Most jewelry designers diversify. They stay within their niche, market a hodgepodge of colors and sell a variety of jewelry types. Clocks and Colours likes to be different. Rather than fill its site or Instagram with a multitude of colors and product selections, Clock and Colours hinges on a black-and-white showcasing demonstrating .925 sterling silver necklaces, and from a glancing at their selection, its built a stable of elegant products designed for the rough and rugged man. While growing, the designer's line features stunning pieces with equally alluring names, like the Nevermore , Death Proof and the Clean Cut, that feature ravens, hatchets and knives. And like other urban designers we've featured who use recycled bullet casings for their jewelry, Clocks and Colours captures ours hearts not only because of its captivating visuals, but by its quality designs.
Look at a bangle, and you'll see a canvass of lurid colors, patterns and stones decorating each bracelet. Some are eccentric. Some are cheap. None are Atolyestone. The Istanbul-based designer ditches the standard color pallet and eccentric patterns for a minimalist design fused with high-end materials from the likes of .925 sterling silver to 18K gold plating. Like its contemporary rivals that stick to elegant designs, the marriage between materials and design create a charming Lion Collection to give everyday gents and business-minded men the chance to mix and match their bangles with either watches or bracelets.
Most cufflinks are made to accessories with a man's suits, but when a man dons the right pair, they can redefine a suit. And while small, some cufflinks can create a large impact--and that's exactly what what Tateossian jewelry set out to do with its line of wedding cufflinks. These small accessories uses the highest grade of materials to draw attention to one of the most unlikeliest of places: your writs. And with a series of high-end materials that range from 18K gold to diamond shavings, these links make a big impact for their size.
Walk into any shooting range, and you'll find two kinds of people--those who leave their used bullet casings on the floor and those who pick'em up. For some shooters, recycling used casings provides an added savings, but for Love Is A Gun, it grants a base material for its jewelry. From your 9mm to your .40 caliber, Love Is A Gun transforms almost any casing into a bracelet or necklace and combines this eccentric metal base with high-end materials, like .925 sterling silver, gemstones and hematite beads to create some edgy, elegant designs. While other designers like Forever Equal stay busy promoting equality, Love Is A Gun looks to re-create jewelry for a rock-inspired audience, and using recycled bullet casings, they've found plenty of success.
Forever Equal maintains one ethos throughout its jewelry creation process: providing men--and women--with jewelry items that show preference to neither race nor gender, religion nor ethnicity. And with this guiding force, the brand has developed a line of rings that combine high-quality materials people expect, but with a style men and women can wear. Similar to other ring designers that use .925 sterling silver, Forever Equal fits its rings with .08 ct diamonds and drapes every ring with its iconic red equality symbol. And with masculine style perfect for men , but feminine enough to appeal to women, Forever Equal has created something for everyone.