Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Jon's Bling

Now we know where to shop for Jon for the holidays...

Made entirely in Los Angeles by founder Josh Warner and his staff, the line is something of a distilled look at the past, with the most innovative clasps and mechanisms this side of the industrial revolution.

This brand is authentic Americana to the core. Admired equally for the perfection of the Spanish Cross, the elegant hand-assembled chains and the venerable Model 10 Bracelet, this is communication on a visceral level. Every facet of the line is steeped in Warner’s spare-no-expense attitude of “do it right or not at all”.

You can visit Josh Warner's website at

~ Hath


Summer November 30, 2011 at 10:22 AM  

My husband has their Jack Skull bracelet. Great quality stuff.

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