Trumping other jewelery lines in both stylishness and ethicality, Paula Jerome‘s Atlantic City collection is teeming with charms inspired by childhood summers spent at the seaside city. Tiny baubles fashioned to look like salt water taffy, the local jitney, and vintage postcards offer a twee dose of glamour intended for layering, mixing and matching at your discretion.
The 100% recycled sterling silver and 14-karat gold charms recently received a star-studded boost at this year’s Emmy Awards, with cast members and producers from HBO’s Boardwalk Empire sporting Jerome creations on the red carpet. If the show’s win is any indication, Jerome’s jewelery provides good luck in addition to eco-consciousness on the design front.
Equally “charming” are selections from Jerome’s Gratitude and Snowflake collections, whose pearl-peppered trinkets and gem studded, Tree of Life-inspired earrings are delicate symbols of nature’s beauty. For Jerome, our planet isn’t semi-precious; it’s something to be cherished, and her consciously created jewelry reflects this belief.