Long Lost Jewelry has been around since 2011, but its inspirations go back centuries. Begun by Phyllis Nelson in the tried and true style, simply making jewelry that people wanted to wear, the business has grown into an online sensation. Each piece is still designed by Nelson, who employs only American vendors for materials. It’s a very American — and California-style — brand. As Long Lost attests, even the jewelry boxes are made in the US. (And from recycled material too.)
The California-based Nelson is in a few retail shops, mostly on the West Coast — though you’ll find Long Lost vintage jewelry in the UK and Mexico too. Check out Long Lost Jewelry at Fancy.