2013 Gift Guide: 20+ Jewelry Picks

by Amy Azzarito

Jewelry (followed closely by beauty products) is one of my favorite gifts to give (and receive) because I just love the frivolity of it. It’s what a good present should be – indulgent and pretty. In the old days (pre-Pinterest), it might have been a little tough to chose jewelry for someone, but now that you can get a sneak peek at a style board, it should be easy to tell if your friend is lusting after gold or silver, something black or more colorful. I personally have a star thing that has been happening for a couple of years (which might be evident from my picks). Happy shopping! –Amy

See all the jewelry picks and links after the jump!

Image above: 1. michael kors slim runway watch $180 | 2. large beaded hoop $45 | 3. dangling star earrings $68 | 4. star wire rings $40 | 5. cleopatra studd earrings in black onyx $132 | 6. star earrings $50 | 7. aztec bangle bracelet $48 | 8. long curved bar stud $120 | 9. dome pyramid stud cuff $58 | 10. feather earrings $45

Image above: 1. thread and tassel bracelet $48 | 2. ancestor ring, deep magenta $85 | 3. minimalist color study necklace $80 | 4. brass cuff with stones $68 | 5. set of five grey onyx and gold rings $115 | 6. brass bracelet with blue knotted leather $140

Image above: Jewelry by Rubanesque, created using antique French ribbons (We featured a home tour with the designer here  – it was one of my favorites!) Designer Ruth Ribeaucourt is offering Design*Sponge readers a 10% discount with the code NOEL10 on everything in the shop. The code will be live till Dec 31 2013.

Image above: bronze ring $41

Image above: contour cuff $38

Image above, from left: brass temple cuff $65 gate earrings $115

Image above: stone & gold bracelet $88

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