These whimsical little wooden rings, designed by Clive Roddy, are the cutest way to carry the world in (or, rather, on) your hand. The laser-cut birch rings are lovingly hand-painted to look like tiny landscapes on your fingers.
Each type of ring – house, tree, and mountain – come in sets of three. Wearing them all at once creates a sense of depth, as if you’re looking at a village or a nature scene from far away.
“Adorn your knuckles with a thoughtfully designed miniature wooden landscape. Each tiny landscape set is comprised of 3x laser-cut high quality birch plywood rings. Each ring is a slightly different size and position giving an illusion of depth. The rings are available in 3 styles, Houses, Trees and Mountains. Each one is carefully hand painted with a durable enamel finish before being wrapped in its own uniquely designed protective packaging. The ring sets are designed to be fully interchangeable with each other. Combine the different sets for almost endless combinations.”
Wearing one of each creates a quirky little pastoral scene on your finger: mountains in the background, trees in the middle ground, and a house in the foreground. It looks just like the kind of place we’d love to escape to one day. You can find them on Etsy for $24 a set.
“Clive Roddy is a designer and maker based in a small rural town near Bath, UK. He has a genuine love for products and has been relentlessly designing and making things for over a decade. Clive’s overwhelming compulsion to create new products has led him to focus the majority of his spare time on design projects. He is most likely to be found tinkering away in his studio or workshop, where he is happiest!”
“He believes in developing simple ideas into remarkable designs that capture a sense of fun and originality. He prides himself on attention to detail and outstanding customer service, whilst aspiring to produce the perfect balance of unique yet desirable products, exquisitely made from the highest quality materials. Clive joined Etsy in 2012 and has now sold his products all over the world (he is still flabbergasted by this!)”