Whether they’re in the market for an industrial-chic timepiece, an offbeat bracelet, an unembellished metal band, or a bling-tastic statement ring (think diamonds galore), your customers will love shopping your eclectic, trendy-but-still-timeless men’s jewelry selection.
CHUNK IT UP
Bigger is always better when it comes to an eye-catching chrono.
Royal Oak Offshore chronograph with black ceramic case and bezel and rubber strap; $41,800; Audemars Piguet, NYC; 646-375-0807; audemarspiguet.com
Create a bohemian rhapsody with beaded and macramé wrist art.
La Barra macramé bracelet with five silver crosses, $280, Zadeh New York, NYC, 212-744- 2820, zadehny.com; cord bracelet with silver skulls and frosted black onyx, $725, William Henry, McMinnville, Ore., 888-563-4500, williamhenry.com; Feather triple-wrap bracelet in black leather with turquoise, $550, David Yurman, NYC, 212-752-4255, davidyurman.com
KING OF DIAMONDS
You’ll be royally flush with this fellowship of rings.
Square ring in silver with diamonds, $3,990, Tacori, Glendale, Calif., 800-421-9844, tacori.com; ring in 18k gold with diamonds and garnets, $19,000, Alex Soldier, NYC, 212-354-4244, alexsoldier.com; band in 14k rose gold with colorless and champagne-color diamonds, $2,850, Shy Creation, Los Angeles, 213-623-8900, shycreation.com
PINK LIKE A MAN
Stop and smell the rose gold.
History band in 18k rose gold, $2,200, Karen Karch, NYC, 212-965-9699, karenkarch.com; Altiplano watch with 40 mm 18k rose gold case, sapphire crystal case back, and ultra-thin hand-wound mechanical movement with small seconds, $19,000, Piaget, NYC, 877-8PIAGET, piaget.com
SNAKE ON A CHAIN
A silvery, sinewy serpent is always in style.
THAT’S THE CUFF
Get linked in with this can’t-miss guys’ jewelry staple.