Pick of the Slither: Whiting & Davis Launches a New Jewelry Line

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Photograph by Bruce Peterson. Styling by Coleen Gannon/Team. Model, Faren/Click. Snake provided by Curious Creatures, Groveland.

Snakes are in again at Whiting & Davis. For its first fashion jewelry line in 20 years, the Attleboro Falls–based company has updated its iconic serpent bracelets with pavé crystals and colorful enameling—and introduced new designs like the sophisticated “Marion” style, shown here, made from scalelike metal mesh. “It feels fresh, it feels young, it feels new,” says head designer Aimie Maston of the enamel that dots these and other pieces in the just-launched collection (which also includes necklaces, rings, and earrings). Not to mention fierce enough to keep at arm’s length.

Shown above: “Marion” double-wrap hematite bracelets with enamel, $185 each, 508-699-0214, whitinganddaviscollection.com.


Courtney Hollands
Courtney Hollands Courtney Hollands, Senior Editor, Lifestyle at Boston Magazine chollands@bostonmagazine.com


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