Sisters Heath and Landon Slane teamed up in 1997 to design a collection of high-end sterling silver jewelry that would become “tomorrow’s heirlooms." Though their company's name has changed over the years (original name: Slane & Slane), its sources of inspiration — architecture, nature, and spirituality — remain the same. Handcrafted from recycled silver and 18-karat gold, Slane jewelry includes a series dedicated to bees (stand-out pieces: diamond pavé rings shaped like honeycomb), luxurious tassel earrings and pendants made of tiny basket-weave beads, Maltese crosses, mixed-metal fleur de lis pendants, and bold column bangle bracelets featuring contrasting textures and classic shapes. Slane has appeared on the covers of <i>Vogue</i> and <i>Town & Country</i> and adorned the likes of Gisele and Oprah.
Exotic baubles, from colored gemstone cuffs to pavé diamond pendants
Stack your wrist with colorful enamel bangles, gemstone cuffs, and more
Exquisite, Eastern-inspired accents by the Turkish designer, and more
Eclectic statement-makers with an elevated bohemian appeal.