The return of Hexorn is coming with The Æons, launching October 15, 2018. This collection is highly personal, showcasing dark black stones that are protective and powerful, something I needed very much in the creation of the work.
Each piece is one-of-a-kind and won't be duplicated, so watch your inbox for early access on Monday, before the collection is announced to the world! Thank you all for the ongoing support of this beautiful venture.
This Black Friday - Cyber Monday weekend, we will not be having a sale. Our holiday store is already full of incredible prices on all of our ready-to-ship items. We are instead promoting the spirit of community, family and giving by donating 20% off all of our sales, between now and December 20th, to the LA based LGBTQIA non-profit ProjectQ.
We are so excited to share with everyone, that the Out of the Darkness collection is getting a glossy new look! The original oxidized finish will be replaced with a hard-wearing black rhodium plating over sterling silver. The black rhodium plating adds a level of sophistication and elegance to this line with it’s dark mirror-like finish, complimenting the smoky quartz and black diamonds in their high-end feel.
Ad ASTRAL, the newest collection from Hexorn Jewelry, is now live! This collection is based on a journey through the stars into the outer limits of our universe, each piece is named after a particularly bright star in our nights sky.
Joshua Tree, CA is said to be “trending” as a retreat for LA’s elite, artist community, and an inspiration for musicians around the world. Anyone who has been there can quickly understand why. The iconic trees, and often Mars-like terrain have become synonymous with the bohemian lifestyle, and the skyrocketing price of land is a true reflection of how much people will pay to be free, as ironic as that seems. One of Joshua Tree’s driving forces of curated and artisanal, wearable art is Hexorn Jewelry. I sat down with Hexorn’s creator and designer, Kate O’Connell to find out where she gets her inspiration, and how making the move from part time in the desert and part time in Venice Beach, to full time desert last year has changed her art.