Good Art, a small LA-based men's accessories brand of 30 years, was recently discovered by Self Edge. The San Francisco retailer tout Good Art as one of their new favorites and best in men's jewelry, and we think it's for good reason.
Using only the finest precious metals and leather from Wicket & Craig, a Pennsylvanian tannery founded in 1867, Good Art make everything from functional keychains to fine jewelry that's both rugged and refined. They use sterling silver in "every place they can," even in hidden details. Their aesthetic is a bit of rebellious rock 'n roll mixed with biker chic, with hefty metal chain and leather combinations that are both visually bold and physically weighty.
Included with a purchase of every piece is a unique Certificate of Authenticity for future services or resale potential, made by folding US Dollar bills and laminating them. You can shop the styles here, with prices ranging from $120 for leather accessories to $1,300 for sterling silver bracelets.