Brass is often an overlooked metal, being not as shiny as gold and not as widely utilized as sterling silver. It’s technically an alloy made between copper and zinc, but that doesn’t really matter. What does matter is that it can give even the most mundane everyday items new life. Its weight and general heft adds durability that means these items will last long after you. While brass looks good around your neck or on your wrist, it can also be used to add a nice contrast to a leather bracelet or belt. Don’t worry about babying it either, like a fine wine or good leather, brass will only get better with age.
This necklace features your zodiac sign and its corresponding kama sutra position on the back, close to your heart. If this doesn’t spark conversation you aren’t trying hard enough.$58
A simple cuff that is more worn than shin remains safely removed from being mistaken for womens’ jewelry. This option is affordable and the simple design is clean and undistracting.$40
Manually machined in the US, these simple cufflinks can be taken off to be used as a top if you need a little added entertainment. Each one is cut from a single piece of 360 brass, known for its strength.$78
A simple yet elegant brass keyring that does its job simply and effectively. It’ll look good while you swing it on your fingers walking down the street.$40
The leather on this belt is buttery smooth without needing breaking in, but only gets better after a few years. The buckle sits comfortably against the leather and adds a subtle contrast.$88