5 Designed-in-Seattle Jewelry Pieces to Wear Now

Locally designed accessories that sparkle and shine
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No two pieces of Madeleine Pope’s jewelry, including this asymmetrical brass necklace, $160, are alike. Each item from the designer’s Cosmic Twin jewelry company is handmade at the Pratt Fine Arts Center in the Central District. cosmictwin.com 

Lisa Bridge’s new lifestyle collection features bold designs built on the heritage of her fine jewelry family (she represents Ben Bridge Jeweler’s fifth generation). Inspired by the vibrant city of Rio de Janeiro, this ring, $399, features a dyed green chalcedony stone with a modified checker cut that glimmers from every angle. Available at Ben Bridge Jeweler, downtown, 1432 Fourth Ave.; 206.628.6800; benbridge.com

Unique gemstones, such as the rutilated quartz in these earrings, $1,500, characterize Mercer Islander Kathryn Hagstrom’s fine jewelry. kathrynelysejewelry.com

Inspired by visual mathematics, the sum of this sterling silver pendant’s parts adds up to the perfect statement piece. $150, from Amber Rossino’s West Seattle–based jewelry company, The Formality. theformality.com

A nod to tough-girl brass knuckles, this sterling silver and brass ring, $70, from Capitol Hill–based Knuckle Kiss, is sure to be the reigning champion in your jewelry box. knucklekiss.com

 

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