These two look like they're swimming in around in this shallow serving dish.
What makes this dish special is it's painterly glaze in reds and blues.
A tiger? A leopard? No one knows, but either way we think this pitcher is pretty sweet.
This goofy creature will gobble up all of your spare change.
A round little pot with a shadowy desert scene on its lid.
These aren't Dorothy's ruby slippers - put them on display on your favorite shelf.
This pale pink octopus is made with strong stitching and premium fabrics; it was born to last and stay by your side.
Made of 100% Baltic amber, a natural stone that is thought to sooth the pain that comes with teething. These child safe necklaces are kid-sized with a screw-together clasp.
You can take the pendant off of this festive necklace and wear it as a pin too.
This handmade bracelet is one of two that we were lucky enough to find! Its mate is the same style, but with bright green malachite.
These curved pieces are connected vertically to give the illusion of a cuff bracelet.
This handmade bracelet is one of two that we were lucky enough to find! Its mate is the same style, but with chrysocolla malachite.
The chubby sister clasp on this bracelet makes it both super cool and super secure.
Though substantial in size, the links on this bracelet are smooth and comfortable against your wrist.
These earring look as though they're made from gold fabric with diamond accents in the shadows.
This spherical pendant unfolds like an accordion or give you four frames, ready for photos.
These solid gold cufflinks are great regardless of whether you're a Scorpio or just want to pack an extra punch.
A pair of Egyptian Revival cufflinks featuring the Egyptian symbol of life, the ankh.
A pair of solid gold vintage cufflinks with intricate flourishes and contrasting dark blue enamel.
These solid sterling silver ovals have hidden connections to give the illusion of petals cascading around your wrist.
Traditionally used for pocket watches, Albert chains also make great necklaces. This particular one is long enough to wear wrapped twice.
Once a teenage queen of Ancient Egypt, Nefertiti is celebrated for her dedication to the sun god. To open the keyring, pinch close to chain to release the catches.
Made in Israel, this keychain features a bakelite Star of David medallion with the Tower of David at its center, on a handmade leather strap.
This Victorian pill box has a mirror on the underside of its lid, making it a perfect little compact to take on the go.
She's a multi-hyphenate woman; a bottle opener and a shoe horn.
The great patina and stamped details on this vintage Native American ashtray are what bring it to life.
A vintage Navajo ashtray with curved rests for you to securely set down your smoke.
Heavy, hand carved, and handmade.
With its bold starburst design on both sides, this pitcher is cool from every angle.
These bright red lips will peak out from under the contents of this dish.
This bowl is perfect for mixing up and then serving your favorite salad dressing.
A double pendant of gold swirls with princess cut pink sapphires tucked into the folds.
The most universal symbol of love.
This earring is one of the many varieties of stars in Anthony Lent's work, this time a bit larger and more traditional.
A solid, heavy pendant with a striking, sensual design with a sense of humor.
This little stud is inspired by the winged mountings and pavé wing pieces of late Victorian jewelry.
The Ouroboros is an ancient symbol for nature's infinite cycle of life and death.
A platinum moonface sunken into a gold ring, surrounded by sapphires.
Anthony Lent's ladybug evokes a metaphorical approach to jewelry—the pieces can be thought of as clever references to the frequent appearance of these creatures in sentimental poetry.
As Tony himself puts it, bats are "just awesome."
These earrings tell a story about the cosmos; a journey through the heavens and through the history of art.
Tony Lent grew up around rattlesnakes but was never afraid of them. Instead, he marveled at how frightened everyone else was. Can wearing a piece of jewelry help you confront your fears?
The golden mean is a proportion famous since antiquity for being aesthetically pleasing, and is the basis of Anthony Lent's Brickface, which aims to evoke strength and solidity.
On the one hand, snakes represent Biblical personifications of evil, and on the other they symbolize health and healing; this pair encompass a saturated tanzanite cabochon.
These earrings tell a story about the cosmos with flashy rainbow opals; a journey through the heavens and through the history of art.
During the Renaissance, time and astronomy were believed to be connected to magic, and the motions of the heavenly bodies were said to be the keys to the secrets of nature.
This heavy, solid ring is just as cool blank as it would be with engraved with your initials.
This ring is a trifecta of some of our favorite things; geometry, color and sparkle.