• Silver Bark with Diamond Necklace


    Fall in love with the simplicity of this delicate necklace. Our bark design is accented by a round, white diamond and an oxidized chain for a modern twist.

    Sterling silver bark center with a .03ct round, white diamond, bezel set in 18ky gold. Oxidized sterling silver chain with a lobster clasp.

    Necklace measures approximately 16 1/2 inches.

  • Gold Bark with Diamond Necklace


    A bit of bark…Our 18ky gold medium bark design with added diamond sparkle. A great everyday necklace that can be layered with longer necklaces for added texture.

    18ky gold bark center with a .03ct round, white diamond in an 18ky gold bezel. Oxidized sterling silver chain with lobster clasp.

    16 3/4 inches in length.

  • Chrome Diopside Earrings


    Freeform, flat slices of chrome diopside are accented with swinging, 14ky gold bark textured disks in these eye-catching earrings.

    Chrome diopside is a recently discovered material that gets its green hue from the mineral chromium. It is found primarily in Eastern Siberia.

    14ky gold disks and 14ky gold French style wires.

  • Forest Floor Link Bracelet-Silver


    A nature lover’s go-to. From the Forest Floor Collection, this silver link bracelet blends a bit of each element into one. Leaves, bark, spore prints and pine needles. Layer it with one of the triple leather wrap bracelets for added interest.

    Sterling silver. Lobster style clasp. Measures 7 3/4 inches long.

    Looking for gold? Call our store for additional options.

  • Black Spinel Saddle Bark Ring


    Make a statement with this saddle ring with bark texture with a round, faceted black spinel, bezel set in 18ky gold.

    Sterling silver saddle bark ring. Ring tapers to 4 inches at its tallest point. Size 8 1/2.

  • Bark Hoop Earrings


    Sterling silver hoops with tree bark texturing.

    Earrings measure 7/8 of an inch in diameter.



  • Bark Earrings


    Becky’s inspiration behind these bark earrings came from a walk in the woods near the Dune trail in Sleeping Bear National Park. She saw some recent woodpecker activity in one of the trees, which translated into the earrings you see today!