Category Archives: Pendants

Jewelry pendants from every corner of the world.

Personalized Meaningful Jewelry from Menuet Designs

Are you looking for jewelry pieces dedicated to love, friendship or the miracle of birth? If you want to please someone close to your heart you can simply do this with the help of the cute silver jewels by Menuet Designs.

The designers from Menuet Designs use only high quality materials, they skillfully mix silver with different gemstones to create so sweet jewelry. As we have already said all of them are symbolic. Anchor means close family relations, elephant – strength and luck etc. you can even personalize your item by the initials. It may become a great present for someone special, including yourself! Read More »

Space Invaders and Other Geeky Jewelry by Milkool

Ran is an artisan from Israel and he offers awesome jewelry pieces. He draws inspiration from sources such as Legend of Zelda, Harry Potter, X-Men, Minecraft, Space Invaders, The Big Bang Theory, Portal and much more. All of the pieces of jewelry are original and designed by Ran, so that you will not find them anywhere else.

Milkoll is a name of the shop where you can find hand made and laser cut jewelry by Ran. He is working in the family workshop and has access to industrial tools with which you can cut basically almost any material known to man. Ran is taking a part in the Israeli Artists Team (ISART) on Etsy. Read More »

Jewelry from Promise Collection by Forevermark

Promises are so important in our everyday life… Forevermark, the diamond brand included in the De Beers Group of companies, perfectly understands this. So it created the wonderful collection of diamond jewels.

Forevermark invited the designers from different countries and from different corners of the world to express their ideas inspired by the word “Promise” in these noble adornments. Read More »

Dark Desires Collection from That’s Pretty

They say each of one has two sides: the bright and the dark one and both of them have their own desires. So why not to reveal the hidden dark desires a bit ahead of the Halloween which the world will celebrate so soon? That’s Pretty presents a new interesting, unusual and a bit scary collection of adornments dedicated to… blood.

Dark Desires Collection are for those who are not afraid to be eye-catchingly unignorable. Owning such audacious items you will get fantastic and realistic feeling of the Halloween. Choose skeletal torso or raven’s skull to amaze your friends and to change the traditional conception of beauty. Read More »

Verbena Place Jewelry – Entirely Handmade

Verbeva Place Jewelry is something really astonishing and incredible! I could not tear myself away from these adornments when I saw it for the first time. David Worcester uses Argentium 960 high purity silver and precious and semiprecious gemstones creating such beautiful and admirable items.

Having a great experience in the jewelry craft the designers are inspires by the play of the colors of different gems using in these jewels. They use not only the natural stones but also lab made ones trying to be less harmful to the environment. Verbena Place jewels excite by their purity, curious curls and surely the magnificent magic of the gems… Read More »

Jewellery from Studio Tord Boontje

Discover unusual beauty of the jewels from studio Tord Boontje! The designer creates his items inspired by nature and its miracles. We want to present some of his projects to your attention. Cherry Rocks will impress you by the mix of Swarovski crystals with such an unexpected material as cherry pips from Tord Boontje aunt’s garden. Such combination makes these jewels rather stylish and funny.

The Charming project will open the world of wonderful flowers and cute animals made of 18k gold or silver plated metal. Blossom Lace line is elegant and simple but there is no doubt it will attract attention. Tord Boontje manages to break the stereotypes combining different material, mixing acuity with softness appealing to our imagination. Read More »

Modern and Ancient Time Icelandic Jewelry from Nordic Store

Gudbjorg´s concept has been creating jewelry collections that consist of independent pieces that stand strong on their own but also make an impressive whole when more pieces are worn together. Gudbjorg often seeks inspiration in Iceland’s unique nature, her jewelry pieces don’t imitate but rather evoke the atmosphere of whatever Gudbjorg is influenced by, and when she’s reached a satisfactory outcome she gives each collection an Icelandic woman’s name.

Since most Icelandic names have a meaning, the collections – each consisting of a necklace, earrings, bracelet, ring and sometimes brooches and hairpins – are given names that suit them and symbolize the concept behind their creation. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Erika Iozsa

My name is Erika Iozsa and Jasmin Blanc is my special place to explore, learn and immortalize beauty, but also a means to get my message through. This brand was born in the beautiful lands of Transylvania in 2010, today being based in London, UK. My current work is a fine shaped jewelry line, handcrafted in ceramics, with a focus on delicate, feminine shapes, pastel colors and detailed textures. Recently I have launched my first wedding collection as well.

I come from a family of creatives, and art has always been the perfect way to express myself. I have learned most of the technicalities from my father, who is a professional mold maker and an artisan of ceramic decorative items. It was exactly this knowledge I got from him, which has become the foundation of everything else I have later learned from experience and a lot of research. Read More »

Sabi Collection by Jill McKeown

I launched Sabi Collection in May of 2012. I am attracted to natural materials. They have inherent beauty, just by virtue of their existence in nature. I love the unrefined perfection in wood, in all forms. That may, in a way, be a means of understanding my very disorganized (yet desperate for order) personality. There is a very elegant (dis)order in the way wood weathers and ages.

The wood that is collected and used in the jewelry is personified in my mind. Each piece has a life cycle. I do not know what the wood was used for (or not) in the past, but it has been found it at some point in its life. The wood is transformed as it becomes a piece of jewelry. The process of multiplying the raw wood into a family of pieces is done in a way that respects, even embraces, its natural imperfections. Then, the addition of things which offset the rustic nature of the wood are worked into the design: bright chain, color, etc. I am a strong believer that good design is always balanced. The most impactful objects, fashions, spaces are those which utilize two contradictory aesthetic techniques: a crystal chandelier above a rustic table, edgy spikes juxtaposed with sweet pearls, a clean and modern home on a jagged mountain; the list goes on. Sabi Collection attempts to achieve this balance. Read More »

The Story of a Jeweler: Karin Jacobson

I attended the Perpich Center for Arts Education, otherwise known as the Minnesota arts high school and had a jewelry making class that I loved taught by Cheryl Rydmark, a jeweler who now lives in northern California. I ended up getting an apprenticeship with Cheryl, which we originally thought would just be for the summer, but I ended up working for her for almost 7 years, during which time I attended college.

In 1999, I started my own business, growing it slowly from a part-time business in a shared studio space, to a full-time business in a big sunny space of my own, although I still work alone. I sell wholesale to stores and do quite a lot of custom wedding rings. I really try to use the most eco-friendly and socially conscientious materials for my work, which means using recycled metals, and gems which are either recycled, fair trade or laboratory-grown. Read More »