2018 Gift Guide: Gifts That Sparkle — Jewelry and More

2018 Gift Guide: Gifts That Sparkle — Jewelry and More

Here’s proof that the most dazzling gifts don’t require diamonds to shine (but we’ve included a few of those too because hello, #girlsbestfriend).

Anne Sisteron 14 Karat Rose Gold Diamond Palmier Leaf Earrings, $7,855

Better Gift Guide 2018: Anne Sisteron 14 Karat Rose Gold Diamond Palmier Leaf Earrings

The Beverly Hills jewelry designer commits to donating 20 percent of her profits to nonprofits including the “I Have a Dream” Foundation and the Children’s Burn Foundation.

Laudi Vidni Bravo Belt Bag, $275-$310

Better Gift Guide 2018: Laudi Vidni Bravo Belt Bag

When this Chicago custom leather shop’s co-founder, Grace Tsao-Wu, passed away from cancer in 2017, co-founder Laura Kofoid committed to supporting Tsao-Wu’s favorite nonprofit, One Million Degrees, which empowers low-income college students.

Westward Leaning x Alexis Bittar Big TV 06 Sunglasses, $325

Better Gift Guide 2018: Westward Leaning x Alexis Bittar Big TV 06 Sunglasses

This collaborative collection was inspired by the molten metals of volcanoes — and a percentage of its net profits will benefit the National Park Foundation.

Dana Rebecca Designs Onyx Earrings, $1,650

Better Gift Guide 2018: Dana Rebecca Designs Onyx Earrings

We love supporting women-owned businesses and are seriously coveting every single one of Dana Rebecca’s stunning jewelry designs.

Mineralogy Champagne Asscher Cut Rustic Diamond Solitaire Ring, $2,180

Better Gift Guide 2018: Mineralogy Champagne Asscher Cut Rustic Diamond Solitaire Ring

Owner and metalsmith Theresa Cowan has committed to donating a portion of all proceeds to charitable organizations including The Toolbox Initiative, which provides materials to jewelers in Africa, allowing them to self-sustain through their trade of metalsmithing.

 

IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Edition “Sharks” Watch, $12,200

Better Gift Guide 2018: IWC Aquatimer Chronograph Edition “Sharks” Watch

Proceeds from this special-edition watch benefit the Charles Darwin Foundation, which was founded in 1959 to ensure the conservation of the environment and biodiversity in the Galapagos archipelago.

 

Feature photo by Joanna Kosinska on Unsplash.