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Jewelers Directory

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Harry Winston

718 Fifth Ave., at 56th St.; 212-399-1000;

The Fifth Avenue landmark offers more than 20 wedding-band styles, stocks an impressive range of diamonds, and can easily customize rings to satisfy almost any whim. Wedding bands start at $950.

J. Birnbach Jewelry

576 Fifth Ave., at 47th St., Ste. 301; 212-997-3205;

With an inventory of over 2,000 GIA-­certified diamonds, J. Birnbach offers a range of cuts and colors that have been seen at numerous awards shows, from the Oscars to the Emmys. Prices range from $2,000 to $1 million.

Jelena Behrend Studio

158 Ludlow St., at Stanton St., fourth fl.; 212-995-8497;

This designer specializes in custom, handmade engagement and wedding rings in platinum and gold that boast strong modern shapes. Rings start at $450. By appointment only. (good value)

Ken & Dana Design

243 W. 30th St., nr. Eighth Ave., tenth fl.; 212-972-7031;

This family business’s varied collection of engagement rings, wedding bands, and bridal jewelry combines recycled ecogold and ecoplatinum with rare gemstones to create showstopping pieces with a natural aesthetic. Diamond engagement rings start at $1,695, simple bands at $345. (ecofriendly / good value)


754 Fifth Ave., at 58th St., in Bergdorf Goodman; 212-872-8653;

For those in search of vintage solitaire engagement rings, this store has a number of antique designs dating from the 19th century. Rings from $3,000.


725 Madison Ave, nr. 63rd St.; 212-725-7777;

Kwiat custom-designs engagement rings with the center stone in mind, setting each one in a handmade mounting. Highlights include the signature platinum floating-basket solitaire, available in many diamond shapes. Prices upon request.

Thomas Kurilla’s graphic, sculptural designs have been sold by Tiffany & Co. and other top-tier retailers. In addition to swirling, filigreed engagement rings, he also offers one-of-a-kind cuff links. Custom engagement-ring settings start at $1,600.

Lindhart Designs

48 W. 48th St., nr. Sixth Ave., 917-338-7822;

Lisa Linhardt creates custom engagement rings and ready-to-wear pieces using recycled metals and responsibly sourced gemstones. Traditionalists love her emerald-cut diamonds set in micro-pavé, while unconventional types gravitate toward her staggering collection of rough geodes and rutilated quartz. Diamond bands start at $3,500. By appointment only.

Links of London

535 Madison Ave., nr. 54th St.; 10 Columbus Cir., nr. Eighth Ave.; 212-588-1177;

This venerable jeweler carries a range of sleek, simple styles. Charms from its Keepsakes collection make fun bridesmaid gifts, and there’s a huge selection of cuff links for grooms. Bridal rings range from $495 to $5,200. (good value)

London Jewelers

185 Greenwich St., at Fulton St., Ste. LL4045, in Westfield World Trade Center 212-381-9455 ;

London offers a large selection of diamonds in a variety of cuts and colors. Customization is also available. Prices upon request. (good value)

Lori McLean Fine Jewelry

320 E. 11th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-242-3204;

The motto of this East Village store is “Jewelry for the People,” and that philosophy extends to the selection of delicate pieces by independent designers and local-only stonework. The staff can also assist with custom work, repairs, or conversions. Wedding bands start at $298. (good value)


100 Thompson St., nr. Spring St.; 917-305-0510;

After hawking her wares outside the Metropolitan Museum of Art for years, F.I.T. graduate Elise Perelman opened her own Soho boutique in 2005. The pint-size space, with a charmingly cluttered feel, displays Perelman’s own colorful designs next to those by other local artisans. Her pieces appeal to creative and antique-inspired brides, with settings styled like branches or leaves. Engagement rings start at $750. (good value)