SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileWhile some couples still opt for a traditional engagement ring, a few people are popping the question to their partners with unusual and custom made rings.Tumblr user Gino Arizmendi designed a ring styled after the British sci fi show Doctor Who’s TARDIS, a time machine and spacecraft, and shared it on his blog.”I was bored and made this,” Arizmendi wrote in the post.The three round stones signify the Police Box sign, the two sets of four rectangular diamonds simulate windows and a princess cut below represents the instructions found on the front of the Police Box, he said.Gino Arizmendi designed a ring styled after TARDIS from Doctor Who. (Tumblr)The official Doctor Who Tumblr reblogged the homage paying ring, which has since received nearly 14,000 notes on the blogging website.And, should a partner be desperate for such a ring, Arizmendi said he’s got some to sell.A ring like the original will cost about $9,950, cast in 14 karat gold with a one carat princess cut diamond. The cheapest design made in sterling silver and set with cubic zirconia, a synthetic material that is visually comparable to the diamond, will cost about $380.It will also be available with blue sapphire stones.Arizmendi said he is working on designing a matching men’s band.The TARDIS inspired ring is the second custom made engagement band to make rounds on the internet.Last month, a Transformers engagement ring, inspired by the Hasbro line of toys, went viral.A jeweler in Garden City, Kan., made the 14 karat white gold ring, styled after a Decepticon, the evil robots from the series, according to Kansas based Hutchinson News..
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