Ten Thousand Things

    Named after the Tao Te Ching, a visit to this Tribeca jewelry shop is indeed almost a spiritual experience. The minimalist, wooden decor is offset by the elaborate intricacy of its beautifully handcrafted jewelry, each piece more elegant than the last. Given the artistry on display, you might even think that you’ve wandered into one of the city’s many art galleries, but don’t be intimidated. Store manager Jill Keenan will be happy to help. She told us how Ten Thousand Things is a collaborative effort between designers David Rees and Ron Anderson, the latter of whom is a self-taught jeweler who once sold his wares on Soho’s streets. The store initially opened in 1990, and it was in Chelsea for some time before moving to its current location in 2015. Aside from the main collection, other designers like Annette Ferdinandsen and Cara Croninger are also featured. If you’re looking for organic-shaped jewelry, especially Sterling silver or 10- and 18-karat gold, this is the place to feed your imagination. Show lessRead more

    7 Harrison Street , New York (btw Greenwich St & Staple st)



    11-7
    1-6

    Category
    Accessories

    Subcategory
    Jewelry

    Public Transport
    1 (Franklin St)

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