Beautiful and unusual jewelry from Baltimore's Imogene. Available here.
Check out these unusual handmade necklaces by Shu Collections. Available here along with some cute, handmade plush toys, too.
Just a pretty, simple, purple amethyst ring from Plum 'n Stitch.
Love these handmade felt items from treacletoffee's store on Etsy. Jewelry, scarves and more are made using the technique known as 'wet-felting', a modernized version of the word's oldest man-made fabric. The felt comes out thicker with a more varied surface than commercial felt (think elementary school). These scarves would make a nice, handmade holiday gift for someone.
Pretty fall pieces from Odette jewelry in NYC. The jewelry artist Jennifer Sarkilahti designs each piece from a pencil sketch, then carefully translates it to wax by hand in her studio. The mold is made from this wax and metals are cast and then polished. All are hand sculpted using sterling silver, solid 14k yellow and rose gold, and 18k vermeil.
I'm on a bit of an Etsy jewelry kick today, but this one is worth checking out. Kate Szabone is the mom of a toddler and a self-taught jewelry designer (former real estate agent) who creates beautiful pieces. They're so elegant and remind me of the Sundance Jewelry catalog (which I love and drool over whenever it arrives in the mail). Prices vary from extremely reasonable to more pricey jemstones.
This would be a great sculpture or a way to hang your necklaces and other jewelry. Available through Trace Elements.
I love these modern silver pieces from former graphic designer / jewelry designer Nina Dinoff of Brooklyn, NY. So pretty.
These cute, affordable ($13) necklaces are made from collage papers laminated onto old Scrabble pieces. From deciduoussoul.
These cute, handmade items by Erin Lang Norris and her shop Yellow Canoe are created right at her home. Her main focus is on jewelry and key holders, along with wall art and
journals. Soon there will be block printed pillows, placemats and more.
Jade Scott Jewelry is very dainty, feminine and hip. Would look great with an Anthropologie outfit. Prices range from around $50 - $150.
I thought this was a really interesting idea. Take that favorite piece of child-created artwork and have it made into jewelry. Totally Out of Hand will make pins, necklaces, tie tacks, earrings, cuff links, key chains, and wall hangings from your submitted artwork.