St. Kilda Jewelry was founded in 2004 by designer Nora Kogan. In the Park Slope, Brooklyn, store you can see the largest assortment of St. Kilda pieces, with new designs appearing in the cases regularly. Located in the former Conservation Plumbing storefront, their Fifth Avenue store also doubles as a studio.
All of St. Kilda jewelry is made locally. They exclusively use recycled metals and conflict-free stones in all of their designs. St. Kilda strives to be authentic and they do this by maintaining close relationships with everyone involved in producing the St. Kilda line. Every piece is finished with great detail in the studio and they hope that the spirit and intent infused in each piece is passed onto the wearer.
My favorite pieces are the dainty, snake rings set with diamonds. Take a look for yourself at StKildaJewelry.com.