MARK DAVIS

The Brooklyn-based jeweler returns with a new lineup of his trademark bangles, which he crafts from repurposed bakelite—a hand-carved resin formerly used to create jewelry in the early 20th century, and which Davis sources from unusual antiques such as jukeboxes and kitchen utensils. In his signature vibrant, uplifting hues—think: grass and forest green, a neon-acidic lime, and marbleized shades of brown, merlot, and cotton candy pink—each comes punctuated with contrasting-colored, ethically-sourced stones, from garnet and citrine to peridot and Canadamark diamonds.

Style tip: wear yours stacked up the arm—and keep everything else pared back and neutral.  
 

MARK DAVIS

The Brooklyn-based jeweler returns with a new lineup of his trademark bangles, which he crafts from repurposed bakelite—a hand-carved resin formerly used to create jewelry in the early 20th century, and which Davis sources from unusual antiques such as jukeboxes and kitchen utensils. In his signature vibrant, uplifting hues—think: grass and forest green, a neon-acidic lime, and marbleized shades of brown, merlot, and cotton candy pink—each comes punctuated with contrasting-colored, ethically-sourced stones, from garnet and citrine to peridot and Canadamark diamonds.

Style tip: wear yours stacked up the arm—and keep everything else pared back and neutral.  
 

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