"Innovative designs are making silver pieces more luxurious than ever."—O's Creative Director Adam Glassman From left to right
A 1920s-inspired grape motif jazzes up a cocktail ring for night.
George Jensen, $590, georgjensen.com.
This intricate, white-sapphire-detailed ring is delicate and statement-making at the same time.
Judith Ripka, $600, judithripka.com.
Natural touches—pebbled texture, a lotus leaf clasp—make a splurge-worthy bead necklace feel unique. This necklace sparkles with 1.8 carats of pavé-cut diamonds.
Coomi, $3,800, coomi.com.
With pavé rhodolite stones all around, this bangle is stunning layered or alone.
Coomi, $1,500, coomi.com.
The Right Angles
Deco details and a geometric design give this bracelet an estate-piece look.
Judith Ripka, $1,600, judithripka.com.
A woven cuff adds polish to work outfits and cocktail dresses alike.
Roberto Coin, $1,452, neimanmarcus.com.
Bold and Beautiful
A classic bangle is more affordable—and lightweight—when created with silver-plated brass.
Robert Lee Morris, $295, 212-431-9405.
A hammered surface elevates this oversize piece. Robert Lee Morris, $550, 212-431-9405.
How to Care for Silver
"Frequent wear prevents tarnishing, while humidity accelerates it," says James Crespo, president of Georg Jensen North America. When not in use, silver should be stored in a dry place (never in plastic). At the first sign of yellowing, gently clean with a silver-polish cloth, available at hardware stores.