Dad’s Turn to Shine: Manly Jewels From JCK Marketplace



As you know, Mother’s Day is this Sunday, May 13. Did it sneak up on you? Ideally, jewelry shoppers have stocked up on all the pearls, heart necklaces, and any other favorite jewelry for moms that they could find. And while moms deserve all the loving attention in the world on their special day (mine certainly does), in the retail world, now it’s Dad’s turn. So, in lieu of the mountain of neckties, shot glasses, and golf gear (all worthy items, of course), check out these refreshingly different jewels for men from JCK Marketplace.  

 

Nomination’s Portofino Bracelet

Nomination Portofino bracelet

The Portofino bracelet from Nomination USA is available in a number of designs. The Italian-made pieces can be found with natural diamonds, enamel, and more. It’s a subtle yet beautiful piece fit for everyday wear.

 

Edward Mirell’s Tuxedo Pendant

Edward Mirell Tuxedo pendant

Dog tags seem to be huge right now, and Edward Mirell has no shortage of distinctive designs and patterns. This pendant from the Tuxedo collection gets its look from gray and black titanium with sterling silver.

 

Legère’s Tee Tack

Legere golf tie tack

Because you can’t ignore Dad’s love for golf, this sterling silver tie tack from Legère is just the thing. The whimsical piece shows a detailed golf ball waiting atop a tee. Fore!

 

S&R’s Rough Diamond Band

S&R rough diamond band

S&R Designs’ cigar band ring is made from blackened silver and sprinkled with a generous serving (4.45 cts. t.w.) of rough diamonds. I personally can’t get enough of the stuff, and now Dad can sport some, too.

 

Mijou’s Button Cufflinks

Mijou button cufflinks

Cufflinks may be a common gift for Dad, but this artful design from Mijou Jewelry is a nice take. The 18k white gold jewels are accented by a twisted knot on top, for a subtle touch of something different.

 

Check out more men’s jewelry from JCK Marketplace.

 

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