So much Silver! The hottest new piece from the Dolorous Jewelry FW16 Collection!

We've just launched some new pieces for our FW16 Collection and we wanted you to be the first to see it! Get ready to meet our new favourites, the Petra Silver Stone pieces! Cast from rough Pyrite Crystals into solid Sterling Silver the Petra collection is as pretty as it is edgy! Each of these pieces pack a punch and they're ready to to add a touch of rock-er glam to your fall wardrobe! 

You may have seen a peak of the Petra Silver Stone Stacking Ring already when it was featured in Canadian Living Magazine last month!

If not then you may want to follow us on instagram or facebook to keep updated on all of our press features and what's going on behind the scenes!


Dolorous Jewelry meet the designer interview with Danielle Singer


Artist Profile – Danielle Singer – Jewelry Designer

Creative and Chaos: How did you get into the art of jewelry design?
Danielle: I’ve been sculpting since I was a child. After finishing my undergrad at U of T I was really starved for a creative outlet and enrolled in some sculpture and reproduction classes. It was actually my mother who at that point suggested I look into some jewellery making workshops. I enrolled in two of the workshops at the Devil’s Workshop at Queen and Bellwoods, and immediately fell in love. Within one week of class I had enrolled in the George Brown Goldsmithing Program where I studied for 3 years.
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Creative and Chaos: At what point in your life did you realize designing and creating jewelry was something you wanted to pursue?
Danielle: I was one of those kids who was always making all kinds of things. When I was young I would knit and sew, making purses and pillows, and I’d regularly put things together to make elaborate necklaces and charm bracelets, but it wasn’t until my twenties that I had really considered it as a career choice. It was so excited to find a way to make a living, have creative freedom, and get to work with my hands! It really feels like a dream job.
Creative and Chaos: Which piece is your favourite from the Fall/Winter 2016 collection?
Danielle: Thats so tough to choose! I think at best I’d have to narrow it down to two. I’m really in love with the Chain Mini Skirt I created for this season, its so much fun and surprisingly easy to wear. The design actually stemmed from a piece I had made just for myself, to wear to my collection launch at Toronto Fashion Week, that one was knee length and I got so many compliments and requests for it that I decided to make a similar piece for the line. It can be layered over anything from formal dresses to jeans and having it on just makes you want to dance. Other than that, on the completely flip side, I’m pretty obsessed with the super simple Dea Black Leather Choker. Its a super subtle, minimal piece thats perfect for everyday wear and looks awesome with any outfit. I honestly don’t think I’ve taken mine off since the collection launch and I can already tell I’ll be wearing it for a really long time.
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Creative and Chaos: What was one of the more surreal moments in your career?
Danielle: I think one of the most surreal moments so far was seeing my jewellery in theSports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue this year! It’s such a massive publication with huge circulation and their request to pull some pieces was totally out of the blue! I’ve had some really exciting press but that one felt pretty ‘next level’. A close second would be having several pieces on the main character of the CW show Reign. It was amazing to see my jewellery on television and the styling on that show is so breathtaking, it felt like a huge honour.
Creative and Chaos: Your pieces were displayed in the “We the North’ editorial in Elle Canada’s September Issue and the July 2016 Issue – what was that like?
Danielle: I grew up looking through Elle Canada and feel very grateful for the number of times I’ve had my jewelry featured by them. I’ve even had jewelry on the cover! The creative director, Juliana Schiavinatto is extremely talented and I think the magazine does a really amazing job of supporting and promoting local talent which is so important, and they create such beautiful images while doing it, it’s really an honour to be part of that.
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Creative and Chaos: What advice would you give to other artists wanting to pursue a career in jewelry design?
Danielle: I think the most important advice I could give is to not compromise your creative vision. It’s very hard to run a business and there are certainly unique challenges to running a creative business but its important not to be swayed by trends and to stay true to your sense of design.

This interview has been edited from the full version, to see the full article check out www.creativechaos.com


Meet the new Dolorous Choker Necklaces, our favourite item for Fall!

We're all about Chokers for Fall!

In fact, we love them so much that we've introduced a ton of new styles of chokers as part of our FW16 Collection! They're the perfect piece to layer with your favourite necklaces or to wear on their own, ready to accessorize virtually any style of neckline!

We wanted to take a minute to introduce you to a few of our favourites!

We love how LA based fashion blogger Ruby Park styled her Eme Layered Chain Choker with a simple T shirt for a super fashionable laid back look!


Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to see more pics of how our super stylish customers wear their Dolorous pieces!

Find your new favourite fall accessory here


Sam Beckerman Rocking a Dolorous Body Chain at Osheaga Music Festival


Loving how Sam Beckerman of Beckerman Blog styled her Dolorous Rose Gold O Choker Body Chain with a chic LBD and casual plaid for a fabulous festival ready look at Osheaga Music Festival in Montreal last month!

Get yours here!

Dolorous Rings and in style Nail inspo in Canadian Living Magazine

featured above, the Dolorous Third Eye Silver Ring

We love this recent editorial in Canadian Living Magazine featuring two of our Silver Stacking Rings in their Nail Art Inspo editorial! A good ring is the best accent for an amazing new manicure!

Dolorous Jewelry in Elle Canada 'We the North' Editorial


Thick Copper Box Chain Choker
double wrapped and worn as a bracelet!

Silver Stone Stacking Ring
launching in September!

We're so honoured to be featured alongside so much Canadian talent is the September Issue of Elle Canada for their We The North editorial styled entirely with Canada's up and coming designers and models! 


Trending styles for summer

We're very excited to have our Circe Draped Belt Body Chain as one of Etsy's Editor's Picks for Trending Jewelry for Summer 2016! For the next week you can get this piece and anything else from our webstore for 20% OFF with code SUMMER16


The Beckerman Girls sporting new Dolorous Jewelry

Wearing the Spike Drop Collar

We always love seeing the incomparably cute Beckerman twins of Beckerman Biteplate wearing our jewelry, especially when they pair it with outfits as awesome as these! We can't get enough of these crazy cute looks or these adorable ladies!!!