Ben Kokes’ fiancée will never lose a game of hide-and-seek again, because he proposed to her with a magic science ring that lights up whenever he’s near.
The San Francisco engineer proposed to his fiancée earlier this month, with the amazing ring he’d been working on since January. He also made a wearable device that contains an alternating magnetic field, which makes the ring light up when they’re in close proximity. It was a bit bulky, he said, but he managed to hide it under his jacket for the proposal.
The titanium ring is wrapped with white and blue gemstones, and even without the super-science light effect it would be a beautiful ring on its own. Kokes chronicled the design and development of the ring on his website.
"Doing things in the most complicated way possible is just what he does to show the love," her fiancé says. (via This Woman’s Amazing Engagement Ring Lights Up When Her Fiance Is Near)
a nose ring for Xaro Xhoan Daxos
Brooch about 1945 Margaret Craver, American, 1907–2010 (via Brooch | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston)
Inventory: Necklaces #2
Shell collar necklace. Inspired by Tanel Veenre’s lovely collars. Should have used a bigger clasp—this is heavy!