Let’s face it: Fine jewelry is an obvious choice for holiday gifting, but the price point can often give shoppers pause. That’s where home goods come in—especially those designed by fine jewelers.
Crafted in deluxe materials (including porcelain, marble, Murano glass, and hard stones like malachite, rose quartz, and lapis lazuli), these elegant pieces—be they dishes, incense holders, or candles—are perfect stocking stuffers, with prices that reflect their luxury positioning but can still be accessible to budget-conscious buyers.
“Homeware like fine china, tabletop trinkets, and even small jewelry boxes are lovely adjacent-to-jewelry selling items for us,” Camille Zarsky, founder of The Seven, a retail boutique in Manhattan’s West Village, tells JCK. “These collections are easy add-ons to buys but also serve as a little luxury at a lower investment, especially when our clients are looking for something that is a more discretionary price point gift.
“We have many clients who come in to buy jewelry for themselves, then purchase a gift for a friend that is a nice houseware piece,” she adds. “This is even more appreciated when it’s also from a fine jewelry designer we carry, like a Jenna Blake jewelry tray or cocktail napkins. This is a big category that I’m going deeper into for this coming holiday season.”
Below, we highlight three new lines of home goods designed by jewelers for jewelers. Now get to ordering!
L.A.-based Jenna Grosfeld has always incorporated vintage motifs seen on furniture and decorative objects into her Jenna Blake jewels, so it was hardly a stretch when she introduced her Casa Blake line of homewares earlier this year during Las Vegas Jewelry Week.
The collection includes porcelain dishes, napkins, and candles featuring the designer’s signature mariner and nautical link motifs, starting at $190 retail.
Marlo Laz designer Jesse Marlo Lazowski is a globe-trotter, and Stella Mare, her first home capsule collection, is rife with elements inspired by her travels—from the Venetian lagoons in northern Italy to the Japanese islands of the Seto Inland Sea. Items include candle vessels and incense dishes made by the expert glass blowers of Murano.
The collection, introduced in 2022, also reflects Lazowski’s bohemian sensibilities. New this year are marble Agape dishes in various colorways, available in small ($380 retail) or large ($490 retail) size.
BZippy x Retrouvaí
Retrouvaí designer Kirsty Stone teamed with the L.A.-based artist Bari Ziperstein on a capsule collection of nesting trays and vases that retail from $115 to $580. Each piece features a gold decal inspired by Retrouvai’s Alchemy series and drawn by Ziperstein. Fifty percent of the proceeds from sales of this collaboration are being donated to the Black Artists & Designers Guild.
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