Manhattan Jewellery & Watches
The jewelery designed for the collections at Lalaounis is all inspired by ancient Greece and Mesopotamia. The pieces on display in this Upper East Side store are large and bold and striking.
This upscale jewelery store attracts a list celebrities to its Midtown west location. The small and intimate boutique takes each individual's requirements and designs pieces of the highest quality, hand crafted with minute precision to ensure a unique nature.
Cultured pearls are the domain of this very high end boutique on 5th Avenue in the Midtown East area of Manhattan. The cultured pearl was developed in 1893 and continues to be a special part of jewelery for engagements, weddings and other special occasions.
A range of fashion accessories that are bright, sometimes gaudy and startling but certainly something for the fashion conscious to feast their eyes on. From vintage to the latest in sunglasses, purses, jewelry and hats, they are all obtainable here.
The designer of this jewelery has a background in architecture and has designed for Oscar De La Renta. The pieces here are with precious stones like aquamarine, sapphire, onyx, topaz and ruby.
The showroom for these sophisticated pieces of jewelry is an elegant tribute to upscale plush comfort. Bold bracelets, rings, earrings and necklaces are part of the stores offerings.
This Midtown East store brings high fashion to its jewelry, bags, purses and watches. Its claim is affordable luxury and its jewelry is both modern and European in style.
Located on the fashionable Madison Avenue of New York, Jaded features handmade pieces of different designs with precious and semi-precious gems.
Some might argue that this, Geneva Switzerland based company is the watch brand to own. Here in New York the store is in Tiffany & Co on Fifth Avenue in Midtown east.
The furniture from this interior designer is elegant yet contemporary and could grace the floors of any New York apartment. custom designed and hand made furniture is also available from this Midtown East store.
This third generation diamond importer and cutter designs and manufactures jewelry at its site in New York city. They retail, after the company opened up to private clients in 2001, at a Midtown West store on 47th Street.
This jewelery designer is one of the best kept secrets on the Upper East side. She makes contemporary, classic and estate jewelry that is not what the eyes would believe. Items made from resin rings and silver-and-faux-diamond bangles are available here.
Wendy Mink used high quality materials in her collection like hand cut Indian stones and gold vermeil. The designs are a result of a love of Victorian jewelry that has been influenced by travels to India and Nepal.
This couture jewelry business began life in 1989 and has developed into a popular choice by beautiful women and many celebrities. Wearers of his adornments include Barbara Walters, Catherine Zeta Jones and Anne Hathaway.
This elegant, feminine and upscale store has an array of delights, to feast the eyes on, that sparkle and glimmer and shimmer away. They include rings bands, earrings, charms and angel pendants.
Frank Pollak & Sons has been buying estates and unwanted jewelery and recycling it into the marketplace at this this Midtown store since before the turn of the 19th century. Diamonds, sapphires, rubies in platinum and gold all feature.
Brides and grooms looking to design their very own engagement rings might want to try this West Village store. It only takes usually one session to make a personal and unique creation.
Nature is the inspiration for the pieces of hand crafted jewelery at this West Village boutique. Gemstones and metals are the raw materials used to make the necklaces, pendants, bracelets and rings.
This store offers upscale fine jewelry including bespoke items, necklaces, earrings and cuff links. Engagement and wedding rings as well as more unusual pieces are available.
This New york boutique carries the traditional jewelry of this designer. Bright and gaudy baubles and substantial pieces to adorn the body are on display everywhere in this Soho store on Greene Street.
Inspired by the colors of the Tuscan countryside, in France and his home town of Florence, Italy this designer enjoys a lofty location on the 21st floor of the Crown Building in Midtown east, Manhattan to display his jewelry collection. Green peridot, pink sapphire, mandarin garnet, and turquoise are all feature in the very high end collection.
This ultra modern looking boutique displays its glittering wares in light wood cabinets located in a white walled minimalist environment. Designers work on show includes Henrich and Denzel, Niessing and Christian Bauer.
Seaman Schepps started designing jewelry in the 1930s and soon became known for his wild, bright, colorful and startling jewelry statements. His 5000 jewelry renderings and 650 molds still influence the contemporary designs being used.
This accessory and jewelery retailer, in Midtown East, Manhattan, brings together the skills and ideas of several different nations including Korea, China, India, Australia, El Salvador and Nigeria in its pieces.
Jewelers on Fifth brings together the wares of around 45 different suppliers. Items available at this huge store include diamonds, platinum, gold, silver, gemstones, pearls, antiques, vintage jewelery and watches.
Clusters of gems are hand-worked and incorporated into jewelry and works of art at this boutique in the West Village area of Manhattan. Earrings, bracelets, necklaces and rings are all here for the taking.
White, yellow and gold jewelery form a large part of the collection on offer at this Upper East side boutique. Diamonds and other precious stones are often inlaid in these metals.
Established in 1979, David Yurman is a fashion designer and a label, featuring necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets. His jewelry is famous for being bold and glamorous.
This store was established in 1919 and provides a selection of rare and beautiful precious gemstones and the work of fine international artists. Custom designed jewelry and a repair service are also available.
This company began life in the Hotel Waldorf Astoria in the late 1970s. It has a couple of store in New York that carry up market unusual and sometimes unique timepieces and jewelry from around the world.
The display cabinets are made from rough cut wood that has been re-cycled and the eco-friendly store has an earthy feel to it. The jewelery too has some elements of re-cycle incorporated in it and the designers work with leather, glass, cork, Colombian tagua, eco-resin, horn and gems to make rings, necklaces, watches and earrings.
This Upper East side boutique features fine jewelery and specializes in diamonds and diamond jewelery. Pieces available include rings, necklaces, pendants and bracelets.
High-end, Swiss-made watches are adorned with sparkly pieces to create a time piece that stops and makes conversation. The company was established in 2004 and also carries some pretty sparkly jewelry.
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.
Customers who have the desire to design their own jewelry will enjoy the opportunity on the website for this store. Tina Tong's designs are available at the West village boutique including necklaces, bracelets, ear rings and rings.
Diamonds, rubies, sapphires, emeralds, pearls, jade and turquoise all feature in the sumptuous jewelery of David Webb. They are set in gold, platinum and enamels and are available tailored for men and for women.
A leader in diamond importing and cutting since 1968 The Diamond Co opened its doors to private clients outside the trade in 1997. Customers now have access to over 2,500 jewelry designs with a special range of wedding rings.
A large proportion of the jewelery on display here is custom designed and made. With the aim of providing 21st century heirlooms the price tags are simply unmentionable at this East Village boutique.
Shoppers looking for an exclusive piece of fashion jewelry might find a piece that evokes memories of ancient Etruscan and Egyptian designs pleasing to the eye at this Soho boutique. The jewelry features 18, 20 and 22 karat gold with sapphires, emeralds and diamonds.
The Swedish designers who own this Soho store hand make all the pieces of jewelry on display. The jewelry has been worn by Jennifer Aniston and the store also carries handbags.
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.
Since 1837 this well known jewelry house has brought exquisite gems and designs to the world and so it continues through this Midtown East store in Manhattan. Diamonds in a myriad of settings as well as numerous other pieces including watches and engagement rings are available.
Erica Weiner began making jewelry in 2005 and travels to find unusual things to make into pendants, earrings, bracelets and rings. Shoe clips and cuff links are also available here.
Alfred Dunhill has all kinds of upmarket leather goods as well as watches and cuff-links for men. James Bond would not be out of place in this elegant gift store.
All kinds of elegantly crafted jewelry and accessories are available at this lower East side store on Clinton Street. It also carries some limited edition fashion wear for women from Hong Kong.
This New York designer of gold fine art jewelery creates pieces that will last generations in style and quality. They includes wedding bands, cuff links, necklaces, broaches, rings, earrings and bracelets.
This small but perfectly formed jewelery store in the West Village area displays the wares of designer Laura Lobdell. Her idiosyncratic adornments made from gold and silver also include everyday items like matchboxes and cigarette butts.
This Chilean born artist uses her creativity to encompass feeling of contrast as reflected in the mountains and oceans or volcanoes and forest or her native Chile. Colorful, but calmly understated necklaces, earrings and bracelets are the result.
Italian jewelry and watches can be found in this Bulgari boutique of New York. Bracelets, necklaces and rings also have an Italian touch with gold and colored gems. Diamonds and much more is also available.
This company hails from France and carries luxury jewelry items to tempt those with very deep pockets. Exquisite earrings, broaches, rings and watches are artfully displayed.
Classic and contemporary jewelery is the forte of this duo who have been creating pieces together since the 1980s. Brides may find elegant engagement rings and those looking for something to treasure as an heirloom can enjoy both ready to wear and custom designed and made pieces.
Customers will see an array of chandelier ear rings, fashionable silver chains, gold and precious stoned jewelery at this West Village store. It is also possible to visit the on-line site and design a personal charm bracelet.
Fashion statements are available at this jewelry store in Soho. Unusual rings carved from beautiful gemstones and bracelets that incorporate leather and denim are on display.
Jacob & Co is all about high end jewelery and watches as worn by the stars. The elegant and expensive pieces have adorned the like of Justin Timberlake, P. Diddy, Beyonce Knowles, Tom Cruise, David Beckham and Sir Elton John.
Jewelery at its most whimsical yet beautiful is the forte of Mish on 70th Street in the Upper East side. Rings, earrings, bracelets, broaches and necklaces are all available here at this high end store.
Watches and jewelery that are exquisite are on display at this very high end boutique in Midtown east Manhattan. Wedding and engagement rings and classic and stylish watches are available.
This contemporary Japanese jewelry store is the only branch in the USA, while there are hundreds of them in Japan. It carries men’s and women's jewelry, including necklaces, bracelets and rings.
This quaint yet chic jewelry boutique lives in the sub-level of the West Village area on 10th Street. The designs are influenced by travel to East and all can be custom made in yellow, white and rose gold with several different gemstones.
This shop specializes in engagement and wedding rings with a collection of over 2000 on site for customers to look at and choose from. Designs by Martin Flyer, Christian Bauer and all kinds of diamond engagements are on display.
This Eat Village store has all kinds of artsy designer pieces for gifts for brides, babies and birthdays. These include glass ware, photo-frames, bowls and all kinds of earrings, rings and necklaces.
Glamorous and glitzy jewelry is the striking item on display here from loud gaudy necklaces to wrist adornments that come halfway up the arm. It is located on Perry Street in the West Village.
Antique and vintage costume jewelery is the forte at this Midtown East boutique. Customers looking for something stylish that can be worn frequently and go with many different outfits or a piece to treasure for a lifetime may find it here.
The Slane sisters wanted to create sterling silver jewelry that would match gold pieces for craftsmanship. Their designs are based on classic architecture, mythology, a love of animals and spiritual influences.
located in the diamond district of Midtown East, Manhattan this store has a wide selection of the sparkling jewels on display. It does also carry sapphires, emeralds, rubies and amethysts all in spectacular settings.
This Financial district store carries several designer collections as well as providing bridal and custom made jewelery. A full repair service is also available.
Using the inspiration of Art Deco and Art Nouveax this designer has signature smooth and lowing curves as part of his designs. The jewelery at this upper East side store is designed and had crafted on the premises.
Two sisters own and run this clock repair store on Greenwich Avenue in the Financial district of Manhattan. They do the repair work themselves and also have everything from watches to grandfather clocks for sale.
The Murray Hill area of Manhattan has been home since 1986 to this gift store. Gifts for house-warming, showers, birthdays, anniversaries and simply as a treat are available. These might include jewelry, photo-albums, diaper bags, jewelry rolls and credit card holders.
This American jeweler was once a proprietor of the Hope Diamond and has worked himself into American folklore, with endorsements from the glamorous Marilyn Monroe. The Fifth Avenue boutique displays a dazzling array of museum-quality diamonds in a variety of settings, sizes and prices. The staff is expertly trained and the store maintains an air of luxury and superiority.
This ultra high end jewelry store hand makes and designs every piece and each one is unique. Carefully designed intricate wedding rings are also available at the Midtown East location.
Founded in 1991 this company designs and makes all its jewelery in New York City. Brown diamonds, rubies, sapphires, Tibetan coral, andalusite, Brazilian opals and semi-precious stones like turquoise and lapis can all be incorporated.
This Italian designer collection of jewelery includes diamond bracelets and rings, white pearls set with diamonds from Tahiti and a collection of turquoise and coral rings and earrings. It is also known for a range called D-Side that Brad Pitt designed.
Two boutiques owned by two brothers supply the Midtown west and Financial districts of Manhattan with high end watches. They carry over 50 brands but not the trendy kind and have watches for both men and women.
Gas Bijoux is the work of the Gas family in France. Originally opening in St Tropez, the Nolita boutique in New York brings a flavor of southern France with a feminine setting. The jewelery and watches available are elegant and timeless with some contemporary design features.
This is a unique concept in fashion jewelry that involves the customer being able to participate in the design process as much or as little as they want to. Visitors to the store can see and pick up ready-to-wear jewelery or look at design ideas and have their own created for them.
Vintage and contemporary necklaces for women and a large selection of cuff links for men adorn this small stores shelves. It is in the Flatiron district of Manhattan on 25th Street near Broadway.
Established in 1851, A La Vieille Russie, has a collection of exclusive antiques and art from Russia as well as American and European pieces. This includes Faberge items and unique jewelry and gold snuff boxes.
JJ Marco will be the delight of bride and grooms to be with its range of wedding bands. These are enhanced with diamonds and sapphires for that added sparkle. The history of design and jewelery is the passion of the designers and is evidenced in the creations on display here.
Brides and grooms to be may enjoy the selection of diamond engagement rings on display here in The Times Square boutique. Other designer jewelery available comes from the likes of Charriol, Art Carved and Hidalgo.
Founded in 1895, Swarovski's collection ranges between crystal sculptures and miniatures, jewelry and couture to home decor and chandeliers.
Kieselstein-Cord is a high end jewelery store in the Upper East side of Manhattan. Silver is the watchword and its is not only available as jewelery pieces but also adorns handbags and belts.
This store has specialized in Mexican-made clothing since the 1950 and carries a range of hand-loomed clothing and home accessories. In addition tin mirrors, candlesticks, pottery, nativities and carved wooden animals are available.
The idea for this store came from a small town near Florence in Italy. Exquisite jewelry that expresses personality and values is the aim of designs at Nomination. Fashionable and elegant collections are available at this Soho store.
Hand crafted jewelery is the signature of this Lower East side store. The designer works each piece to perfection and materials used include platinum and yellow, rose, white and green gold.
Elegant, sexy and clean designs form part of the collections from this Madison Avenue jeweler. Watches for men and women, necklaces, rings, pendants and cuff links are also available.
This small store has been supplying New Yorkers with vintage and modern watches since 1957. It carries watch brands from Timex to Rolex as well as all kinds of watch straps and also has a watch repair service.
James Robinson founded the company that now resides in the Midtown East district of New York in 1912. It carries 19th century vintage jewelery, 20th century Art Deco pieces, silver from the 16th through 18th centuries, porcelain from England and handmade sterling silver reproductions of flatware, tea and coffee sets, candlesticks and trays.
A diamond is a girls best friend according to the quote, and there are several best friends to chose from at this Soho boutique. In addition wedding bands, engagement rings, including a vintage collection are available for perusal.
For 40 years, Erwin Pearl has been providing fashion jewelry of earrings, necklaces, pins and rings. There are also tailored and nature styles in gold, silver and crystal.
Vintage jewelry of a unique and collectible kind along with contemporary designs are on display a this Upper East side boutique. The vintage pieces come from the Victorian, Edwardian, Art Deco and retro periods.
This fine jewelery boutique offers exquisite diamonds from a master diamond cutter, Maurice Badler. He has brought jewelery to New york since the early 1970s and is now located on 5th Avenue in Midtown east, Manhattan.
The Italian designers at this store bring the transformation of enamel work into creative adornments for men and women. Using only 18kt gold, diamonds of quality and multi-dimensional enamel they create beauty that is exceptional in standard.
This very high end jewelry store caters to the rich and famous and movie watchers may thrill that the cast of Kill Bill Vol. 2 was kitted out for Cannes by de Grisogono. Style setters who have no fear of asking the price will enjoy the adornments.
With a long history dating back to 1881 in Switzerland this company has been a leader in the timepiece business for well over a century. With this history and a contemporary approach one can not fail to be impressed by the diamond studded watches and gold jewelery on display.
Gilan is a Midtown East store that has a base in Istanbul, Turkey. It brings sparkling, luxury of this country's jewelery to a welcoming crowd. The crowd though will likely have deep pockets or just one very flexible piece of plastic.
Elegant jewelry that often appeals to brides to be is available at this Midtown West store. Bangles, earrings, necklaces and broaches all feature in the collections at the 38th Street location.
Jennifer Ondyak, a native of Miami Beach, started this company and fashion accessories store in 2007. Visitors and locals flock to see the clutch bags, bangles, earrings, charms and necklaces.
This store has affordable watches in colorful, unusual styles.
This elegant Madison Avenue based store provides customers with personal attention and one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelery. It specializes in late 19th century and 20th century jewelry, with an emphasis on the Edwardian, Art Deco and Retro periods.
Ginkgo started life in 1992 and has since that date brought jewelery to Manhattan. It includes pearls, gems and diamonds in the pieces sparkling on display as well as other fashion accessories like sunglasses, cuff links and watches.
The ultimate accolade for a jewelery store may or may not be to feature in a TV show like The Real Housewives of New York, but Fragments was mentioned. It brings both trend and style to designs of necklaces, rings, earrings and bracelets.
The dizzy heights of the 32nd floor are the location of this Madison Avenue jewelers. The collection features both vintage and contemporary pieces and many less conventional brides or celebrities enjoy the designs on display.
Customers can choose the style, color and precious metal and find the diamonds and gemstones to fit at this store in Midtown West, Manhattan. Ready to wear items are also available as are new designer and vintage watches.
Specializing in diamonds and diamond jewelry, Excel Diamonds is a 4th-generation family-owned jewelry store that offers a wide selection of high-grade, certified diamond rings, bracelets, necklaces and pendants.
This designer works with silver to bring elegant but artsy jewelery to the Soho area of New York. She makes bracelets, necklaces, earrings and belts for women and men.
This very high end jewelery store can almost take the breath away of its customers, simply by looking at the costs. The exquisite diamonds are well worth their hefty asking prices.
Artsy, modern jewelry, including wedding rings and gift ware are available at this Chelsea store. Glass pieces that are antique and contemporary in design as well as wood, clay and bronze sculptures are available here.
This Nolita store stocks exquisite jewelery in white, rose and yellow gold as well as silver and platinum. Rings for wedding, engagements and other occasions and necklaces, ear rings and men's jewelery are all available here.
This jewelers is known for its gem encrusted rabbits that are dressed as waiters and carrying a bottle on a tray. The originals of these were designed at the time of prohibition. The store is located inside the Carlyle hotel on 76 Street.
Aaron Basha has a collection of jewelry that includes baby shoes, white and yellow gold, chains and love charms.
A selection of watches for men and women including classic, sports, contemporary and feminine designs is available at Audemars Piguet. Many of the watches show the workings of the time piece through the face.
This small boutique, located on the 9th floor of building full of jewelers focuses on the wedding and engagement jewelry. The high end place is by appointment only and customers consult with David Levy directly.
The jewelry available at this East Village gem is all made and designed by local artisans. Since 1979 it has brought items inspired by history, vintage pieces and simply gadgetry.
Located on the upper east side of Manhattan, his accessory and jewelry store carries one of kind wooden bangles, beaded bracelets and silver earrings. Customers can also browse the online store.
With a couple of locations in New York, Alexis Bittar's stores show off his unique jewelry creations. The range has colorful, yet elegant pieces including rings and neck adornments.
This is the best of the best when its comes to diamond jewelery. White, yellow, pink and blue diamonds can be a girls best friend, especially engaged ones anytime from this London-based jeweler.
This high end watch boutique is not a place one might just wander into. It location on 5th Avenue in the midtown East area of Manhattan plays host to some intricate and exquisite watch designs. For customers assistance is provided in Portuguese, Mandarin, Russian, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Japanese and English.
This Chopard boutique carries elegant watches, as well as fine jewelry, rings and gemstones and also includes a watch repair department and a diamond collection.
This barometer and clock specialist is located in the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center. Customers looking for English, Period French and tall case clocks may find a gem at this Midtown East location.
Dooney and Bourke features accessories, bracelets and watches, as well as cashmere scarfs, vests, and a trendy collection of denim.
This Australian company started life in the markets of Sydney and now brings fashionable yet socially and environmentally conscious home accessories and jewelery to Nolita in Manhattan. The pieces are one of a kind and the collections incorporate nature and natural products.
All Sex and the City trend followers will revel in shopping at one of the places where Sarah Jessica Parker gets jewelry. The boutique opened in 1998 and carries gracefully girlie pieces that colorful and striking.
This Soho boutique shows off its unique jewelery collections both from the owner designer and other artisans of New York. Traditional gemstones like ruby and emerald are used as well as some lesser know ones.
Gadgets for those who love the latest things are available here, particularly if they come from Japan. Interesting headphones, the latest music devices, computing ware and electronic robots are all displayed in a pristine white walled and floored environment.
This expressive high end designer brings the natural world into his works in precious metals. most pieces are made in 18 karat gold but custom made pieces can be made in 20, 22 and 24 karat gold and platinum.
Diamonds are the gem most associated with De Beers and until 2005 they were only available in London and Tokyo. This Midtown East, Manhattan boutique now showcases exclusive diamond and other jewelery, cuff links and watches from the company.
Located on the vibrant Madison Avenue, Cartier is famous for its engagement rings, diamond necklaces, finely-crafted watches and gem-encrusted gold and platinium bracelets.
Daughter of Mick Jagger, Jade has brought stylish jewelery and decor to the 3rd floor of this Soho building. The collections includes bangles, bracelets, charms, cuff links and engagement rings.
Ashaka Givens is the designer behind this store that carries clothing, shoes and handbags for chic, stylish women. The designer incorporates a wide range of things into her styles including patchwork, leather and raffia.
This jewelry comes from a Danish designer and gold and sterling-silver are his forte. He also has watches, tableware, bowls, clocks and other gifts in the Soho area store.
This jeweler has been in the business since 1948 and caters to a broad market that stretches from small to large size wallets. Many different designers have their ware on display at this Midtown West store.
Jewelry for all part of the body is available for those looking for something to dangle from their naval, nose or more conventional location. Earrings, toe rings, finger and nostril rings are all on display.
This family run jewelery and watch boutique was started by in Italian immigrant in the early 1900s. The upscale showrooms have elegant and classic rings in traditional styles and customers will not feel intimidated here. DeNatale specialize in three stone rings.
This high end jewelry company started designing exotic and strong color pieces in 1939. Located on the 12th floor it displays classic gold link bracelets, topaz rings and a pineapple watch pendants.
This English brand proudly depicts the plumes of the Prince of Wales, Prince Charles, coat of arms on its brand. It carries luxury goods, mostly jewelery and watches.
This design house originates from Barcelona around the 1920s and carries some contemporary fashion accessories. Earrings, necklaces, watches, handbags and fragrances are all available at the Soho store.
Necklaces, rings, pendants, earrings and more are offered at Popular Jewelry, located in New York's Chinatown.
Fanny K Bijoux is a Parisian who collects all kinds of exotic, almost decadent jewelry and unusual objects fashioned by artisans from around the world and brings them to her Nolita store in New York. The boutique bathes in turquoise and periwinkle and exudes bohemian luxury.
Formed in 1990 this company was based on the request for fish cuff links. Now it provides all kinds of contemporary classic designs that incorporate both function and beauty. The jewelery ranges from bracelets to watches to earrings and several things in between.
This jewelry and accessories store carries some wild and out-there pieces that don't go unnoticed. Other accessories include belts, bags, key chains and hair paraphernalia.
Amedeo carves cameo broaches and jewelry both custom made and off the shelf are available. If customers want their own image carved into a cameo this is also possible.
While traveling in Switzerland in the 1950s, owner Hellmut Wempe discovered Rolexes and became one of the first European retailers for this brand. Today, the store includes many other upscale brands such as Patek Philippe, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Cartier.
Daum has a collection of jewelry, watches and crystal gifts. Fine tableware and furniture is also available.