Amanda Hagerman’s small-town Pennsylvania upbringing taught her to appreciate the rock formations and mountainous ridges that appeared in the surrounding landscape. Today she’s made rocky silhouettes and textures her signature style of jewelry design, and I love the organic shapes and bumpy topography that her work offers. This pair of sprig-of-berries silhouette studs in argentium silver and 14k gold vermeil is particularly darling, as are the phenacite gems set into the center of twig-like prongs. She calls the stones one of a kind for their gray coloring, and I find the entire look to be supercool.
One-of-a-kind earrings in argentium silver and 14k gold vermeil with phenacite, $365
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