Holiday Gift Guide, Day 5: Baubles and Bling from Local Jewelry Artists
Alrighty, listen up boys: Sure diamonds are great, but if you really want to knock your savvy gal’s socks off this holiday season, we recommend these oh-so-Seattle, stylish jewelry pieces. And guys, don’t worry, your day is coming too. Friday will be devoted to booze-related gifts, so you save this link, and forward that one on to her.
Moorea Seal chevron dangle earrings (pictured above)
Chevron print is having a moment, y’all. As the designer states herself, these dark brown leather and silver chain earrings are edgy, but still feminine-- plus the price point can’t be beat.
Grain “Chi-Chi Fat” thread necklace
There must be something in the water over on the Island, because the Bainbridge-based design collective Grain just keeps hitting it out of the park. First it was their electric love rings, now it’s the long cotton thread necklace produced in partnership with artisans in Guatemala.
Maria’s Designs gold tribal triangle necklace
Maria Carter’s Aztec gold-inspired collection is capped off by this cool, brushed-finished brass and gold plate triangle pendant necklace, which hangs on a 16-inch long chain.
Lolide green peridot cocktail ring
History and Industry bib necklace
Crafted from three strands of faceted ivory, dark brown rounds and gold painted beads, Irene Wood uses three very apt words to describe this thick bib necklace: Big, bold and regal. Amen, girl.
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Photos courtesy of Moorea Seal; Grain; Maria’s Designs; Lolide; History and Industry