Spring Shipment: Old Hollywood

Veronica Cassidy of Greenpoint jewelry boutique, Old Hollywood, knows a thing or two about sustainable style and gorgeous, locally-crafted baubles. We got her top seven picks for spring.

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Catherine Blair Pfander
Veronica Cassidy of Greenpoint jewelry boutique, Old Hollywood, knows a thing or two about sustainable style and gorgeous, locally-crafted baubles. Her premiere spring pick: a brass and 22 karat gold plate necklace by Lingua Nigra, $230
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Catherine Blair Pfander
The day of our visit, Veronica was sporting a small antler necklace by designer Sara Dudzinsky of Better Late Than Never. "She also cuts earrings and necklaces out of antique sterling silver serving trays and adorns them with stones like sapphire and citrine"
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Plug rings by Artifacts by Casey. Says Veronica, "What I love is that our jewelry isn't primarily designed with dainty-ness in mind. You can see that clearly in pieces like the plug rings by Artifacts and the unisex watchgear-inspired jewelry by Tirana."
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Catherine Blair Pfander
Handmade leather bags by Erin Templeton. "I'm committed to the sustainability of jewelry making, as is the store, so I love to see lines that use recycled and found materials in creative ways, like Erin Templeton, Tirana, A Vintage State of Mind and our house line by Tiffany Porter." Might this be the revival of all those animal-inspired backpacks of the early 90's?
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Sweet charm necklaces by Caja, $50 each. "[These] charms are absolutely precious. You can see the precision in each hand-cut piece, and necklaces like the mustache charm and the rib cage have a great sense of humor to them," says Veronica.
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Dress necklaces and "collars" made from fabric of vintage dresses combined with hand-sewn beads, feathers and appliques from A Vintage State of Mind by Sybil Domond
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Catherine Blair Pfander
Cool clockwork jewelry from Tirana, constructed from 100% post-consumer recycled metals.
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