The Best Jewelry Stores in New York

The Best Jewelry Stores in New York

 

All you have to do is take a glimpse at the photos below and you'll see that New York has something to tempt every women. A pair of turquoise earrings, a hefty gold chain or a delicate silver bracelet - whatever the attraction these Jewelry shops won't have you leaving empty handed. West Village, SoHo, Nolita, the Upper East Side, there's no one go-to-area. Luckily for you we've put together a list of our top favorites to give you some direction. 

 

  1. H.P.F, Christopher

    H.P.F., Christopher is the stateside flagship boutique for H.P.France, a brand that curates and promotes independent designers from around the world. With its foray into the American market, H.P.F., Christopher brings its European…

    98 Christopher Street, 10014 New York

  2. 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…

    7 Harrison Street, 10013 New York

  3. 7115 by Szeki

    7115 by Szeki was conceived from a desire to craft high quality wardrobe essentials featuring timeless designs and eye catching detail. Each piece is designed by Szeki Chan herself, a Hong Kong native whose background in design…

    157 Rivington Street, 10002 New York

  4. Pilgrim

    Pilgrim is a vintage style maven's mecca. The Lower East Side shop opened in 2009 and features a stellar collection of clothing, jewelry, handbags and accessories that has become a major source of design and editorial…

    70 Orchard Street, 10002 New York

  5. Welcome Shoppe

    In her words, Robin Weiss “loves the random.” It’s a good thing, because the opening of her Manhattan store, Welcome Shoppe, was more the result of a serendipitous alignment of circumstances than anything else. Since finding the…

    36 East 11th St, 10003 New York

  6. Mociun

    Caitlin Mociun is a jewelry designer who opened her namesake shop in Williamsburg not only to sell her own designs, but also to promote the works of upcoming artists, many of whom she counts among her friends. The result is her…

    224 Wythe Avenue, 11249 New York

  7. Wolves Within

    Bethany and Max Vogel both come from the beach, and it shows. The married co-owners of Wolves Within have brought a little coastal flavor to Greenpoint, self-designing their shop with heavy raw wood and steel elements and adorning…

    174 Franklin Street, 11222 New York

  8. Dry Goods

    What exactly are dry goods? Well, they're lots of things - paintbrushes and fabric, incense and jewelry. But the dry goods sold by the eponymously named Dry Goods in Brooklyn are much more than knick knacks and trinkets. Carla…

    362 Atlantic Avenue, 11217 New York

  9. Dagny + Barstow

    Meredith Blank and Emily Titelman met as students and spent a semester abroad in London together. The duo dove into the British shopping scene and discovered all manner of designs that simply weren't available back home in…

    264 Bowery, 10012 New York

  10. ODD.

    In 2011, Judson Harmon was a 19-year-old who didn't identify with any of the stores in New York City. One evening his friend dared him to fill in the gap and open his own shop, and the next day he embarked on the creation of ODD…

    164 Ludlow Street, 10002 New York