Slot, gap, blank, margin, interval, in-between, midway and cleft all words I considered when I decided I need a way to describe those between-the-finger rings. In the end, I decided to go simple with "spacer ring." These pieces rest in the in-between space and do separate the digits like a spacer (while "space" without the "r" makes me think of outer space) so... spacer ring, it is! And I hope you like them, because that'll be my theme all week long!
First up is this giant ball of pine from Australia's Linda van Niekerk. The large spherical shape is ideal for nestling between, rather than on, the fingers.
Love the wooden ball but need something on a slightly smaller scale? Here's a double-ball ring on a shank that loops between the fingers by Brazil's Biane Motta.
Even more jewellery: