Bario-Neal's recycled packaging (small stoppered glass bottles and loose muslin bags) are as lovely as the loot inside. The line's new Camac collection recently caught our eye and features angel hair-thin chains and small silver-cast flowers on clasps and rings. Philly-based designers Anna Bario and Page Neal are extremely conscientious about their methods and materials: Gems come from ethical sources, metals are extracted from industrial materials, plus, the pair writes a research blog about pertinent issues within the jewelry industry. It's a most wonderful thing when silver goes green... and even more wonderful at a discount! Bario-Neal is offering a 35% discount on any items from both their Alluvial and Camac collections to any Refinery29 customer who orders directly from their site. To receive the discount code, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org throughout November. You can also check out their work at The Metal Shop, a temporary jewelry emporium in the Issey Miyake Tribeca store. From tonight until November 17, it will be host to a variety of compelling designers like Digby and Iona and Dahl by Alison Kelly in addition to Bario-Neal.
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