Statement Jewelry for Everyone on Your List
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By Nicole Mann Novick
Whether you're searching for a unique piece of jewelry for yourself or for a loved one, these bracelets, necklaces and more have that something special. From fair-trade bracelets to one-of-a-kind charms, here are 11 baubles to choose from.
On Location2 of 12
Commemorate a birthplace or other special spot with a Coordinates Collection piece. Just input a city on their website, and they'll engrave the exact latitude and longitude on a bracelet or ring.
SHOP NOW: Coordinates Collection bracelet, $229, coordinatescollection.com
A Charmed Life3 of 12
Using just a drawing, a photo or an idea, the Yellowsmith team can transform the likeness of your sister's dog, the street where you grew up or a friend's favorite hashtag into a bespoke charm.
SHOP NOW: Yellowsmith custom charms, $55 to $120, yellowsmith.com
Brave Front4 of 12
This hand-woven bracelet includes the word "klahan," meaning "brave" in Khmer, the language of Cambodia. Made by local artisans, the piece is part of The Brave Collection, which helps to create jobs and fight human trafficking in Cambodia.
SHOP NOW: The Brave Collection bracelet, $38, thebravecollection.com
Knots Landing5 of 12
Blacknot, a Los Angeles–based label with a Japanese aesthetic, makes dramatic, edgy accessories, like this knotted, chain-wrapped necklace. The reason for the knots? They're associated with luck in Japanese culture.
SHOP NOW: Blacknot necklace, $350, theblacknot.com
Bling Ring6 of 12
We Wore What blogger Danielle Bernstein recently unveiled a collection of mid-finger rings for jewelry line Bing Bang. With infinite ways to arrange this set of four stackers, designed to fit fingers of all sizes, these rings offer serious bling for your buck.
SHOP NOW: WWWxBB ring set, $150, bingbangnyc.com
True Blue7 of 12
Each of the ceramic beads on this stunning necklace is handmade and fired by members of Jacaranda Workshop, an organization in Nairobi that employs artisans with disabilities.
SHOP NOW: Ten Thousand Villages necklace, $49, tenthousandvillages.com
In Hand8 of 12
This Vanessa Mooney hand chain, which attaches to your middle finger and wrist, is made for the girl who prefers delicate accessories over statement-making jewelry.
SHOP NOW: Vanessa Mooney hand piece, $65, shopbop.com
Gem Dandy9 of 12
One-of-a-kind vintage jewelry is great for the gal who has everything. Katie Bartels has curated an exceptional collection, including this brightly colored brooch. Slip it on a chain and it doubles as a necklace.
SHOP NOW: Katie Bartels vintage pin, $98, katiebartels.com
Petal Pusher10 of 12
This hammered floral cuff is both edgy and sweet. As a bonus, 20 percent of the proceeds will benefit the designer's animal rights charity, Paws for Hope.
SHOP NOW: Alicia Marilyn rose cuff, $275, aliciamarilyndesigns.com
All Heart11 of 12
Up until now, Aerin Lauder's been known for her beauty collection, but she just launched a new jewelry line with designer Erickson Beamon. This whimsical heart charm on a heavy gold chain is destined to be a classic.
SHOP NOW: AERIN Erickson Beamon necklace, $240, aerin.com
You've Got Mail12 of 12
If you can't decide what jewelry to gift, consider a membership to RocksBox. Members fill out a survey, receive a monthly jewelry mailing worth $200, and test-drive each borrowed piece, such as these elegant Samantha Wills earrings. Whatever they end up buying, they'll receive 20 percent off.
SHOP NOW: RocksBox membership, starting at $15 per month, rocksbox.com
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