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Wendy Mink Opens in the Lower East Side

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After fifteen years in a tiny West Village outpost that was principally a workshop, jeweler Wendy Mink has moved to a 500-square-foot Lower East Side boutique (72 Orchard St., nr. Broome St., 212-260-8758). Mink, who used to design jewelry for Banana Republic, makes affordable earrings, necklaces, and bangles with eye-grabbing color and ornamentation. Even the new store is a work of her own design; she created a mosaic in its entryway using semiprecious stones from her original showroom. For sale there are 22-carat-gold-filigree earrings (from $172), chunky necklaces ($220), and crocheted hoops ($40). To help designers without proper stores of their own—a cause close to her heart—Mink is also selling jewelry by Extasia, including fossilized-ivory-and-vermeil necklaces (from $216), and the modern, metal earrings of Jane Diaz (from $48).


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