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Marisa Perry

636 Hudson St., at Horatio Street, 212-566-8977;

This husband-and-wife team offers exceptional micro-pavé work and specializes in crafting some of the thinnest diamond eternity bands on the market, starting at $3,200. They also carry a large collection of vintage-style settings fitted with modern diamonds and can create custom designs.

The site carries a large selection of fashion and bridal jewelry from brands such as Elizabeth Cole Jewelry and Kenneth Jay Lane. Custom pieces are also available. Earrings from $5; necklaces from $35. (good value)

McTeigue & McClelland

608 Fifth Ave., nr. 49th St., Ste. 405; 800-956-2826;

Walter McTeigue and Tim McClelland’s meticulously handcrafted collection includes standouts like the Flora engagement rings—18-karat-gold and platinum mini-sculptures layered with petals. By appointment only.

All metals are recycled and gemstones ethically sourced by designer Stephanie Maslow-Blackman. Her bridal rings feature funky swirls inspired by wrought-iron scrollwork or delicate wheat-braid patterns. Prices start at $150, and appointments are available to discuss custom pieces. (ecofriendly)

Mindi Mond

230 W. 41st St., nr. Seventh Ave., 15th fl.; 914-715-9779;

The team at Mindi Mond scours estate sales around the world for rare or unique pieces from as far back as the 18th century. Its signature, in-house line of designs, Clarity3, is heavily inspired by the Art Deco period. Personal-buying services available. Prices start at $3,500.

Mish New York

30 Bond St., nr. Lafayette St.; 212-734-3500;

Standouts here include the 18-karat-gold Honeywood ring with cognac- or white-diamond pavé and the Nigella Flower ring in 18-karat rose gold with pink-diamond pavé. Prices upon request. By appointment only.


224 Wythe Ave., at N. 4th St., Williamsburg; 718-387-3731;

Caitlin Mociun’s handmade designs mix turquoise with diamonds and other stones. For a low-key look, choose the square turquoise ring—a 14-karat-gold band adorned with a square-cut turquoise stone ($2,280).

A fashion designer by trade, Knutsson sources antique-lace scraps from around the world and dips them in gold and silver to create romantic hairpieces or statement necklaces.

Peridot Fine Jewelry

1903 Palmer Ave., Larchmont; 914-833-7333;

With its airy, uncluttered space, this boutique resembles a Chelsea art gallery more than a jewelry store. That modern aesthetic carries over to the Alternative Bridal section, and in graphic pieces with one-of-a-kind stones and lots of yellow gold. Engagement rings start at $1,390.

Wedding bands are the only thing on the menu at Omi Gold, but couples can select the color, karat, and size from one of six collections. Each ring is handmade in New York from recycled gold. From $215.

Pippin Vintage Jewelry

112 W. 17th St., nr. Sixth Ave.; 212-505-5159;

An ever-changing array of vintage and estate jewelry fills this quaint shop, where brides can also find one-of-a-kind accessories such as necklaces and brooches. From $300 to $26,000. (good value)


741 Madison Ave., nr. 64th St.; 212-879-2118;

This Italian import is known for rings in eye-popping colors. The Nudo collection, which features striking solitaires in an array of colored gemstones, is perfect for brides looking for something different (from $1,750).

Ray Griffiths Fine Jewelry

303 Fifth Ave., nr. 31st St., Ste. 1901; 212-689-7209;

Gridlike crownwork is the trademark of this store’s designs. Made-to-order palladium, white-gold, and 18-karat-yellow-gold wedding bands are $900 to $6,000; engagement rings start at $3,000.


29 E. 73rd St., nr. Madison Ave.; 30 Gansevoort St., nr. Hudson St.; 212-772-1901;

This jeweler’s handmade matte bands in custom­alloyed gold (available in white, apricot, chartreuse, and peach) or platinum have an old-world quality but still look very modern. Gold bands start at $825.