Dominate the party with OBJCTS’ Bottle-Opening Ring, which conceals a handy tool in a piece of pretty, 3D-printed stainless steel jewelry—brilliant.
Heritage English shirtmaker Turnbull & Asser know an elegant pair of cufflinks is the key to completing a sharp look. These vintage typewriter cufflinks from the 1930s decidedly add a distinguished touch.
There’s nothing precious about K/LLER’s Petite Engraved Horn Pendant made in collaboration with motorcycle engraver Otto Carter. Brass is the name of the game, both on the hand-cast pendant and the blackened metal chain.
This handsome handmade jewelry box comes in several varieties of ethically sourced wood. Created by architect-turned-designer Aaron Portiz, its classic styling and proportion suit both men and women.
Jill Platner discovered her love of metal working in NYC while attending the Parson’s School of Design, and began creating jewelry as a side project to her sculptural pieces. Whether you’re a Bowie fan or just want a piece with a bit of energy, her sterling silver baby bolt pendant will add a little zap to your wardrobe.
An athletic cap might most often be seen on one’s head, but thanks to the wonders of 3D-printing, design firm Jean-Louis Casquette now brings them to your fingers. Their sports cap-styled rings are made from bright nylon fibers for a fun and punchy use of ubiquitous imagery.
Obsessive doodler Jon Burgerman has swapped pen and paper for sterling silver with his necklaces for Digby & Iona. The celebrated illustrator’s playful characters hang from a 25-inch oxidized chain, all handmade in Brooklyn.
This large modernist pendant—one side pounded metal, one side smooth—is one of the highlights from the sand-casted sculptural jewelry by the young, family-owned business Manifest Design. Like a vinyl record, the triangular piece offers something different on each side.
Judi Powers has been making a name for herself with her whimsical, ethically-sourced jewelry collection, all designed and crafted in her Brooklyn studio. Powers’ Water Drop ring is an understated stunner, with an aquamarine cabochon gemstone set in recycled sterling silver. Powers cites the ocean as her inspiration, saying that the cool blue color of the cabochon is both “soothing and appealing.”
Traditionally, to prevent a tie from flip-flopping all over the place, tie clips required, poking holes in the accessory, while tie bars clamp down quite hard and still leave a mark. Now, with an array of handsome options, Tie Mags utilizes industrial-strength magnets to lock a tie into place—with no harm done to the tie itself. Their lovely collection keeps things neat, without the longterm damage.
From NYC-based jewelry designer Deborah Pagani, the Talula earrings project an air of effortless style whether paired with jeans and a T-shirt or an evening gown. White gold houses labradorite and rose quartz double drops, while gray diamonds lie within the Art Deco-inspired fringe.
Brooklyn-based designer Shahla Karimi’s debut collection lets you wear the NYC subway on your wrist. From Inwood to World Trade Center, Yankee Stadium to Wall Street, and Harlem to South Ferry, the 3D-printed accessories are available in sterling silver, 14k gold and gold vermeil.
From Deborah Pagani’s Queen Bee collection, these white gold dagger earrings give fine jewelry a punk edge. Set with pavé black diamonds, they channel the sultry spirit of iconic females like Grace Jones, Cleopatra and Rita Hayworth.
Alison Jean Cole cuts rocks and minerals by hand using old tools in her garage, grinding and polishing them into stunning jewelry pieces that showcase just a peek of the Earth’s beauty and history. Geologic formations on brass hooks have never looked so good.
Cartier first introduced the panther into it’s iconography back in 1914. Still to this day, the powerful imagery plays upon the idea of what a ring can actually be. This ultra-luxuriant iteration, crafted from gold, green tsavorite garnets and onyx, realizes the excellence of balanced geometry and imagination. It’s a statement piece, true to the Cartier brand, but rather than being over the top, it’s ferociously fine.
Simple in composition but beautifully complex up close, Gem Rings by Legier + Livaudais present vibrant stones in substantial settings. They’re more than just pretty: gems like the sustainably farmed, striped Red Abalone is said to evoke harmony and balance for the wearer, while black onyx sourced in Utah absorbs negative energy, to be worn in times of stress or grief.