Carrera Y Carrera
Sortija Carnaval $27,500
From one of the most historic Spanish jewelry design houses, founded by sculptor Manuel Carrera in 1885, comes this exquisite ring from their Peacock Collection. Born of a luxuriant white gold, encrusted in blue sapphires, garnets and diamonds, it is majestic and worldly. As much sculpture as it is accessory, imagination dictates its brilliance.
Arch Brass Hoop Earrings $170
Erin Considine's signature Arch Brass Hoop Earrings convey strength and beauty in an unconventional, architectural silhouette. The weathered brass and wire hoops feel simultaneously minimalist and dramatic.
Wrapped Double Curve Necklace $200
There's something simultaneously delicate, sweet and sturdy about Pigeon Toe's Double Curve Necklace. Two swooped tubes of porcelain are wrapped with yarn and clamped with a brass rivet. The leather cord comes in mint, but you can choose the color combination for the yarn.
Gather Brooch $4,200
Melanie Bilenker's heartbreakingly intimate vignette etched on a simple brooch is a one-of-a-kind accessory. The nude woman expresses something elusive on both sides of the enamel pin, both in her face and her sinewy pose.
Speedometer Official Bezel Bracelet $214
Inspired by the bezels found on Rolex's iconic Oyster Perpetual series of watches, Speedmaster Official's unisex bracelets are made in Italy from marine-grade stainless steel in a range of colors.
Right Hand Charm Bracelet $245
A cheeky take on a classic charm bracelet lends a sinister elegance to costume designer Gillian Steinhardt's Right Hand Charm Bracelet. Or perhaps it's just a nod to the idea of an old reliable, but either way, the piece will start more conversations than a pile of icy diamonds.
No3 Brass Ring $265
An ornate, beautiful way to wear your heart on your sleeve comes in the form of this grown-up mood ring. Though the concept comes from a vending machine, the actual handmade iteration features plated brass and a 20mm heat-sensitive stone.
Brass Hair Combs $130
Wsake hair combs put a sleek and modern spin on an old-fashioned ladies' vanity mainstay. The brass picks come in charming shapes like Looking Guy, Tulip, Square and Lace, and with time the patina will darken to a golden brown color.
Taps Aff Badge $16
Whether celebrating the dogs days of summer or just feeling a little rowdy, Scottish phrase "Taps Aff!" incites a rebellious vibe sure to turn a few heads or better yet, inspire its actual meaning—to shed your shirt. This cheeky little badge is a fashionable reminder to always keep a level of spontaneity in your step, no matter the weather.
Kim Victoria Jewels
Opal 4 Peak Ring $453
Opal is said to bring inspiration, imagination and clarity of thought to the wearer. Australian jeweler Kim Victoria Wearne's Opal 4 Peak Ring is individually engraved and asymmetrically hammer set, so no two rings are the same. If you're looking for even more originality, you can choose the opal color and Wearne will source the perfect stone for you.
Witness Company USA
Magic Church Key $75
Witness Company—a Brooklyn-based jewelry label founded in 2013—aims to marry form and function through a range of solid brass and sterling silver accessories. This handmade keyring isn't just a sweet love heart, it's also a bottle opener complete with an all-seeing eye to ward off evil.
Embrace Cuff $155
Handmade in NYC, the Embrace Cuff is a striking piece of polished arm candy by Brooklyn-based designer Rebecca Mapes, who manifests her love for antique and vintage jewelry into bold, modern designs. Like the wrist that bears it, the solid brass will also change over time by developing a rich patina through use. The sterling silver version sports ten champagne diamond bracelets on each "hand" for even more eye-catching bling.
Digby & Iona
Stump Cufflinks $220
Made from solid sterling silver, Digby & Iona's Stump Cufflinks from are a charming way to show wholesome, teenage-style love in adult form. The Brooklyn-based jewelry designers have created an accessory that will become as classic as the book they drew inspiration from—Shel Silverstein's "The Giving Tree"—by personalizing each set with initials of your choosing.
History + Industry
Flora and Fauna Necklace $140
Drawing inspiration from Count Etienne de Beaumont's 1928 lavish Flora and Fauna masquerade in Paris' Hôtel de Masseran, the statement-making Flora and Fauna necklace from History + Industry's Party Collection channels a girl's inner-vixen and inspires dazzling evenings. This chunky gem is made with two strands of silver and painted wood, glitzy rhinestones, gray smoky quartz, gold plated brass tubes and chunks of pyrite.
Cape Cod Watch $2,850
Hermès may be most famous for their highly covetable Birkin bag, but those into watches know that the French purveyor is equally remarkable at making high quality timepieces. The Cape Cod, with its double-wrapping Barenia leather strap, is as classic as it is modern. We like the stainless steel case and tan strap but many styles are available.
Phase Round Earrings $125
Hand-dyed and laden with super sparkly Swarovski crystals, the Phase Round Earrings by aerospace engineer-turned-metalwork designer Lynn Maclachlan melds usage of innovative digital tools such as 3D printing with traditional craft techniques to produce these high-tech accessories.