A well done, classic style with some weight behind it.
This chain both looks and feels rich and soft to the touch.
We love functional jewelry, especially pieces that date back over 100 years (c. 1920).
Made popular during the Victorian era, Mizpah jewelry is given as a token of either love or friendship.
At a distance the heart speaks for this pendant, but the message is spelled out up close.
A pair of tubular gold wires twisted as if someone spun them between their fingers.
A pair of textured drop earrings dotted with white and color-change purple sapphires.
These lightning-like drop earrings may be bold in look, but they're not too heavy so they're comfortable for all-day wear.
A hand painted copper and enamel tray with a scene from Claude Monet's France, meant to house your glasses.
A friendly spotted frog guards the contents of this stone-lined box.
A square, polished pendant, hung by one of its corners.
This slim, floral box is perfect for stashing joints, cigarettes, credit cards; you name it.
This ashtray has chrysocolla inlaid all around its curved edges.
For the bowler in your life, a good luck talisman that fits right in their pocket.
An engine turned pendant featuring the lion and Leo dates.
The fourth sign of the zodiac, known for their devotion to prioritizing their relationships, this crab has a heart shaped body.
A textured medallion with a smooth, engraved backside.
Keep two small plants in here side by side.
This set, perfect for entertaining, will surely serve you well.
A tall, wooden container that can hold anything from ice to toilet paper.
We've never met a pup we didn't like.
An engine turned pendant featuring the virgin goddess and Virgo symbol.
A handmade set of six cups that's perfect for serving your favorite mezcal.
A wide, rippled wire bowl that's the perfect centerpiece for a kitchen island or dinner table.
A deep, round stoneware casserole dish with a paint brush pattern.
A group of three tiny vases, connected as one.
A heavy rounded gold ring with a square, pointed face covered in diamonds.
A half white gold, half yellow gold, diamond-covered ring to wrap around your finger.
A raised, open, yellow gold ring with one pavé diamond corner.
One of New York City's many icons.
The sweetest Looney Tune.
A painterly purple and green dish with ribbon-like handles.
These curved pieces are connected vertically to give the illusion of a cuff bracelet.
Though substantial in size, the links on this bracelet are smooth and comfortable against your wrist.
This covered dish is great for storing anything from spices to q-tips.
A handmade, Modernist companion to adorn your belt.
A shiny tag pendant with the perfect focal spot, ready for engraving.
A pair of leverback earrings whose drops have great motion and sparkle just enough in the sun.
The lapis disc at the top of this ring sits embedded in gold, while the bottom of this ring is solid and squared giving it some nice weight.
These door knocker earrings are large and make a statement, but also lightweight and comfortable for all day wear.
The great patina and stamped details on this vintage Navajo ashtray are what bring it to life.
These aren't Dorothy's ruby slippers - put them on display on your favorite shelf.
A mid-century German vase with a wide mouth and bubbly texture.
These bright red lips will peak out from under the contents of this dish.
A wide vintage sterling silver cuff with the hand-tooled letters spelling "BAT" on the front.
A round medal pendant with your zodiac sign and a California pennant.
A classic cable chain necklace with a bar pendant made from three, vertically-set, marquise diamonds.
A pair of round diamond solitaire earrings with slightly off center, square, tension settings.