Between shoes, clutches, and now jewels, we’re developing a bit of a pulp addiction. Wood is back in fine jewelry after a too-lengthy hiatus, as designers rediscover its rich hues, fascinating grain patterns, and sturdy nature—ideal for carving and for setting gemstones. Looking for a warm and bohemian accessory? Consider wood a solid choice.
(Top) Bangle in cocobolo wood with 18k gold and a one-of-a-kind quartz; $3,475; Kimberly McDonald, NYC; 646-205- 9994; kimberlymcdonald.com
(Inset) Ali ring in 18k gold–plated silver and hornbeam wood with turquoise; €330 ($370); Aurélie Bidermann, NYC; 212-335-0604; aureliebidermann.com
Marquetry wood earrings in 18k yellow gold with amethysts and diamonds; $9,500; Silvia Furmanovich at Muse, NYC; 866-301-MUSE; silviafurmanovich.com
Necklace in 20k gold with sandalwood and lapis beads and 9.24 cts. t.w. diamonds, moonstone, and smoky quartz; $17,300; Buddha Mama, Miami; 305-213-2107; buddhamama.com
Affinity earrings in 18k gold with organic palm ivory seeds, 0.93 ct. t.w. tsavorite garnets, and 0.1 ct. t.w. diamonds; $2,580; Irthly Jewelled Adornments, Los Angeles; 949-478-4591; irthly.com