19 Silver Styles That
Make a Statement
Silver is coming, and the world is ready to
see more of this multi-talented metal
STORY BY BECKY STONE
Silver has been through a series of renaissances throughout jewelry history: in Victorian times, it was more valuable than platinum. Today, it’s a flexible staple, appearing frequently in both everyday designs and staggering statement pieces. Silver’s ease and versatility ensure that it will never be irrelevant.
Kaura Jewels (ABOVE)
Balance ring in silver with yellow and blue sapphires and white diamonds.
(818) 441-6995, kaurajewels.com
Whimsical Figural Styles Connect With Customers
Silver’s lightness makes it an excellent material for figural designs, while its affordability means that it can sell whimsical pieces that shoppers might not feel able to justify at a gold or platinum price point. These designs take advantage of silver’s unique properties to convey recognizable figures, from flowers to felines.
NYC Scout ring in silver.
(917) 589-7535, silverella.nyc
Necklace in sterling silver with vitreous enamel, white topaz, and freshwater pearls.
(877) 810-7312, nicolebarr.com
Official licensed Grumpy Cat sterling silver bead compatible with all European style bead bracelets.
(888) 646-7411, ohmbeads.com
Silver initial charm with diamonds.
(917) 400-2270, silvercontinent.com
Necklace in sterling silver.
(301) 448-7367, kelimjewelry.com
Adjustable sterling silver lariat bracelet with rhodium finish.
(954) 578-1880, sterlingreputation.com
Los Angeles city ring in sterling silver.
+39 (334) 903-2061, citimijewelry.com
Officially licensed Star Wars toggle clasp bracelet in sterling silver.
(866) 507-2537, salesone.org/license
Sterling silver ring with diamonds (0.26 TCW).
(212) 472-5050, ljcrossny.com
The brightness and workability of silver make it an ideal metal for playing with form. These abstract pieces don’t strive to be literal representations of anything in particular. Some offer an avant-garde interpretation of an object or concept, others are just pure design.
Sterling silver pendant necklace with rubies, enhanced with nostalgia etching and star beading.
(866) 428-8777, chefridi.com
Multicolored sapphire and tourmillated quartz necklace set in silver with rhodium and yellow gold plating.
(212) 222-1022, shebee.com
Flower design pendant necklace in rhodium plated sterling silver.
(888) 674-3250, artistrylimited.com
Cuff bracelet in white and blackened sterling silver layered with 24K yellow gold.
(646) 795-1208, gurhan.com
Earrings in oxidized sterling silver with 18K yellow gold and gray diamonds.
(212) 420-9470, elizabethgarvin.com
Kauge by Kothari
Earrings in hollow formed sterling silver with inverted black diamonds.
(510) 452-5600, kaugebykothari.com
Silver pendant on red leather.
(505) 780-5611, wearyourgrace.com
Yaupon earrings in sterling silver, pink sapphire, and faceted Ethiopian opal.
Gabriel & Co.
Silver ring with rock crystal and blue jade.
(212) 519-1400, gabrielny.com
This article originally appeared in the April 2017 edition of INSTORE.
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