Whiskey & Wine: My Favorite Affordable Handmade Jewelry

If I’m truly honest, I have to admit that I’m not a huge jewelry wearer—I have a whole two necklaces to my name—but this shop is a game changer for me! Whiskey & Wine is an affordable handmade jewelry business out of Portland, Oregon, with gorgeous, yet simple, pieces that you could wear with anything in your closet. I already have one of her pieces and it definitely won’t be my last.

Below are a few of my favorites from her shop.

  • Arrows Necklace 1 of 8

    A stunning vintage brass triple triangle necklace.

    $24 from Whiskey & Wine


  • Brass Chevron Earrings 2 of 8

    Brass chevron earrings made out of vintage materials

    $14 from Whiskey & Wine

  • Mint & Brass Necklace 3 of 8

    I love the contrast between the mint clay beads and brass. This one is stunning! 

    $22 from Whiskey & Wine

  • Brass Triangle Necklace 4 of 8

    This may be my favorite piece in the whole shop! I love the simplicity of it, plus triangles are one of my favorite trends right now. 

    $20 from Whiskey & Wine

  • Faceted Drop Necklace 5 of 8

    I love the mix of textures in this piece. Hand cut beads available in gold, granite, and pearl.

    $24 from Whiskey & Wine

  • Brass Cubes Necklace 6 of 8
    Brass Cube Necklace

    Wow. This is one gorgeous necklace. Bold yet understated enough to go with just about anything in your closet. 

    $24 from Whiskey & Wine

  • Color Dipped Triangle Earrings 7 of 8
    Color Dipped Triangle Earrings

    I'm not a huge wearer of earrings but I'd put these on my ears in a second. Available in Peach, Black and Mint.

    $10 from Whiskey & Wine

  • Mint Geo & Triangle Necklace 8 of 8
    Mint geo and Triangle Necklace

    The faceted mint bead and brass triangle is the perfect mix of edgy and classic. 

    $24 from Whiskey & Wine

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