Manhattan China & Glassware
Founded in 1895, Swarovski's collection ranges between crystal sculptures and miniatures, jewelry and couture to home decor and chandeliers.
After opening in the late 1890s in the Financial district of Manhattan, this store continues to be a special place to go for watches, jewelry and gifts. Designers on display include Mont Blanc, Cartier, Aaron Basha, Hidalgo and Waterford.
Boldly decorated porcelain table pieces and decorative items are on display for all to see at this West Village store. Items available include tea and coffee pots, cookie jars, serving bowls, platters and mugs.
This Upper East side boutique is a popular place with those who like fine glass and crystal wear. It carries crystal bowls, figurines, goblets, stem and bar-ware at its Madison Avenue location.
Jewelry and decorative pieces in silver, bronze, porcelain and brass are on display in this tiny Soho store. The stock designs are inspired by nature and other designers like Gabriella Kiss, Stephan Allendorf and Lee Hale also feature.
This fine gift store originates from 1935 when it started as a family run business. It offers elegant stationery items, has a wedding registry service for china and offers some beautifully designed glass ware.
This place has been open since 1986 and offers three rooms of sparkling glassware. Items available include lighting, jewelry, vases, picture frames and table and drink ware.
Baccarat Crystal, a French company, is a manufacturer of fine crystal. Baccarat has a boutique in New York and can be found on Madison Avenue. This boutique is one of the famous ones in the Crystal District, boasting chandeliers, vases, stemware and china.