These beautiful pieces by Statera Collections are made with love and a purpose: to help people heal and reconnect. “Reconnect with nature, ourselves, the spiritual realm and the divine source” – as their creator, Michele says. Each piece is individually handmade and is one of a kind. In the picture: blue sapphire, clear quartz, lapis lazuli and snowflake obsidian all in 12kt gold filled wire.
These light brown and forest green feathers seem to be made for long walks in the park on chilly fall days. Vanessa of Generation Next Jewelry creates her designs so that she can escape the order and structure of her everyday life and embrace the endless possibilities of her art, inspired by colors, words, feelings, and even smells, create pieces that allow people to feel free to break their own rules. "Love What You Do, Do What You Love!" is her motto.
I love the color gold for fall accessories and combined with the rich marsala tone of the sparkling stones in the "CJ Golden Marsala Elegance" necklace by Caterina Jewelry it reminds me of the colorful fall foliage and the magic of falling leaves, which makes this season so peacefully beautiful. Wear it over a jewel toned turtleneck or a crisp white shirt to make it really stand out.
Japanese artist Reiko is new to jewelry making, but likes to experiment with different styles and techniques to makes pieces she herself would like to wear. The irregular geometric frame of these earrings and the deep blue stones make it the perfect contemporary classic accessory for minimal outfits.
These lovely pendant necklaces from JDAccessories were inspired by Alice in Wonderland - as you might have guessed from the cat and clock charms - and would be a lovely complement to a layered fall look in muted earth tones. This store offers Japanese jewelry for European and American Japan lovers at great prices - definitely worth checking out!
This double love knot cuff bracelet by Mountain Metalcraft is so simple, yet so beautiful and elegant. It's the kind of jewelry you want to throw on before heading out the door without thinking too much about it, and we all need more of this kind of pieces, if you ask me.
In the past few years I have seen a lot of interesting materials used for jewelry, from concrete to moss to real fruit, but I have never seen a porcelain ring before and I love it. The delicate little handmade flowers and the beautiful texture make it really unique and pretty - I can image it looking amazing with a white lace wedding dress. By MaapStudio.