edward James Olmos) liked to make little origami animals, most significantly, the unicorn that is representative of Rick Deckard’s mysterious past.
This awesome Space Invaders ring puts the 8-bit aliens around one of your fingers. Hopefully not your button mashing trigger finger, because you know they will try to stop you from shooting their friends.
This NES controller ring is perfect for gamers who want to carry a piece of the classic Nintendo console with them. It has a classic brick background plus the A and B buttons each have tiny natural rubies set into them.
…or do wear it. I don’t know anymore. Ubisoft’s take on assassins morphed from a dude who was at least trying to be discreet to death-dealing mob lords and empire-building pirate captains. So a large ring marked with the Assassins’ symbol – why do they even have a symbol anyway?
Here’s one of the latest offerings from one of our favorite geeky jewelers, Paul Michael Bierker. It’s a ring that looks just like Wonder Woman’s tiara. It has five custom cut rubies and can be made from sterling silver, gold, palladium or platinum alloy.
Jewelry designer Paul Bierker of Paul Michael Jewelry is a busy man. When he’s not designing Boba Fett, Zelda Tri-Force or R2-D2 rings, he’s making pendants that look like Han Solo frozen in carbonite.
This pendant is handmade from sterling silver, and features our favorite scruffy-looking nerf-herder, frozen peacefully in semi-eternal sleep.
Let’s face it. No matter how many times you fire your laser cannon, you’re never getting rid of all of those Space Invaders. Heck, they’ve been around for 35 years, so don’t count on them going anywhere any time soon.
Did you watch the Doctor Who Christmas special this week? Good stuff. And now that you are in the mood to watch more of the good Doctor – but have to wait – check out this piece of jewelry made by Josephine Ryan.
A while back I came across some cool Portal-inspired earrings, but they weren’t exactly the kind of thing you could wear out to a nice dinner. These, on the other hand, would look lovely no matter what the occasion.
These handmade sterling silver Portal earrings from jewelry artist Melissa Hamming show the familiar test subject symbol dude going in one of your ears and out the other.
Marriage. The Final Frontier. These are the voyages of holy matrimony. Are you a Trekkie who wants to get engaged to another Trekkie (or Trekker?) It takes more then just treating her like a helmsman and saying “Engage.”
Looking to accessorize with a bracelet that’s not loaded with hearts and cute little charms like hearts and shiny gems? Then look no further than this charm bracelet, bedecked with tiny little weapons.
Retro game fans will love the style of this sterling silver Space Invader ring. It has class. You could easily give this to your geeky significant other and feel good about it. And you will have them forever.
Any fan of Monty Python’s Holy Grail will fondly remember the classic trojan rabbit scene. You know, the one where the knights decide to sneak inside the French castle by offering them a gift of a giant wooden rabbit – but forgetting to get inside.