Every year, Brian and I look forward to the UncommonGoods holiday catalogue. Whenever it arrives, we stop what we’re doing to look through it together. No joke. It truly is full of uncommon goods! And, truth be told, we’ve bought many a gift from them. Not only do they have a large and well-curated selection of items, but they’re also a founding member of B Corporation (if you haven’t heard of B Corps, learn more about this awesome not-for-profit organization here), and they’re committed to environmental sustainability and social responsibility.
So, believe me when I say we are genuinely thrilled to welcome UncommonGoods as our latest sponsor. They’re a perfect fit, no? To thank them for supporting Westervin, I’ve put together a list of my 5 favorite pieces of handmade jewelry currently available from UncommonGoods.
If you know me, you know I have a thing for handmade jewelry. From ceramic statement necklaces to glass-blown earrings to each set of specially crafted wedding bands we get every year on our anniversary, my jewelry box is bursting. If you really know me, you know that I actually haven’t worn a piece of non-handmade jewelry in years. (Excluding the occasional vintage pieces, of course.) There’s just something so special about a piece of wearable art that’s one-of-a-kind or made in small batches by someone who’s honed their craft and whose work truly fulfills them. I want to support those people! I want unique jewelry that stands out! And there are plenty of other reasons to love handmade jewelry. UncommonGoods put together a beautiful blog post of their own about the value of handmade jewelry. Check it out here.
Hopefully you, dear reader, have joined me on the handmade jewelry bandwagon long ago. But if not, there’s still time! All aboard! Check out my top 5 handmade jewelry picks from UncommonGoods, and see the rest of their jewelry offerings here. What are your top 5?
5. Acquamarine Branch Ring made by Nancy Nelson
4. Gold Dipped Vine Lace Necklace made by Tulianna and Alejandra Garces
3. Gold Astrology Cuff by Julie Nolan
2. Diamond Cobblestone Wedding Band by Emilie Shapiro
1. Sterling Silver Diamond Studs by Christine Street
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