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Brooklyn's Digby & Iona has their Fall/Winter 2009 jewelry collection up on their website now, including the pendants above, named "Portrait of a sober and honest man" and "The Rakish Hand." "Portrait" is a horn-shaped locket that comes on a leather-wrapped chain and is available in sterling or brass for $480 or $240, respectively. The rakish silver hand pendant wears a tiny gold and diamond ring of its own. But the pendants aren't the only standouts from the collection, which also includes several achingly cool twisty two-finger rings with an oxidized silver or vermeil finish, and a coiled lion ring with diamonds that is simultaneously creepy and adorable.
In addition to the new line, the website is cycling through some discounts on their classic lines for the holidays. Right now they're offering 25% off their crown-key necklaces, and they're promising discounts on other lines in the next couple weeks.
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