Mon-Sat, 11am-7pm; Sun, 1pm-6pm
A, C, E at 14th St.; L at Eighth Ave.
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Manhattan’s most elegant small jewelry store is full of organic, handworked clusters of stones made into delicate, dangly earrings, necklaces, and bracelets. It’s hard to resist the series of chokers with clusters of colored diamond sequins and black diamonds. Designers David Rees and Ron Anderson moved the store to its current location in 2004, in order to showcase their stuff—and the opportunity to sell, on a rotating basis, the work of other designers who intrigue them, like Lola Brooks, who has beautiful carved-agate eighteen-karat-gold earrings and necklaces. Fabulous necklaces like a long cluster of diamond briolettes on platinum, eighteen-carat "buttercup" blue-sapphire earrings, and unique boulder-opal teardrops with an eighteen-karat-pink-gold "paisley" cluster also came out of the vault.
Ron Anderson and David Rees collaborate on all their refined designs. The store is also the exclusive dealer of eighteen-karat gold rings by Lola Brooks ($1,500 to $4,000). Eighteen-karat gold double-cabochon diamond rings are $1,000 to $4,000.