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9 Black-Owned Jewelry Brands To Love and Support

Everything from statement-making designs to timeless classics.

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In honor of Black History Month, observed in February every year, we’re highlighting Black-owned jewelry labels to love and support every day. Whether you’re searching for a meaningful piece or simply surfing the web, our list features designers creating everything from artful accessories to timeless classics.

Our top picks include Beads Byaree, which makes wearable art, as well as By Chari, known for its initial necklaces. Elsewhere, we’re highlighting Lace by Tanaya‘s stunning body accessories, as well as Oma the Label‘s versatile gold pieces.

Continue scrolling to see some of our favorite jewelry brands below.

While you’re here, check out our list of Black women-owned fashion labels to support every day.

Beads Byaree

Beads Byaree may not be for everyday wear, but the label creates wearable art perfect for statement-making looks. With support from names like Solange and Tracee Ellis Ross, the brand — founded by Areeayl Goodwin — is loved for its unique designs that sell out in minutes.

By Chari

By Chari marked its breakout moment when its “Vote” necklace was worn by Michelle Obama during her speech at the Democratic National Convention in 2020. Initial necklaces are a signature of the LA-based brand, in addition to golden bracelets and anklets.

Lace by Tanaya

Lace by Tanaya first took off for its “earlace,” a combination of an earring and necklace created by model and actress Tanaya Henry. The label specializes in both ready-to-wear and custom jewelry, from classic gold designs to stunning body jewelry pieces covered in Swarovski crystals.

Mateo

Founded by Matthew Harris, Mateo has been spotted on A-list celebrities like Rihanna, Megan Thee Stallion and Zendaya. The New York-based label makes everything from minimalist gold chain accessories to statement-making rings.

Oma the Label

Oma the Label is for those on the lookout for bold, gold jewelry. Founded by New York-based fashion stylist Neumi Anekhe, the brand is loved for its chunky rings and necklaces, as well as body jewelry.

Omi Woods

Through her label Omi Woods, designer Ashley Alexis McFarlane aims to design contemporary heirlooms that celebrate the African diaspora. Each piece is handmade with fair trade African gold and globally sourced recycled and conflict-free fine metals.

SOKO

SOKO works with local artisans in Kenya through its tech-powered manufacturing platform. Putting people first, the brand creates classic designs through ethical processes.

Third Crown

Backed by Beyoncé, Kristin and Kofi Essel’s Third Crown is known for its contemporary jewelry pieces that often feature geometric shapes. The brand’s gender-neutral rings, bracelets, necklaces and more are timeless and can be worn with any casual or formal look.

White/Space Jewelry

Founded by Parsons alum Khadijah Fulton, White/Space Jewelry is a label that focuses on quality over quantity, using recycled gold and conflict-free stones for its mindfully designed pieces. Some of the brand’s bestsellers include its delicate earrings and necklaces.

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