This week we pay homage to Halloween, All Souls Day, and Day of the Dead with moody and dark jewelry. Dark and memento mori jewelry is mysterious and edgy. From skulls and crossbones to jewelry using black gemstones, fine jewelry can be playful as well.
Find the full Moody and Dark collection here.
Skulls and crossbones cufflinks created by designer Shari K. Stadel. The skulls are intricately carved and oxidized to bring out their details such as tiny teeth and even a crack in the skull.
Taryn Leavitt's whimsical skeleton creations in earrings and pendants are unexpected and a fun take on fine jewelry. All one of a kind and handcrafted in gold and gemstones.
One of a kind and handcrafted in 10k yellow gold, Taryn Leavitt creates a whimsical necklace using a black tourmaline slice as the face of a skeleton wearing a hat. Blue topaz is used for the eyes. Suspended from an 40 inch oxidized silver chain, this is a statement necklace that can be worn alone or layered with other pieces.
The Poison Ivy Cuff from Sandrine B. Jewelry exhibits mystery and mood. Oxidized buds are exposed and Sandrine designed the bracelet with the prominent buds protruding from the wrist, making the branches connect with the wearer.
Linda Hoj's design aesthetic mixes black and grey diamonds with rich 22k yellow gold. It's elevated luxury with a look that can be worn during the day with a sweater and jeans as well as a couture dress. You will always be ready to take on your daily battles with adorning powerful and empowering jewlery.