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NY Jewelry Attractions


#1

Dear Orchid members,

Many thanks to everybody who answered my question about the
tumblers. I feel much more confident about choosing one!

I have another question now. I will be visiting NY (I live in
Singapore now) this August and would really appreciate any advice on
galleries/ shops where I could place my jewelry for consignment or
sell outright. My jewelry is mostly sterling, sometimes mixed with
copper/bronze, also some beaded necklaces. Retail price for my
"higher range" jewelry here in Singapore is US$200-1000.

Best regards,

Ruslana


#2

Hi Ruslana,

While visiting NY you might want to check out Fragments - 107 Greene
Street, Manhattan http://www.fragments.com. They are a jewelry store
featuring designers of higher end jewelry and have a wholesale
showroom in back. It is a very popular place where many large
department stores, fashion magazines, and stars go to shop for the
newest styles in jewelry. Some other great stores (retail only) that
carry handcrafted goods aRe: The Clay Pot - 162 7th Ave, Brooklyn
http://www.clay-pot.com and An American Craftsman - Rockefeller
Center 60 West 50th Street (has at least 4 other locations in
Manhattan). There is also a jewelry gallery on Spring Street
(somewhere between Broadway and Greene Street) which is also the
same area (SoHo) that Fragments and one of the An American Craftsman
are in. Plus there are quite a few more galleries in that area if
you walk around. If you have any questions feel free to ask me, and
I hope you enjoy your stay.

Jill
http://www.jjewelry.com


#3

Ciao everybody!

I will be visiting New York this June, since is my first time there
I am looking for suggestions on the most significant places for
jewellery. I will like to see classic and contemporary high end
jewellery and anything else more on the art side of the business. In
the same time I will give some time off to my partner and go see some
tools and stone supply, if I found some, so help her to have some
"she time" around the city.

Cheers
Roberto