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Thing That Might Have to Exist

The TARDIS Ring: Yes, I Vow to Spend Eternity Traveling Through Time and Space With You

Well, I don’t know about you guys, but if this sparkly token was presented to me followed by or immediately preceding a marriage proposal, you can color me convinced. Even if it was presented by a Cyberman. Okay, maybe not. Created by Tumblr user Pathetic Paripatetic, this TARDIS ring features a “tension set 1CT Princess Cut center stone.” Click through for more details.

From the creator:

The three round stones is the Police Box sign, the two sets of four baguettes symbolize the windows, and a small princess cut below that to symbolize the instructions found on the front of the Police Box.

Obviously, this is just a digital rendering. But this would be huge for the geek wedding industry, or even just geeks who loves shiny things, so we’re going to hope this thing becomes real. For a rotating, sparkly view, visit the original post.

(via The Official Doctor Who Tumblr)

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  • Robin Burks

    I would pretty much marry any guy that gave this to me.

  • Francesca M

    A guy who gave that to me, I’d know he completely understood who I am.

  • Anonymous

    This is *exactly* what I mean when I rant about a lack of “geeky” jewelry that is PRETTY.  So many “trinkets” out there, which are GREAT, but not something that makes you feel glamorous and beautiful.  While I’m not a metal caster, and can’t make *this* type of ring, it does capture the idea and motivation behind my upcoming jewelry line.

  • Kooz

    This is pretty awesome–if I weren’t married, this is the ring I’d get my fiance!

  • Trevor Whitaker

    What, no Tardis blue sapphires?

  • kimmbot

    I’m legitimately upset that I can’t purchase this.

  • A. M.

    That’s my engagement ring! Well, minus the sidestones, plus a palladium mokume inlay, and with an oval sapphire for the center. You can’t inlay stones like that into titanium, it just won’t work, and you have to use titanium for this style of ring as it’s the only thing that can apply enough tension.

  • Emily Hill

    lol my guy have to dress as my doctor the tenth doctor when proposing to me XD

  • Paul Bradford

    I actually bought this for my wife already, we were married a few years ago BUT I wasnt in a position to get her a proper ring…


  • Anonymous

    You can though…. 

  • Anonymous

    It exists. I’ve got a friend who has one on her finger.. 

  • Emma Robinson

    nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! i need this!

  • Emma Robinson

    nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo! i need this!