Miniature landscapes trapped in handcrafted rings

May 09, 2016

Canadian jewellery guru Secret Wood crafts rings from wood, resin and beeswax that feature incredible landscapes of teeny weeny proportions. If you've ever wanted to sport a snow dome on your finger, then these are the next best equivalent. 
Yellowstone Forest captures the fiery combination of autumnal trees and foliage. Each ring takes 5-6 weeks in production. 
They certainly facilitate a great virtual escape to a landscape many miles outside the four walls of your home or office.



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