New York City Jewelry Stores

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Van Cleef & Arpels, Manhattan
  744 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
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Van Cleef & Arpels is a famous French jewelry house; its origins in 1896 lay in the hands of Alfred Van Cleef and his father-in-law, Salomon Arpels. They occupied their first shop in the Place Vendome at number 22, where their premises are still located.
Van Cleef & Arpels, place Vendome in Paris A third Arpels brother joined in 1912, and his genial personality helped woo important clients including such celebrities as Marlene Dietrich and Maurice Chevalier.
The firm's pre-1920 jewelery is characterised by fluid lines, graceful curves, color, and a poetic sense of movement, evident of the Art Nouveau style.
For the coronation of Farah Pahlavi, the former empress of Iran, Van Cleef & Arpels received the order of designing and building a crown in 1967. The 4-pound pearl, ruby, diamond and emerald crown she received at her 1967 coronation took Pierre Arpels of Van Cleef & Arpels six months to make. Although she had to leave many of her jewels behind when she left with her husband in exile in the late 1979, her crown is still in the Iranian Crown Jewels, located in the Iranian Central Bank in Tehran.
Gucci produces a line of beauty products using the Van Cleef & Arpels brand name. Source
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Mikimoto, Manhattan
  730 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
In 1899, the first Mikimoto pearl shop opened in the fashionable Ginza district of Tokyo. The Mikimoto business quickly expanded internationally, opening stores in London (1913), then in Paris, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Shanghai and Bombay, and was thus one of the first Japanese brands to attain an international presence and recognition.
Mikimoto took advantage of every opportunity to personally promote his pearls, and took part in the 1926 Philadelphia World Exposition in which he displayed a replica of the "Liberty Bell" covered with pearls. Source
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D&O Diamond, Manhattan
  30 W 47th Street, Suite 406  - New York, NY              
A family operation, D&O Diamond, Inc. has been providing quality jewelry to New York community since 1963. Mastering his talents in Israel, our founding father worked as a diamond cutter in his homeland before moving to the United States 20 years ago. Since coming to New York we've worked hard to establish our own custom jewelry division. We believe that "an investment of a lifetime should be guided by over 40 years of experience.
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Ben Amun, Manhattan
  246 West 38th Street - New York, NY              
Isaac Manevitz, Egyptian-born designer for Ben-Amun, has had over 30 years of success with his exquisite line of designer fashion jewelry and belts. The company is named after the designer's eldest son (Ben), and the King of Egypt (Isaac's homeland) named Tutankhamun.
He has brought his love of sculpture to his collections by working with fine, unusual materials to create unique designs that are always original and never disappoint. Working with materials such as Lucite, pewter, glass and crystal, give him the ability to make his jewelry distinct and inspirational. His belts, made of the finest Italian leather, come to life with his beautiful casted buckles and detailing. His timeless and fresh designs continue to excite the industry and get stronger by the season
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Judith Leiber, Manhattan
  987 Madison Ave. - New York, NY              
After working as a handbag designer for other companies, Judith Leiber founded her own business in 1963 and quickly established herself as an industry leader at the cutting edge of luxurious fashion. Sold at exclusive boutiques around the world, her handbags cost several thousand dollars and have become a status symbol for many women including several Presidential First Ladies.
In 1994, Judith Leiber received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Fashion Designers. Classic examples of her work can be found on permanent display at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, UK. She retired in 1998.
The Judith Leiber boutiques are exclusive as there are only five in the United States, located in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Orange County, and New York City. Source
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Pookie & Sebastian
  1488 2nd Avenue - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Pookie & Sebastian, a fun, flirty, and oh so girly specialty boutique…
What began as an uptown meets downtown love story developed into a much sought after hip clothing brand all about style, trend, and a bit of sparkle. Located in the heart of New York City, this boutique captures the attention of fashion it girls.
Known for carrying an outstanding collection of to-the-minute trends, Pookie & Sebastian offers an extensive assortment of darling tops, premium denim, heaps of jewelry, and assorted accessoires.
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Estate Jewelry Buyer, Manhattan
  400 Madison Avenue - New York, NY              
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B & A Jewelers
  172 New Dorp Lane - Staten Island, NY              
Visit our complete, modern 4000 sq.ft. Jewelry and Watch Showroom and Design Gallery.
For 3 generations, B and A Jewelers has offered one of the largest selections of imported 14kt., and 18kt. white and yellow gold and platinum jewelry.
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Zales Diamond Store
  1480 Metropolitan - Bronx, NY              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.
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Zales Diamond Store, Queens
  90 15 Queens Blvd - Elmhurst, NY              
The Zales® story began in 1924 in Wichita Falls, Texas, where Morris (M.B.) Zale, William Zale, and Ben Lipshy applied their vision of providing customers with quality merchandise at the lowest possible price to the opening of the first Zales® Jewelers. Their idea to offer a higher priced product to everyone was implemented through a revolutionary credit plan of "a penny down and a dollar a week." Although this marketing strategy proved to be successful, it was also the friendly customer service and dedicated employees that led to the jeweler's expansion, reaching 12 stores in Oklahoma and Texas by 1941.
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Things Remembered, Queens
  90-15 Queens Blvd - Elmhurst, NY              
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Celebrate life's special moments through personalized gifts - from the celebration of birthdays to commemoration of achievements to weddings to births of babies.
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Zales Diamond Store
  433 439 86TH STREET - 86th Street - Brooklyn, NY              
Zales has grown from a single store selling jewelry alongside appliances and cameras to a major international jewelry corporation. Over the course of five generations, Zales expanded from a family jeweler located in just a few downtown locations to the largest fine jeweler in retail shopping malls across North America. Having surpassed 750 stores in the United States and Puerto Rico, Zales Jewelers has grown upon the strength of its traditions and its commitment to excellence.
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Zales Diamond Store, Queens
  3107 Steinway Street - Astoria, NY              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.
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Zales Diamond Store
  Staten Island Mall - Staten Island, NY              
Providing a wide range of choices for mainstream jewelry customers who seek excellent value in fine jewelry. For this reason, Zales designs and provides much of its jewelry to meet its customers' tastes and expectations for quality and style. Zales Jewelers also carries brand-name jewelry, including watches, allowing the jeweler to offer its customers a wide variety of merchandise at a range of price points.
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The Clay Pot
  162 Seventh Avenue - Seventh Avenue - Brooklyn, NY              
Established in 1969 as an urban ceramics studio by Robert and Sally Silberberg. Thirty-five years ago Park Slope was hardly the enclave for young professional families it is today, but it was always a neighborhood, and The Clay Pot is essentially a neighborhood store. Joined by their daughter Tara in 1990, the store now reflects her passion for jewelry and has developed into a nationally recognized source for America's premier jewelry designers. Rated in the Top Ten of outer-borough stores by the first edition of Zagats Shopping Guide.
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Erwin Pearl
  JFK International Airport - JFK Delta Terminal 3 - Queens, NY              
The entire process of creating Erwin Pearl jewelry begins at one of several factories. The Armbrust and Kunzman chain divisions have been producing quality fashion pieces for over fifty years, making Erwin Pearl the only major jewelry manufacturer and wholesaler which retains its own chain factory, allowing for the best possible control over quality and production.
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Zales Diamond Store
  408 416 Fulton Street - Fulton Street - Brooklyn, NY              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.