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5 Essential Men’s Styles to Stock This Holiday


There are five more weeks of selling before the 2023 holiday season comes to an end. Don’t miss the men’s jewelry boat. Below, we’ve highlighted five au courant styles that are bound to catch the eye of your male (and female/nonbinary) clientele.

Chain necklaces…with a twist

Best known for his signature Shaker gems, New York-based Moritz Glik has doubled down on gender-neutral designs—literally. Earlier this year he introduced two full collections, Roda and Janela, that are almost entirely unisex.

The Janela line, named after the Portuguese word for window, includes the Hiroki necklace, a basic chain distinguished by the inclusion of a lantern-like Shaker full of black diamonds.

Moritz Glik chain necklace
Hiroki necklace in 18k gold and blackened silver with 10.64 cts. t.w. black diamonds, 0.26 ct. t.w. white diamonds, and 0.28 ct. t.w. sapphires, $24,950; Moritz Glik

Matte black rings

Sylvie Corbelin’s fairy-tale designs, like this matte black serpent ring meant to coil around the finger, appeal to anyone with a love of fantastical symbols or slightly subversive motifs.

Sylvie Corbelin Serpent ring
Snake ring in blackened 18k gold with diamond eyes, $6,100; Sylvie Corbelin

Minimalist metal bracelets

Threads of precious metal constitute the design of these bestselling bracelets by Elgé, all handmade in Los Angeles.

élgé bracelet
12-row recycled silver bracelet with 18k gold knots, $2,000; Elgé

Talisman-style pendants

Victorian wax seals inspired a collection of talismans by the Canadian brand Pyrrha, based in Vancouver. Peppered with imperfections that proudly show the hand of the maker, the pendants feature a range of motifs and Latin mottos—such as this one depicting a wolf standing atop a mountain with the words “luctor et emergo,” Latin for “struggle and emerge.”

Pyrrha struggle emerge pendant
Struggle and Emerge necklace in sterling silver, $245; Pyrrha

Diamond brooches

With its collage of round, triangular, and straight baguette-cut diamonds, this 1920s brooch is emblematic of the art deco obsession with geometric patterns. Worn as double clips or as a full brooch, it’s the perfect accompaniment to a suit, with just the right amount of holiday sparkle.

Lang Antiques brooch
Brooch/clips in platinum with 6.35 cts. t.w. diamonds, $13,750; Lang Antique & Estate Jewelry

Top: Remember to Live pendant in sterling silver on black freshwater pearl necklace, $445; Pyrrha

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By: Victoria Gomelsky

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