Manhattan Jewelry Stores

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Van Cleef & Arpels, Midtown

  744 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
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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Tiffany & Co., Midtown
  Fifth Avenue at 57th Street - Manhattan - New York, NY              
Charles Lewis Tiffany, founder of Tiffany & Co., was dubbed "the King of Diamonds" by New York City newspapers. In the spring of 1887, Tiffany bought the French Crown Jewels.
Tiffany designs were worn by such famous families as the Astors, the Vanderbilts, and the Morgans. Athletes, Hollywood stars, and even European royalty adored these diamonds. Museums valued the Tiffany designs, which ranged from the Art Nouveau period to Art Deco to today's modern styles.
Today, the 128.54-carat Fancy Yellow Tiffany Diamond is on display in the New York City flagship store. Source
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Lalique Boutique, Upper East Side
  609 Madison Avenue - New York, NY
             
Since the early days, LALIQUE's recurring themes included the female form, flora and fauna. The female was both the object and the subject of René Lalique's masterpieces. She was often portrayed as voluptuous with an arresting sensuality and mysterious demeanor. An ode to feminine beauty, Lalique's craft plays with satin-like reflections  and flushfemale form, flora and fauna crystal that evokes the graceful and delicate qualities of a woman. Fauna and flora consist of flowers, fruit, trees, insects, birds, fish, and reptiles: no single plant or animal is despised. Though depicted by realism yet sometimes stylized, nature remains an inexhaustible source of inspiration on which the LALIQUE identity was built. Strong Art Nouveau and Art Deco inspirations add strength and lightness to the ornate masterpieces of the past and present. http://www.lalique.com
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Yves Saint Laurent, Upper East Side
  855 Madison Ave. - (At 71st St) - New York, NY              
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During the 1960s and 1970s the firm popularized fashion trends such as the beatnik look, tweed suits, tight pants and tall, thigh-high boots, including the creation of arguably the most famous classic tuxedo suit for women in 1966, Le Smoking suit. He is the first to popularize ready-to-wear in an attempt to democratize fashion. He is also the first designer to use black models in his runway shows. Among his muses were Loulou de La Falaise, the daughter of a French marquis and an Anglo-Irish fashion model, Betty Catroux, the half-Brazilian daughter of an American diplomat. Source
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Mink Jewelry, Greenwich Village+
  72 Orchard Street - Greenwich Village - New York, NY              
New York City based jewelery designer Wendy Mink has been creating beautiful pieces for over 18 years, having evolved from small scale design and manufacturing into a substantial operation, combining great quality, workmanship and innovative design.
The company was founded on Wendy's background as a painter & her strong interest in South East Asia, both lead to extensive travel which eventually nurtured an immense appreciation of the beauty and craftsmanship behind the jewelry and textiles associated with local women of Nepal and India. Wendy went on to formulate the company shortly after returning from the East, rapidly earning a solid reputation and securing a place in the competitive jewelry industry.
The Wendy Mink Jewelry studio is located in NYC's Tribeca neighborhood where a team of Tibetan jewelry artisans work right alongside production sales staff. These artisans have collaborated with Wendy for more than 17 years & lend their own skills & technique to design direction.
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TAG Heuer Boutique, Greenwich Village+
  422 West Broadway - SoHo - New York, NY              
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TAG Heuer Swiss avant-Garde Since 1860.
Swiss watch brand, swiss watch company, watchmaker, watchmaking.
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Pat Areias, Upper East Side
  966 Madison Avenue - (between 75th & 76th Streets) - New York, NY              
Pat Areias Sterling has its roots in the old Mexican tradition of silversmithing and today is one of the most innovative companies in the field. Artistically, Pat Areias strives to maintain the same level of excellence achieved by the great silversmithing visionaries Jean Puiforcat of France, George Jensen of Denmark and William Spratling of Taxco. Pat Areias Sterling began in 1987 in Cuernavaca, Mexico, with the introduction of a three-piece buckle set which became the foundation of the designer's business. Two years later, she added silver jewelry to her collection. Reminiscent of the Art Deco era, her designs are marked by a contemporary style. Pat Areias Sterling now offers an extensive line of handcrafted sterling silver jewelry and hair accessories collection as well as a belt and buckle collection. Each piece of Pat Areias's artistry is hand rendered, one by one. As such, from their sterling silver belt buckles to their many accessories (including hair pieces, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, button covers, key chains, money clips and home accents) they may be similar, but they are not the same.
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Satya Jewelry, Greenwich Village+
  330 Bleecker Street - Bleecker Street - New York, NY              
Blending spiritual symbols, healing gemstones and sacred meanings. Satya Jewelry is created with grace, style and global consciousness.
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Empire Diamond, Midtown
  350 Fifth Avenue - 76th Floor - New York, NY              
Buying a diamond from a well established, reputable firm is the most important consideration when purchasing a diamond. With Dial-a-Diamond/Empire Diamond, you have the peace of mind when making one of the most important purchases in one's lifetime. Dial-a-Diamond allows a ten day free inspection period for you to have the diamond ring independently appraised by a qualified gemologist of your choice. The no risk inspection, coupled with a 60 day money back guarantee, ensures you, the customer, the right diamond for the right price.
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Wedding Ring Originals, Midtown
  674 Lexington Ave. - (At 56th Street.) - New York, NY              
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Primavera Gallery, Midtown
  210 11th Avenue, Floor 8 - New York, NY              
Jewelry is a major part of Primavera Gallery. We offer fine, rare and collectible jewels spanning over 200 years of jewelry design, with pieces dating from the late 17th century up until today. Our emphasis, however, is on signed pieces, Art Deco through the 1950's. In addition, we will be featuring the work of individual contemporary jewelry designers of special merit. We are not interested in large diamonds or masses of precious stones - this, for us, is geology rather than jewelry. We are interested in great style, exciting design and integrity of workmanship. Our collection includes all of the major individual designers, as well as the great jewelry houses.
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Mondera, Midtown
  45 West 45th Street, Suite 808 - New York, NY
             
Launched in 1999, Mondera is a unique combination of enduring traditional craftsmanship & modern innovative ideas in the business of jewelry. Founded by Fred & Pascal Mouawad, Mondera brings to you the Mouawad family’s collective experience of 119 years in the business coupled with a modern approach to help serve you better.
Every piece of our jewelry at Mondera goes through stringent quality control checks. (See the Mondera Promise). Every one of our diamonds is a high quality diamond, graded by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA) or the American Gem Society (AGS). Diamond Certificates are issued by these two organizations. We never compromise at any stage in the making of our jewelry whether it is the workmanship or the quality of our products.
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Faraone Mennella, Midtown
  5 East 57th Street - New York, NY              
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Kentshire Galleries, Greenwich Village+
  37 East 12th Street - New York, NY              
Established in Manhattan in 1940, Kentshire Galleries is the foremost dealer of fine English antique furniture, furnishings, and accessories in America. We invite you to view the selected examples presented here from our extensive inventory and to visit us when you’re in town.
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DeNatale Jewelers, Lower Manhattan
  111 Broadway, Suite 205 - Between 47th & 48th Sts. - New York, NY              
Founded in 1908, the DeNatale Jewelry company has grown to be one of the most trusted and beloved jewelry companies today. We were recently named an "Innovation Store". which signifies our dedication to fulfilling the jewelry dreams of our customers. Our family owned business has certainly evolved over the 100 plus years it's been catering to New York clientele and now features Twitter updates, a YouTube page, and a frequently updated blog. It's good to know some things, like a good piece of jewelry, never go out of style!
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Joan Michlin, Greenwich Village+
  449 West Broadway - New York, NY              
A prominent New York artist and goldsmith. Her fine art background has been channeled into the creation of exciting, trend-setting new directions in gold Fine Art jewelry over the past twenty years.
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DiResta Gallery, Greenwich Village+
  201 E. 2nd Street - New York, NY              
The simplicity of pure geometric forms, visual rhythms and elements working together as one, were concepts motivating Kathleen as a sculpture student at SUNY New Paltz. Now working on a much smaller scale, they continue to influence her as a jewelry designer.
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Chrome Hearts, Upper East Side
  159 East 64th Street - New York, NY              
New York, Las Vegas, Honolulu, Los Angeles and Mailibu.
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Gallery Vercon, Greenwich Village+
  332 East 9th Street - New York, NY              
On display are tantalizing examples of mixed semiprecious stones of blue and gray hues set in 14-karat white gold, and sterling rings and necklaces. Her rings are often used as alternatives to the traditional wedding band, and her earrings and bracelets are office-appropriate. De Verteuil studied fashion design at FIT, and then decided to become an accessories designer. With a background that includes accessory design for Yves St. Laurent, De Verteuil is also an instructor at Parsons School of Design, teaching courses in sterling silver jewelry, beading on fabric, applique, and combined beading and embroidery, the latter being one of the most sought-after accessory trends for the holiday.
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Works Gallery, Upper East Side
  1250 Madison Ave. - (89th/90th Sts.) - New York, NY              
The Works Gallery is a sophisticated jewelry store that has graced The Upper East Side of New York for twenty-one years. From its simple beginning, to the upscale town of Southampton, L.I., the thirty year old business has culminated its journey in the city as a success. The classic store presents a wide scope of fine jewelry created by some of the most famous and talented artisans from around the globe.
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William Barthman, Lower Manhattan
  174 Broadway - New York, NY              
Celebration our 122nd year in the financial district.
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Michael Dawkins, Upper East Side
  33 E. 65th St. - Between Park & Madison - New York, NY              
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Michael has always designed collections using classic materials that he is inherently drawn to: silver, gold, diamonds, an endless variety of semi-precious stones, as well as more unusual natural materials found in travels around the world. Early in his career, he discovered the ancient technique of granulation, in which metal is heated and formed into tiny spheres which are affixed in various patterns. Incorporating this design element alongside clean crisp lines into much of his work provides a signature that is uniquely his own. Using this wide mix of materials and an extensive vocabulary of design elements allows him to present collections that combine his modern, functional sensibility with an infinite respect for the hues, textures, and compositions abundant in nature.
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Pookie & Sebastian, Upper East Side
  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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Greenwich Jewelers, Lower Manhattan
  64 Trinity Place - Financial District - New York, NY              
"In 2002, Greenwich Jewelers moved to a new location just blocks away from the original store. The 64 Trinity Place store opened in July, and the larger location allowed us to expand the selection of fine jewelry and watches and double the size of the workshop. In the past few years the Gandias' daughters, Jennifer and Christina, joined the family business, with the same passion for gems and jewelry as their parents. Today, the Greenwich Jewelers heritage of exceptional custom design and jewelry service remains intact as the hallmark of our business. However, Jennifer and Christina have expanded the vision of the store to include providing clients the latest styles in fine jewelry. From classics with a twist to unique artisan collections, each piece is hand-selected to enhance the wearer's personality, style and life."
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Zales Jewelers, Upper West Side
  2230 Broadway - Broadway - New York, 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.