CANNON LEWIS — Natural motifs of leaves and birds meet sharp edges and sparkling stones in Cannon Lewis’ 14-karat gold and sterling silver jewelry. “Nature and architecture are the principal inspirations — the juxtaposition of free and flowing lines with architectural structure,” Lewis says. Poetic engravings like “Hearts Fire,” sometimes translated into Latin, give added meaning to her sculpted pieces, many of which are one of a kind. Next up, a bigger selection of baubles retailing for less than $1,000, such as her $725 sand dollar dove necklace. Cannon Lewis jewelry is available at cannonlewis.com, as well as Stanley Korshak in Dallas, Broken English in Brentwood, Calif., and select Barneys New York stores. — Holly Haber
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