This earring is one of the many varieties of stars in Anthony Lent's work, this time a bit larger and more traditional.
The most universal symbol of love.
This little stud is inspired by the winged mountings and pavé wing pieces of late Victorian jewelry.
A pair of teeny, hand carved skulls with diamond dangles from Borneo.
A pendant made from five baguette diamonds of varying sizes held in place by platinum pins.
A 60/40 cloth pullover jacket with embroidered mesh panels on the front and back of the hood.
These bright red lips will peak out from under the contents of this dish.
She's a multi-hyphenate woman; a bottle opener and a shoe horn.
With its bold starburst design on both sides, this pitcher is cool from every angle.
Formulated in Brooklyn with ingredients from around the world; Indonesian oud, North African papyrus, Afghani saffron, Bulgarian rose.
A friendly pitcher that is equally as happy serving your favorite drink as it is holding a bouquet of flowers.
The ends of this ring are transfixed by one bar, mimicked in the setting of the diamond.
This pale pink octopus is made with strong stitching and premium fabrics; it was born to last and stay by your side.
Big soft eyes and long fluffy tentacles, what's not to love.
A companion who is as cute and they are extraordinary.
A little stone bowl with swirled shades of green and blue.
The fourth piece in Fraser Hamilton's Plateau series, this time with a pinkish purple sapphire.
A pair of solitaire stud earrings with round inverted diamonds set in darkened white gold settings.
A painterly purple and green dish with ribbon-like handles.
It looks like the ceramicist who created this set used a paintbrush to create clouds of blue and brown.
A speckled, round casserole dish in shades of green from 1978.
This incredible ring uses color theory to pair ruby and turquoise for a striking look.
Shorter than most of Todd Pownell's necklaces, this piece lays right across the collarbone so its heart shaped pendant, made of six pear shaped diamonds, lays right in between.
A handmade extension cord that utilizes smart USB and USB C technology to charge your device faster by identifying it and sending it a matching charge.
A pair of two-tone waterproof binoculars with top shelf optics, designed to be ready for anything.
An espresso brown bird pitcher with white glaze speckles.
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.
These earrings tell a story about the cosmos; a journey through the heavens and through the history of art.
These garlands are hand strung and knotted with homegrown and dried strawflowers, sure to brighten any space.
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.
The cutouts on this ring almost look like the gold has eroded away, leaving little windows.
A fastcolor selvedge bandana with an ukiyo-e style design.
This large pitcher is bold and bright, but not too heavy.
The great patina and stamped details on this vintage Native American ashtray are what bring it to life.
This Victorian pill box has a mirror on the underside of its lid, making it a perfect little compact to take on the go.
Heavy, hand carved, and handmade.
A pair of nontraditional solitaire studs in a cognac hue with the diamonds set point-up for maximum sparkle.
A round little pot with a shadowy desert scene on its lid.
A playful cat-eye silhouette with 24k gold plated titanium details, this time in a transparent sage green with matching gradient lenses.
The white gold interior of this ring turns within its yellow gold frame; spin it between your fingers.
Everything about this chain is eye-catching, but what you can't see is just how nice the weight of it is.
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.