8 Black-Owned Jewelry Brands to Make Your Wedding Sparkle

Add some glitz to your bridal look with these gorgeous baubles.
Black-owned wedding jewelry brands
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Updated Jan 08, 2024
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Whether you're a wedding guest or the bride, your bridal day look isn't complete without some fabulous statement jewelry. If you're looking to adorn yourself with some new pieces, there are some chic Black-owned jewelry companies whose artistic designs go beyond generic gold hoops and predictable pearls.

These brands not only showcase their founders' distinct creative perspectives, but they contribute to a more inclusive industry. Their eye-catching designs run the gamut—from vintage-inspired to affordable classics and even glamorous fine jewelry. Additionally, this diverse range of brands covers every personal style, price point, and bridal need. Keep reading for our curated list of 8 of the best Black-owned jewelry brands to shop now.

Our Favorite Black-Owned Jewelry Brands


Khiry Black-owned emerald wedding ring
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Why we love it: It doesn't get cooler than this NYC-based, fine jewelry brand founded by Jameel Mohammed to disrupt the conventional jewelry industry. It displays artistry and self-expression on a different level to capture Mohammed's signature afro-futurist design aesthetic. Yes, the prices are steep, but each memorable piece is guaranteed to be one-of-a-kind. The company also offers bespoke custom designs so you can bring your jewelry dreams to life.

What we're picking: Two Talon Stud Drops, Pavillion Ring, Tiny Khartoum Pendant

Where to shop: Admiral Row | Saks | Net-a-Porter l All Stockists

Omi Woods

Omi Woods Black-owned gold wedding jewelry
Photo: Omi Woods

Why we love them: As a GIA-certified Applied Jewelry Professional, Ashley Alexis McFarlane founded Omi Woods to pay homage to her Afro-Indigenous Caribbean heritage and make modern heirlooms that celebrate the African diaspora. The collection is fabricated from ethically sourced African gold and is rich with African symbolism, like the ancient Egyptian ankh symbol. It's the perfect accessory if you want your bridal jewelry to have a deeper meaning. Omi Woods is also one of the few Black-owned jewelry brands on Etsy.

What we're picking: The Ankh Diamond Eternity Ring II, The Bamboo Diamond Eternity Wrap Ring, The Pearl and Gemstone Bar Stud Earrings

Where to shop: Omi Woods | Etsy

Ten Wilde Jewelry

Ten Wilde Black-owned  diamond studded hoops wedding jewelry
Photo: Ten Wilde

Why we love them: Designed in Los Angeles, this affordable jewelry line is the perfect intersection of trendy and timeless. Founder Tenisha Wilde created the brand in 2016 with the modern and versatile woman in mind. She also drew from her passion for travel and global fashion while designing the collection. The all-gold selection of versatile hoops, layering chains, body jewelry, bracelets, and pendant necklaces are all gold-plated, gold-filled, and solid gold. Her pavé pieces are great add-ons for casual ceremonies.

What we're picking: Marquise Drip Choker, Pave Triangle Hoops, Diamond Heart Bezel Bracelet

Where to shop: Ten Wilde

Almasika Fine Jewelry

Almasika Fine Jewelry Black-owned gold bracelet wedding jewelry
Photo: Almasika Fine Jewelry

Why we love them: After working for various diamond brands, including De Beers, designer Catherine Sarr was inspired to jumpstart her own line of luxe fine jewelry and Almasika was born. Today, the Black-owned fine jewelry brand has an array of sophisticated pieces that have been spotted on Michelle Obama. From dainty items to sparkly statement-makers, every sculptural piece that Sarr designs make for perfect wedding day jewelry.

What we're picking: Pave Diamond Berceau Open Cuff, Universum Pave Ring With Center Diamond, Berceau Diamond Huggies

Where to shop: Almasika | Net-A-Porter | Reinhold Jewelers | Twist stores nationwide

Admiral Row

Admiral Row Black-owned gold bracelet wedding jewelry
Photo: Admiral Row

Created by an Atlanta-based couple, this handcrafted, Black-owned men's and women's jewelry brand is truly a labor of love. Together they launched a budget-friendly (under $100!), ethically sourced jewelry company with a well-made selection of baubles. When it comes to designs, their one-of-a-kind pieces incorporate semi-precious stones, like rose quartz and freshwater pearls, with durable chains and components. They also have a 'vintage shop' with gorgeous retro-influenced pieces that would instantly glam up an LBD.

What we're picking: Vintage Monet Chainmail Drop Earrings, Black CZ Chain Jacket Earrings, Vintage Givenchy Gold Double Lock Bracelet

Where to shop: Admiral Row | Online Boutiques | Local Boutiques


Dan-Yell gold bracelet Black-owned wedding jewelry
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Why we love them: Danyell Rascoe has been fascinated with gems since she was a small child. While on a business trip to India, as an adult, her passion for stones was reignited. Upon returning home, she created her namesake brand with an ethos "to merge classic, modern, and ancient design elements". Made from 10k gold and sterling silver, her distinct jewelry is encrusted with colorful semiprecious gemstones and a recurring snake motif. Her blue sapphire pieces would make for a perfect 'something blue'.

What we're picking: Luar Ruby Hoops, 10K Aziza Ring, Adep 10K Bracelet

Where to shop: Dan-Yell | Audry Rose | The Jewelry Edit | Local Boutiques

By Chari

By Chari Black-owned gold necklace wedding jewelry
Photo: By Chari

Why we love them: Established in 2012 by Chari Cuthbert, ByChari is a sophisticated jewelry line intended for those who appreciate minimalism but demand luxury. The line ranges from delicate everyday pieces to glamorous fine jewelry and even includes a breathtaking bridal line. If you're still not convinced, trendsetters Michelle Obama and Kate Hudson have both been spotted rocking their pieces.

What we're picking: Blue Sapphire and Diamond Lariat No.2355, Diamond Initials And Diamond Necklace, Kelia Bracelet

Where to shop: By Chari | Nordstrom | Amazon l Lyst l Velvet


Kevia Black-owned earrings wedding jewelry
Photo: Kevia

Why we love them: This eco-friendly brand stems from founder Kevia Jeffrey-West's love of travel and sustainability. Each stunning design is inspired by "the allure of places near and far; each reflecting an earthy brilliance". The unique pieces, mostly under $100, feature colorful gemstones, that would be the perfect accessory for a tropical wedding. As a bonus, each bracelet is adjustable and necklaces include a free 5' chain extender, so you can customize them to suit your style.

What we're picking: Ophelia Earring, Ophelia Necklace, Vita Ring

Where to shop: Kevia, Amazon

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