Welcome to STICKS & STONES
We offer the world's finest natural materials showcased as wearable art. Our pieces speak to the relationship between the elements. Clean lines, splashes of color, and simple shapes remain timeless. We design for the connoisseur of superior craftsmanship.
Handcrafted jewelry made in Portland, Oregon using responsibly sourced natural & organic materials such as reclaimed wood, precious metals, gemstones, antler sheds, megalodon teeth, woolly mammoth, abalone, camel bone, coral, and much more!
About Our Process
Hi, my name's Benjamin Posin and I'm the founder and jeweler at Sticks & Stones Jewelry.
I start by sourcing the perfect wood for the base of the jewelry, selected for both its beauty and durability. The wood is then shaped for proper size and style, and the top & side materials are added along with the hand pierced metals. With attention to every detail, and to ensure fit and comfort - the wood is sanded, soaked, and cured to then be thoroughly inspected, polished to perfection, and ready to wear. Materials may be custom curated or designed in house. My process welcomes and invites your vision for limitless possibilities. There is no end to the variety of styles that can be imagined and created.
Each creation is brought to life by hand using old world techniques and unique materials. Check out the video below to learn more.
Learn more about me and my story as I shares some of the experience of crafting each piece of wearable art.
Committed to Sustainability
Here at Sticks & Stones we're committed to sustainability. Not only with our material selection, but with our process. We utilize wood scraps that would normally be thrown away. We reuse anything we can from gloves to stirrers to containers and everything in between. We strive to generate as little waste as possible.
Elevate Your Style with a Purpose - Support Reforestation with Every Purchase!
At Sticks & Stones, we believe that fashion should not come at the expense of our planet. That's why we are proud to announce our partnership with One Tree Planted, a non-profit organization committed to reforestation. With every purchase of our handmade wooden jewelry, we will plant 10 trees in Oregon.
Join us in our mission to make the world a better place, one piece of jewelry at a time. Shop our collection today and make a difference with every purchase. Thank you for choosing Sticks &
Stones and for supporting reforestation efforts in Oregon.
March's Birthstone: Aquamarine
March’s birthstone is the incredible aquamarine. Aquamarine can range in color from a greenish seafoam to a deep sky blue. This gem gets its name from the Latin words for sea and water. From the color it’s easy to see why. They say there’s a different shade of aquamarine to match every beautiful body of water in the world!
We specialize in creating designs with our in house materials, or working with materials you may have that you would like incorporated into your jewelry. Custom orders are available for every piece you see on the site pending material availability. Each creation is hand made with organically sourced material, no two pieces are ever exactly the same. Click below to learn more. We look forward to making your vision come to life.
One of My Favorite Materials
Brown lip mother of pearl is one of my favorite precious materials to work with. Not only is it absolutely stunning, but it is also sustainable and can be ethically sourced. It's not so easy to find though. While mother of pearl may look like pearls, there are some key differences between the two.
Do Wooden Rings Last?
If you’re looking for unique and timeless jewelry, wooden rings are an excellent choice. Still, many people worry about their durability. How long can a wooden ring actually last?
Check out our latest blog post to find the answers.
Non-Traditional Wedding & Engagement Rings
Couples want to express their love in an original way. Every
relationship is unique, and deserves a unique wedding and engagement ring.
Beauty abounds in nature. We only use the finest sustainably sourced natural materials. See what we use and why it's so special.