Unique gifts can be hard to find and if you want to get something truly special, you often have to go down the custom route. But why bother with engraving your partner's name on a mug, or stencilling your face on the arse of their pants, when you could record your voice and have it encoded into an 18-karat gold ring?
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A plastic Star Wars BB-8 toy? Gosh no, that's for the commoners! If you're serious about your paraphernalia sourced from a galaxy far away, then the only item that will satisfy your lofty demands is this incredibly shiny 18-carat gold BB-8, studded with 860 diamonds.
If you think shopping online for clothing was difficult, imagine spending thousands of dollars on a diamond engagement ring without trying it on first. That's why Brilliance.com, an online jewellery retailer, has started letting customers print their own 3D mockups to try on at home.
Have you ever wanted to wave your hand to unlock a door or transfer your contact information by simply touching a phone? How about keeping all of your top secret passwords at arm's length, literally? Well, with this Kickstarter-funded near field communication-enabled ring, all that could soon be possible.
If you've ever stopped and wondered why you obsessively check in to Foursquare wherever you go, Rachel Binx and Sha Hwang have the answer. They've come up with a unique jewellery line that lets Foursquare users create custom geometrical designs based on where they've been.
Any random person on the street could easily spot Shelter Serra's silicone Rolex watches as being obvious knock-offs. But that's exactly their point. They're cool because they're so obviously fake — not only lacking the famous sweeping second hand, but any branded markings whatsoever.
If you've recently made a particularly profitable stock investment and want to show it off, Paul Kweton has created a line of jewellery that turns a boring stock performance chart into fashionable wrist adornments.