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.
Striking craftsmanship and vibrant gemstones give these heirloom-inspired pieces — by Chimento and Slane — a decidedly contemporary feel. Adorn yourself with intricately linked station necklaces and cuffs (in rose and yellow gold), drop earrings, coil bracelets, and elegant cocktail rings set with smoky topaz, garnet, and crystal quartz.
North Carolina-born sisters Heath and Landon Slane are behind this elegantly whimsical jewelry line, so it's no surprise that their modern pieces evoke such decidedly stately charm. Inspired by things like architecture and nature, this pretty collection includes intricate basketweave earrings, sleek bangles and cuffs, classically versatile station necklaces, and cute bee pendants and rings.
Sisters Heath and Landon Slane’s love affair with fine sterling silver comes from their admiration for the treasured heirlooms that have been passed down for generations in their family. The design duo imbues each of their hand-cast, hand-finished creations with the same stately charm, and by using sustainable, recycled metals, this elegant array of trilliant-cut gemstone studs, diamond cocktail rings, and ornate pendants make a decidedly modern statement as well.
Stunning cocktail rings, bracelets, and studs, handmade from sustainable metals.