Tuesday, June 29, 2010

pretty baubles won't break your bank!

Jewelry designer Erica Weiner has been working out of her Lower East Side NYC studio since 2005 creating beautiful keepsake treasures inspired by exploration and worldly travels. Each one of her jewelry pieces has an emphasis on quality craftsmanship and is made with vintage parts, unique charms and flea market finds paired with brass, silver and gold metals. Adornments are sourced through her many travels and years of collecting curiosities.

Each one of her affordable creations has a vintage, antique, keepsake feel to it, and seems to tell an intriguing story about the piece and the wearer.

Some of the popular pieces at Pink Olive include the limited edition "book lover" necklace featuring an antique copper hinged locket in the shape of a tiny book matched with a yellow brass heart charm with a key-shaped cut-out that reads "he who holds the key can unlock my heart." - The book cover opens to reveal a small space where you can stash whatever you wish. This necklace is guaranteed to make any book lover or writer swoon!

Another one of our favorites is the sterling-silver scissors charm necklace. The tiny hinged scissors really open and close! A 16" long sterling-silver chain is threaded through the smaller of the scissors' handles. It’s the perfect gift for any fashionista, craft lover or hairdresser.

Be sure to check out our latest edition to our Erica Weiner line, the gumball stacking rings. 4 mix and match vintage gumball style rings made up of various metals including copper, stainless steel, brass and silver stack up to make a collection to be worn together. Some rings are set with sparkly rhinestones and faux gems and make up a dazzling collection on your finger. No two gumball stack rings are alike and they can be worn together or alone. You’ll love how fun these are to wear.

Stop by Pink Olive and browse our whole collection of Erica Weiner jewelry including necklaces, earrings, and rings.

Happy shopping!



  1. Just became a new follower and so glad I found your blog (: I look forward to coming back for future posts!

    Love these designs...so eclectic and fun!


  2. love these new pieces....and all of her work:)

    hope you are having a great week!


  3. michele,
    thanks for your sweet note! welcome! :)

    thanks miss b! hope you're having an awesome 4th of july weekend! xx


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