Yo Quiero Esqueleto

Oakland's Little Shop of Baubles

esqueleto san francisco!

In Spanish, esqueleto means “skeleton.”

But in an effort to be less morbid, we’ve come up with some new definitions for Oakland’s curated wonderland of jewelry, art, and accessories.

Esqueleto, n.

1. A boutique, open softly now, from New York-turned-local jewelry designer Lauren Wolf.

2. A former stable remade into a cool, whitewashed space, with bucolic-meets-desert decor (skeletal animal heads, cacti and succulents, rustic metal and wood fixtures).

3. Wolf’s shop featuring a tempting collection of her often one-of-a-kind designs (cast silver sea urchin hoops, pyrite bead collar, chunky zeolite ring with stingray claw setting).

4. A holistic assortment from choice local (Rebecca Overmann, Sarah Swell, Jessica Winzelberg) and indie (All for the Mountain, T. Kahres, and Clare Vivier coming soon) brands, with a takeaway for everyone (SF-based Bella Bigsby’s charming prints at $4 and up).

Used in a sentence: Make no bones about it, go to Esqueleto now.

Esqueleto, 482a 49th Street, at Telegraph Avenue, Oakland. To see Wolf’s work, go to laurenwolfjewelry.com.

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482a 49th St
@ Telegraph Ave
Oakland, CA 94609