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One of my favorite parts of the shop is the vintage jewelry section. I love fantasizing about who might have worn each piece – the ceremonies it commemorated, the parties it attended, how many times it was passed down to heirs before ending up in ESQUELETO’s collection. One of the beautiful things about fine jewelry is its enduring nature. This week I speculated about which contemporary pieces might end up as timeless treasures many years down the road. Here I’ve gathered ten items that stand out, because of their unique designs and beautiful materials, as those super special future heirlooms.
      • ThreeDiamondRing

        Three Diamond Ring Lauren Wolf Jewelry The most fought-over heirloom is always grandma’s engagement ring. This three-diamond beauty by Lauren Wolf Jewelry is both of its time and completely timeless. A ring that will be worn with love for many lifetimes over!

      • BrownDiamondHExagonRing

        Hexagon Brown Diamond Ring by Satomi Kawakita Jewelry A stack of Satomi Kawakita rings will always be a coveted treasure. Fortunately, you can split the stack up and give each grandchild a ring of their own!

      • WoodEarrings

        Petrified Wood Earrings Melissa Joy Manning These one of kind statement earrings from Melissa Joy Manning are really a work of art. They will be appreciated as a bold wardrobe staple now and a tiny treasure to pass along years from now.

      • constellation


        Constellation Ring by Polly Wales Truly inventive artisans transcend the trends of their day and are sought by collectors generations later. Polly’s signature cast-in-place method ensures her work will be admired 100+ years in the future.

      • BarnacleBarNecklace

        Barnacle Bar Necklace by Johnny Ninos Jewelry Another designer with a singular vision is Johnny Ninos. This sea-inspired 18k gold and diamond barnacle necklace will be recognized as a Ninos classic for years to come.

      • DiamondSkullStuds

        Diamond Skull Studs by Anthony Lent Luxury with a face! Anthony Lent’s uniquely fanciful designs will stand the test of time because of their whimsical vision and never-be-boring attitude.

      • Sapphire

        Sapphire Necklace by Kaylin Hertel Remember that one necklace in grandma’s jewelry box that always made you feel super special when she’d let you try it on? This is that necklace.

      • BasaltDropNecklace


        Basalt Double Drop Necklace by Lou Zeldis A cult favorite amongst artisan jewelry aficionados, the late Lou Zeldis’ work is already sought by those in the know all over the globe. I have no doubt his work will end up in museum collections- and in your jewelry box.

      • Pearl

        Pearl Bar Hoops by Ten Thousand things A cult favorite amongst artisan jewelry aficionados, the late Lou Zeldis’ work is already sought by those in the know all over the globe. I have no doubt his work will end up in museum collections- and in your jewelry box.

      • BarnacleBarNecklace

        Rainbow Moonstone Cocktail Ring by Kimberlin Brown A showstopper cocktail ring, like this rainbow moonstone and diamond stunner, will always be cherished not only for its bold design but also for the memories of the special occasions that it was worn.