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Jewelers Directory

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Erica Weiner

173 Elizabeth St., nr. Spring St., 360 Atlantic Ave., nr. Hoyt St., Boerum Hill; 212-334-6383;

These shops showcase Weiner’s collection of old-timey baubles and offbeat, vintage-inspired jewelry, much of which incorporates recycled materials. Wedding bands inspired by antique jewelry start at $300; original antique engagement rings start at $850. (eco-friendly / good value)

Eric Originals & Antiques, Ltd.

22A W 47th St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-819-9595

This Diamond District oasis stocks a wide variety of cuts, such as cushion and old-mine (from $3,000). Label lovers can also find signed originals from iconic designers like Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany & Co., and Cartier—often for much less than you would expect.

Erstwhile Jewelry

589 Fifth Ave., at 48th St.; 212-390-1144;

This fifth-generation antiques dealer specializes in pieces dating from the Victorian era to the ’40s. Engagement rings start at $2,100. By appointment only.

Fred Leighton

773 Madison Ave., at 66th St.; 212-288-1872;

Want to stop traffic? This red-carpet mainstay offers no end of dazzling, over-the-top creations, including a few that date back to the 19th century. Prepare to spend: Rings start at $10,000.


710 Madison Ave., at 63rd St.; 212-355-9292;

Brides seeking museum-quality gems—like the 31.06-carat Wittelsbach-Graff diamond—flock to this esteemed British import. Prices upon request.

Greenwich St. Jewelers

64 Trinity Pl., nr. Rector St.; 212-964-7592;

This boutique carries conflict-free diamonds responsibly sourced from all over the world. Whether designed by artists like Jennie Kwon and Single Stone or created in-house, every item is made from recycled precious metals. Engagement rings start at $2,500. (eco-friendly)