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10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Silver or gold? Try both.
10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

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Can't choose between silver or gold? Good news: you don't have to—a mixed-metal stunner is guaranteed to solve all of your accessorizing woes this holiday season. From chunky rings to delicate necklaces, we've rounded up 10 eye-catching silver-and-gold two-tone pieces you'll love.

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Jenny Bird

This limited-edition holiday gift box is filled with six interchangeable mix-and-match hoop pieces in silver and gold tones that can be worn three different ways. Bonus: It also includes a tinted lip balm from cult favourite makeup brand Ilia.

Hero interchangeable hoop kit, $198, jenny-bird.ca

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Anne-Marie Chagnon

This Montreal designer pairs a chunky piece of pewter—a hallmark of her industrial style—with a gold curb chain in this striking bracelet.

Akumal bracelet, $59, annemariechagnon.com

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Justine Clenquet

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Gold-dipped brass and silver chains are twisted together and adorned with a barbell for a punk-inspired look in this creation by French jewellery designer Justine Clenquet.

Julia two-tone bracelet, $225, simons.ca

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Biko

Lightweight enough for daily wear, these chic dangly hoops will elevate any outfit.

Paradox two-tone earrings, $115, biko.com

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Michelle Ross

Toronto-based jewellery designer Michelle Ross juxtaposes different shapes and mixes metals to create unexpected, contemporary pieces, like these hand-formed earrings.

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Willa two-tone earrings, $122, mnross.com

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Par Ici

This whimsical twisted chain is made with deadstock materials.

Twister chain, $159, paricijewellery.com

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Mejuri

Made from sterling silver and gold vermeil, this versatile ring can be worn silver- or gold-side-up depending on your mood.

Tube ring, $78, mejuri.com

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Ora-C

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This two-tone chain features a large gemstone pendant—your choice of rose quartz, carnelian, jade, serpentine or sodalite—set in brass.

Eye of Tauri necklace, $290, ora-c.com

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

Nina Janvier

Blue pearls brighten up this pair of  mismatched earrings made from 14K gold and sterling silver.

Mini Hannah and Mini Suzanne earrings, $390, ninajanvier.com

10 Two-Tone Pieces Of Jewellery For When You Just Can’t Choose

AllSaints

This oversized curb chain is finished with a carabiner clasp for an added edge.

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Two-tone chunky link bracelet, $115, thebay.com

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