Being in quarantine, however, brought out the worst part of my impulse buying habit; last month I encountered an array of black-owned brands that have officially made me a long-time customer. One thing I always look for is jewelry. Whether you are looking for striking pieces, vintage finds or everyday jewelry, I have done the honors to put together these incredible lines of jewelry owned by Black. If your love for fine jewelry knows no bounds and you’re looking for other ways to show your support for the black community, stop by and be ready to add these pieces to your cart.
Bold and vibrant jewelry rooted in West African influence.
BR Design Co.
Modern and colorful polymer clay earrings in Charleston, South Carolina.
A large collection that ranges from simple and subtle everyday jewelry to luxurious signature pieces.
Jam + Rico
Playing on the owner’s Jamaican and Puerto Rican background, these products are imbued with a playful Caribbean touch.
Oma the label
A collection designed to make women feel and appear empowered and confident.
Sustainable and minimalist jewelry made in Astoria, New York, and made from recycled materials.
Stella & Haas
Classic statement jewelry with a large collection of unisex pieces.
Modern pieces with a bohemian flavor filled with options perfect for stacking and layering.
Ethical jewelry handmade with fair trade African gold and fine metals of global origin. These jewels are made with the intention of being worn every day and to honor all of our ties to Africa.
Unique earrings made in the Netherlands, inspired by the owner’s Caribbean roots.
A collection that combines modernity and individualism in each room.
Timeless jewelry imbued with mixed influences.
A minimalist collection for the modern woman.