North America Jewelry Stores

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Robert Lee Morris, United States

  400 West Broadway - (Between Spring & Broom) - New York, NY
             
Robert Lee Morris is one of the most celebrated jewelry artists of our time. A pioneer in both process and design, he is a prime mover in the jewelry-as-art movement.
His work combining elements of nature, spiritualism and pure design, creating a unique synergy that is deeply organic and sublimely fluid. http://www.robertleemorris.com
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Push, United States
  240 Mulberry St - Between Prince & Spring Street - New York, NY              
Karen Karch’s inspirations are often derived from the idea of contradiction. Karen Karch’s raw refined designs illustrate her mastery of juxtaposition and her ability to find beauty in the unconventional. Her designs explore the duality of the natural world by embracing imperfections and playing upon opposites: glamorous & gritty; luxurious & spare; dark & luminous; structured & organic.
All Karen Karch designs are artfully engineered to accentuate its specific gemstone or metal – Karen Karch architects each piece’s setting to bring out the stone’s brilliance, which is also achieved by her unique combinations of gemstones and metals. Black diamonds are set in 18 karat rose gold to illuminate their brilliance. Colorless diamonds burn bright when set against platinum’s cool luster. And champagne and cognac diamonds truly glow when surrounded by 18 karat white gold.
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Zales Jewelers, United States
  2501 Mt Holly Rd - Burlington, NJ              
As the best-known name in retail jewelry, Zales Jewelers has a broad selection of classic and contemporary styles. Zales stores sell more diamond jewelry than any other jeweler in North America. In addition to diamond fashion jewelry, Zales offers gold, cultured pearls and an extensive wedding jewelry selection. In fact, it is the extensive bridal collection that represents the largest part of the chain’s business.
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James II Galleries, United States
  11 East 57th Street - Midtown - New York, NY
             
For over 30 years, we have offered patrons the highest quality Victorian and Twentieth Century antiques and jewelry. Located at 11 East 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City.
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Zales Diamond Store, United States
  90 15 Queens Blvd - Elmhurst, NY              
The Zales® story began in 1924 in Wichita Falls, Texas, where Morris (M.B.) Zale, William Zale, and Ben Lipshy applied their vision of providing customers with quality merchandise at the lowest possible price to the opening of the first Zales® Jewelers. Their idea to offer a higher priced product to everyone was implemented through a revolutionary credit plan of "a penny down and a dollar a week." Although this marketing strategy proved to be successful, it was also the friendly customer service and dedicated employees that led to the jeweler's expansion, reaching 12 stores in Oklahoma and Texas by 1941.
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Erwin Pearl, United States
  JFK International Airport - JFK Delta Terminal 3 - Queens, NY              
The entire process of creating Erwin Pearl jewelry begins at one of several factories. The Armbrust and Kunzman chain divisions have been producing quality fashion pieces for over fifty years, making Erwin Pearl the only major jewelry manufacturer and wholesaler which retains its own chain factory, allowing for the best possible control over quality and production.
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Maurice Badler Fine Jewelry, United States
  578 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
Maurice Badler established his business in America over fifty years ago. Prior to that, he was a master diamond cutter in Antwerp, Belgium. His painstaking attention to small details earned him a reputation as a perfectionist. If you worked for him, you had to be good!
Today, the business remains in family hands, with Maurice's son Jeffrey at the helm. As a skilled gemologist, he has earned a reputation for skill and honesty on par with his father. But now, he's taken the excitement of the company to a new level. With an experienced eye for fashion, Jeffrey travels to Europe regularly to seek out as yet undiscovered designers whose wares have not yet been seen. He's established relationships with some of the finest jewelry artisans the world has to offer. You'll be able to come to Maurice Badler to see the latest in jewelry trends well before most even know the designs exist. With his contacts around the world, we're able to have the standard basics at a quality and price level that others can't compete with.
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Judith Leiber, United States
  987 Madison Ave. - New York, NY              
After working as a handbag designer for other companies, Judith Leiber founded her own business in 1963 and quickly established herself as an industry leader at the cutting edge of luxurious fashion. Sold at exclusive boutiques around the world, her handbags cost several thousand dollars and have become a status symbol for many women including several Presidential First Ladies.
In 1994, Judith Leiber received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Council of Fashion Designers. Classic examples of her work can be found on permanent display at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, and at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, UK. She retired in 1998.
The Judith Leiber boutiques are exclusive as there are only five in the United States, located in Atlanta, Las Vegas, Orange County, and New York City. Source
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Gallery Vercon, United States
  332 East 9th Street - New York, NY              
On display are tantalizing examples of mixed semiprecious stones of blue and gray hues set in 14-karat white gold, and sterling rings and necklaces. Her rings are often used as alternatives to the traditional wedding band, and her earrings and bracelets are office-appropriate. De Verteuil studied fashion design at FIT, and then decided to become an accessories designer. With a background that includes accessory design for Yves St. Laurent, De Verteuil is also an instructor at Parsons School of Design, teaching courses in sterling silver jewelry, beading on fabric, applique, and combined beading and embroidery, the latter being one of the most sought-after accessory trends for the holiday.
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Yves Saint Laurent, United States
  855 Madison Ave. - (At 71st St) - New York, NY              
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During the 1960s and 1970s the firm popularized fashion trends such as the beatnik look, tweed suits, tight pants and tall, thigh-high boots, including the creation of arguably the most famous classic tuxedo suit for women in 1966, Le Smoking suit. He is the first to popularize ready-to-wear in an attempt to democratize fashion. He is also the first designer to use black models in his runway shows. Among his muses were Loulou de La Falaise, the daughter of a French marquis and an Anglo-Irish fashion model, Betty Catroux, the half-Brazilian daughter of an American diplomat. Source
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Zales Jewelers, United States
  3710 Route 9 - Freehold, NJ              
Although predominantly known as the leading jeweler in regional malls, Zales Jewelers also offers a fine selection of merchandise on the Internet at www.zales.com. With a presentation similar to a Zales store, Zales.com provides its customers with the convenience of shopping online. In addition, the ‘Product Knowledge’ page is an informative source Zales customers can use to learn more about the proper care and appreciation of jewelry, as well as become educated on their purchase. Leveraging Zales’ strong brand name, Zales.com provides yet another channel to make a jewelry purchase an enjoyable experience.
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William Barthman, United States
  174 Broadway - New York, NY              
Celebration our 122nd year in the financial district.
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M. Khordipour Enterprises, United States
  10 West 47th Street - New York, NY              
An established resource for fine antique and estate jewelry at wholesale prices. Collection includes an impressive inventory of antique cushion and old mine cut diamonds, as well as diamond engagement ring and rare antique jewelry pieces from the Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco periods.
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Wempe, United States
  700 Fifth Ave - Midtown - New York, NY              
It all began with 80 German marks: in the countryside 125 years ago, Gerhard D. Wempe laid the modest cornerstone for a business which has become a renowned global player. Trace the history of a business that is simultaneously also the history of a family.
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Erwin Pearl, United States
  Charlotte Douglas Airport - Charlotte, NC              
The entire process of creating Erwin Pearl jewelry begins at one of several factories. The Armbrust and Kunzman chain divisions have been producing quality fashion pieces for over fifty years, making Erwin Pearl the only major jewelry manufacturer and wholesaler which retains its own chain factory, allowing for the best possible control over quality and production.
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TAG Heuer Boutique, United States
  422 West Broadway - SoHo - New York, NY              
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TAG Heuer Swiss avant-Garde Since 1860.
Swiss watch brand, swiss watch company, watchmaker, watchmaking.
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M & J Trimming, United States
  1000 Sixth Ave. - (Between 37th & 38th Sts.) - New York, NY              
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Erwin Pearl, United States
  Grand Central Station - New York, NY              
There is an Erwin Pearl. Born in Vienna, Austria, Erwin Pearl came to the United States as a young boy. He soon became a leading designer of fine jewelry, even winning the prestigious Diamond International Award for five consecutive years. However, the challenge of designing pieces accessible to a wider audience led him into fashion jewelry.
The entire process of creating Erwin Pearl jewelry begins at one of several factories. The Armbrust and Kunzman chain divisions have been producing quality fashion pieces for over fifty years, making Erwin Pearl the only major jewelry manufacturer and wholesaler which retains its own chain factory, allowing for the best possible control over quality and production.
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Ross-Simons, United States
  3500 Peachtree Road NE - Phipps Plaza - Atlanta, GA              
Apply today for the Ross-Simons Preferred Account enjoy no payments and no interest for up to a year on in-store purchases of $1000 or more*. Receive exclusive extras, such as complimentary gift wrapping and jewelry cleaning.
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Works Gallery, United States
  1250 Madison Ave. - (89th/90th Sts.) - New York, NY              
The Works Gallery is a sophisticated jewelry store that has graced The Upper East Side of New York for twenty-one years. From its simple beginning, to the upscale town of Southampton, L.I., the thirty year old business has culminated its journey in the city as a success. The classic store presents a wide scope of fine jewelry created by some of the most famous and talented artisans from around the globe.
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Greenwich Jewelers, United States
  64 Trinity Place - Financial District - New York, NY              
"In 2002, Greenwich Jewelers moved to a new location just blocks away from the original store. The 64 Trinity Place store opened in July, and the larger location allowed us to expand the selection of fine jewelry and watches and double the size of the workshop. In the past few years the Gandias' daughters, Jennifer and Christina, joined the family business, with the same passion for gems and jewelry as their parents. Today, the Greenwich Jewelers heritage of exceptional custom design and jewelry service remains intact as the hallmark of our business. However, Jennifer and Christina have expanded the vision of the store to include providing clients the latest styles in fine jewelry. From classics with a twist to unique artisan collections, each piece is hand-selected to enhance the wearer's personality, style and life."
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Ross-Simons, United States
  300 Boylston Street - The Atrium Mall - Chestnut Hill, MA              
"Certified Diamonds. Absolute Best Prices. At Ross-Simons, you'll find just the right diamond to fit your style at the very best price. Shop our thousands of certified diamonds, in every size, shape, color and cut, at the lowest prices ever."
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Van Cleef & Arpels, United States
  744 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY              
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Van Cleef & Arpels is a famous French jewelry house; its origins in 1896 lay in the hands of Alfred Van Cleef and his father-in-law, Salomon Arpels. They occupied their first shop in the Place Vendome at number 22, where their premises are still located.
Van Cleef & Arpels, place Vendome in Paris A third Arpels brother joined in 1912, and his genial personality helped woo important clients including such celebrities as Marlene Dietrich and Maurice Chevalier.
The firm's pre-1920 jewelery is characterised by fluid lines, graceful curves, color, and a poetic sense of movement, evident of the Art Nouveau style.
For the coronation of Farah Pahlavi, the former empress of Iran, Van Cleef & Arpels received the order of designing and building a crown in 1967. The 4-pound pearl, ruby, diamond and emerald crown she received at her 1967 coronation took Pierre Arpels of Van Cleef & Arpels six months to make. Although she had to leave many of her jewels behind when she left with her husband in exile in the late 1979, her crown is still in the Iranian Crown Jewels, located in the Iranian Central Bank in Tehran.
Gucci produces a line of beauty products using the Van Cleef & Arpels brand name. Source
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Links London, United States
  535 Madison Avenue - New York, NY              
The company resulted from a simple request for a pair of fish cufflinks - bizarre but true. A local restaurant owner commissioned the manufacture of a pair of sterling silver cufflinks, as a gift for their loyal restaurant clients.
Harvey Nichols, the exclusive London fashion store, loved the design and ordered a whole collection. Links of London was born and today we have grown internationally with stores in the UK, Hong Kong, USA and Canada.
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Mink Jewelry, United States
  72 Orchard Street - Greenwich Village - New York, NY              
New York City based jewelery designer Wendy Mink has been creating beautiful pieces for over 18 years, having evolved from small scale design and manufacturing into a substantial operation, combining great quality, workmanship and innovative design.
The company was founded on Wendy's background as a painter & her strong interest in South East Asia, both lead to extensive travel which eventually nurtured an immense appreciation of the beauty and craftsmanship behind the jewelry and textiles associated with local women of Nepal and India. Wendy went on to formulate the company shortly after returning from the East, rapidly earning a solid reputation and securing a place in the competitive jewelry industry.
The Wendy Mink Jewelry studio is located in NYC's Tribeca neighborhood where a team of Tibetan jewelry artisans work right alongside production sales staff. These artisans have collaborated with Wendy for more than 17 years & lend their own skills & technique to design direction.
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Ross-Simons, United States
  4325 Glenwood Avenue - Crabtree Valley Mall - Raleigh, NC              
Certified Diamonds. Absolute Best Prices. At Ross-Simons, you'll find just the right diamond to fit your style at the very best price. Shop our thousands of certified diamonds, in every size, shape, color and cut, at the lowest prices ever. We offer no payments for up to 12 months on purchases over $1000*, a lifetime diamond trade up policy, and our 30-day money-back guarantee.
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Kentshire Galleries, United States
  37 East 12th Street - New York, NY              
Established in Manhattan in 1940, Kentshire Galleries is the foremost dealer of fine English antique furniture, furnishings, and accessories in America. We invite you to view the selected examples presented here from our extensive inventory and to visit us when you’re in town.
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Fragments, United States
  110 Greene Street - Suite 801 - New York, NY              
Fragments.com, a timeless fine jewerly wonderland.
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Fossil, United States
  2000 Route 38 - Cherry Hill, NJ              
Fossil is a design, development, marketing and distribution company that specializes in consumer products predicated on fashion and value. The company's principal offerings include an extensive line of fashion watches sold under the Company's proprietary FOSSIL®, RELIC® and ZODIAC® brands as well as licensed brands for some of the most prestigious companies in the world, including EMPORIO ARMANI®, DKNY®, DIESEL® and BURBERRY®. The Company also offers complementary lines of small leather goods, belts, handbags and sunglasses under the FOSSIL and RELIC brands, jewelry under the FOSSIL and EMPORIO ARMANI brands and FOSSIL apparel. The Company's products are sold in department stores and specialty retail stores in over 90 countries around the world, in addition to the Company's e-commerce website.
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Ross-Simons, United States
  The Mall at Short Hills - Route 24 & JFK Parkway - Short Hills, NJ              
Ross-Simons is the nation's leading value-priced retailer of fine jewelry, tableware, gifts, collectibles and home decor. Offering prices up to 20-80% below comparable retailers. With over 50 years of multi-channel retailing, Ross-Simons is a well-known, respected, and reputable source for "Lifes Luxuries For a Lot Less."