When a man considers wearing jewelry, he should always keep in mind the old adage “less is more”. While we recommend that you stay away from wearing jewelry during something like a job interview, it can be perfectly acceptable on a day-to-day basis or when hitting the town for the night.
If done properly, a piece of jewelry can add some flare to your wardrobe and show off some of your personality. So, here are twelve fab jewelry designers for men, where you can find the right ring, cufflinks, bracelet, or necklace to compliment you and your fashion sense.
Armenta takes pride in their hand-crafted jewelry that is made from precious metals and unique gemstones, while honoring “the noble heritage of Spanish culture and literature that have made certain figures of the past, real and imaginary, objects of fascination for centuries”.
Their Romero collection is specifically designed for men and is derived “from a composite image of legendary aficionados whose proud determination and erotically charged athleticism fuelled ambitions of young boys and imaginations of writers, artists, and sportsmen for generations”.
This renowned French designer has almost every kind of jewelry or accessory you could think of. But, if you’re looking for a ring or bracelet you really don’t need to look any further.
This high-end jeweler in New York City is known for his signature cable bracelet (a twisted helix adorned with gemstones on its finial ends). There a few that can make sterling silver look so good.
This jewelry and home accessories company was founded by John Hardy in 1989. The company has become known for its Asian inspired designs and traditional handmade jewelry techniques. It also markets itself as a “sustainable luxury” brand and their products are perfect for the daily grind.
King Baby Studio
Mitchell Binder, the designer and owner of Santa Monica based King Baby Studio, made his name by becoming the go-o jeweler for Hollywood and rock stars. Today, you can feel like a rock of your own by getting one of his pieces that unite chunky sterling silver with precious stones and leather.
This Greek designer is known throughout the world for its unique designs and remarkable artisan-ship. All their products remain individually crafted in Athens and are created from sterling silver and 18 karat gold. Collections are inspired by art, architecture, mythology, and people of Greece as fused through the creative genius of Konstantino Sioulas.
Ravi Ratan specializes in luxury men’s cufflinks. They add a modern twist to classic cufflinks, like making a set of USB cufflinks. They also claim that their sterling silver collection is second to none when it comes to value, by using only the highest quality precious metals, stones and enamels.
This Paris-born designer founded his own jewelry line in 1993 and specializes in sterling silver. Rotenier’s innovative pieces are not only handmade, they also have something that every man would proudly wear.
If you’re looking for a wedding band, then you should stop at Scott Kay. Their design is intended to evoke luxury, integrity and strength. Besides being a piece of art, their rings will never crack, chip or fade. That’s quality.
Stephen Webster has been a Creative Director of the world’s oldest jewellery house Garrard since 2008, and is one of the leading British jewellery designers. His eye for detail and craftsmanship have earned Webster numerous awards and fans across the world. If you’re still looking for something that will make you feel like a rock star, this is the place.
Tiffany & Co.
Tiffany & Co. has been the world’s premier jeweler and America’s house of design since 1837, so owning a piece from the famed jeweler should be a no-brainier for those seeking a sophisticated accessory.
Triton is for men searching for a modern designer. Their contemporary metal rings, bracelets, pendants and necklaces have impressive detail and are hand crafted.
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