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We'll be honest — we almost gave up on the idea that a jewelry line could look equally cool on both guys and gals, until of course, we happened to stumble upon Sticks & Stones' latest fall pieces. The androgynous collection is a rustic compilation of alluring wooden rings, cuff links, and necklaces that would finish off any folkloric ensemble. Basically, San Franciscans are going to be all over this Pacific Northwest-based brand.
Drawing inspiration from the past and present, the Portland label Sticks & Stones (comprised of three dudes — Stephan Alexander, Benjamin Posin, and Marc Ishida) employs materials from modern elk antlers to reclaimed exotic woods in order to create fashion pieces that are truly down to earth. We selected the most rock-solid adornments for your peeping pleasure that you can peruse after the jump. And once you decide on your fave genderless gem, use the code Refinery29 at checkout to scoop 'em up at 25% off!
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