Silver: Mismatched Earrings and a Math-Inspired Bracelet


Make Me a Mismatch

Perfect matches in jewelry are so overrated. With today’s must-be-unique mindset—especially among millennials—collectors are encouraged to celebrate individual style, and mismatched earring sets are one way to do so. Stores can offer single earring studs or purposely pair oddball mates; just be prepared to do a little explaining to those unfamiliar with the idea.

Mismatched Fork and Spoon earrings in silver; $118; Alex Woo, NYC; 877-966-4266; Crescent Moon & Stars mismatched earrings in oxidized sterling silver and 18k gold with 0.25 ct. t.w. diamonds; $2,000; Genevieve Yang, Santa Rosa, Calif.; 650-387-3491;



Going Spiral

Inspired by the mathematical Fibonacci sequence, which gives rise to a perfect spiral-like design, designer Martha Seely has created a cuff that could easily become a second skin for wearers. The modern style, made in Argentium silver with a matte finish and a rivet-set akoya pearl, boasts an understated elegance that’s easy for many to appreciate. And at just over $200, the bracelet is truly design within reach.

Sequence collection cuff in Argentium silver with 5.5 mm akoya pearl, $210,