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An Engagement Ring Fit For A Kick-Ass Space Princess

May The Force Be With You

Victoria, aka ScruffyRebel, from Syfy's Heroes of Cosplay got a fantastic moment captured on film during the finale. Her boyfriend Jinyo proposed while in Star Wars cosplay, with a Leia-inspired ring, and with an assist from the one and only Peter Mayhew. Just one thing, Victoria was wearing a Star Trek uniform. Awkward! Not really, but I had to say it. Because of the show, they couple had to keep the news under wraps for six months. I can't even imagine. The ring was created by Paul Michael Design, who you may remember from their past geek-related work on the Adventure Time and R2-D2 engagement rings. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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This Custom Adventure Time Engagement Ring Should Technically Fit Anyone’s Finger

Oh Mah Glob Guys

Because it's Jake. Comic creator Josh Adams (Doctor Who ongoing, Batman Odyssey) saw Paul Bierker's R2-D2 ring we posted on The Mary Sue a while back and decided he needed to propose to his girlfriend Saori with an equally geeky engagement ring. Adams contacted Bierker with his idea - Jake taking the shape of a ring - and he made it a reality. We're very happy to know we were at least in some way responsible for this happening. Hit the jump to see the finished product on Saori's finger.

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It’s Dangerous To Go Alone! Take This Zelda Wedding Ring!

Hey! Listen!

Serious Zelda fans can get married in the spirit of their favorite game with these Legend of Zelda wedding rings from Takaya's Custom Jewelry! Go under the cut for more pictures, alternate wedding bands, and general nerdy jewelry eye candy.

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You’re Going To Want These Swanky Star Wars Rings Even If You Aren’t Getting Married

May The Force Be With You

These rings are a thing of beauty. Etsy seller SwankMetalsmithing, aka Chelsea Swank, has been aprenticing with her father for over a year. They use a Computer Aided Design process to create the intricate designs you see here. According to her profile they "use recycled metals and we strictly deal in conflict free/fair trade stones." But what makes Swank's work so exciting is much of it is based in the Star Wars universe. Check out the designs that would not be out of place in a wedding ceremony but would work for anyone looking to make a geeky fashion statement. If you're willing to pay the price. The Star Wars rings start around $325 but can reach over $1,000. (SwankMetalsmithing via Fashionably Geek)

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R2-D2 Engagement Ring Is So Beep-Boop Cool!

Romance

Joe and Emily met at a tattoo parlor a few years ago and their love story has culminated in a Star Wars engagement ring. Nothing could make us happier. Joe teamed with Paul Bieker of Paul Michael Design to come up with the perfect ring for his lady. Click through our gallery to see the project go from concept to the actual popping of the question, which, if you were wondering, happened on Halloween (hence the costumes). And then watch the video to see the proposal in real time. (Custom Made via io9)

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From the People Who Brought You Portal Personality Sphere Jewelry: Mass Effect Rings

Not all that glitters is gold

Look familiar, Mass Effect fans?

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Star Trek, Doctor Who, & A Space Shuttle On One Fantastic Sci-Fi Ring

DO WANT

This is a wonderful mash-up relevant to my interests! Harpuahound from the online community Engraver’s Cafe, created a unique science and science fiction-minded ring on request. Hit the jump to check out the side views! 

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Portal Rings: Hopefully the Wedding Cake Won’t Be a Lie

Romance

We've featured rings inspired by Portal before, but these are probably appropriate for a more special occasion. Created by Etsy seller 17thbit, they are 8 mm wide and come in sterling silver. One version reads "You Have the Portal to My Heart," the other features the companion cube. So obviously, they don't have to be wedding rings, but they sure could be. If that's your thing, you lovey-dovey gamers, you. More views of the rings after the jump.

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If GLaDOS Had A Body, She’d Probably Wear These Portal Rings

Almost Totally Excellent

On the list of "things I need that I never knew I needed," Portal rings are now sitting at the top. Designer Chris Myles has created a series of nifty rings in the image of GLaDOS and her personality cores. Cake, and grief counseling, will be available at the conclusion of this post. 

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A Simple Wedding Band for a More Civilized Age

For A More Civilized Age

When we last saw Homer Liwag, he was making some very bold moves. Moves like giving your girlfriend a ring box with a tiny bag of sand in it, and telling her that Indiana Jones got there first, in order to stall for time as you designed and commissioned a beautiful Indiana Jones inspired engagement ring. The results of that gambit were something we were happy to post back in January. But, generally, the engagement ring isn't the last ring that's involved in the whole getting married process, and so recently Homerliwag shared with us a link to his latest creation: a Star Wars themed wedding band that's a little bit lightsaber, and a little bit Vader's chestplate.

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

Thing That Might Have to Exist

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.

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This Is What A Transformers Engagement Ring Looks Like

And I'll Form the Head!

You've seen an Indiana Jones inspired engagement ring. Are you ready to see what a Transformers engagement ring looks like?

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Circuit Board Jewelry For the Green and Technical

Not all that glitters is gold

Recycled jewelry is the best. Finding beauty in discarded junk, then making it wearable, then getting to explain what it is ... that's awesome. And if your PC was the bane of your existence, then this is kind of like killing it and wearing its wretched pelt, only without the cruelty. Unless you think your computer has feelings. Click through for more of Yuma Fujimaki's circuit board offerings.

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