Diamond Source NYC is a full-service jewelry company that operates in the city of New York. This locally owned store has jewelers who assist in-store and virtual shoppers and help them find the perfect piece that the clients are looking for. It also has a collection of new and pre-owned fine jewelry and luxury watches that they offer to potential customers. Diamond Source NYC also creates custom-made jewelry and luxury watches and has been featured on NBC, Fox, ABC, and CBS.
Located on Broome Street, NYC, Yaf Sparkle is a family-owned boutique jewelry store serving clients throughout New York and offering delivery services nationwide. Yaf Sparkle founded her store in 2012 after many years of working in New York's jewelry scene. The boutique offers local designers who create custom-created jewelry for its clients, as well as repair services for existing pieces. Ten percent of the company's net proceeds goes toward supporting non-profits.
Windsor Jewelers, Inc. has been a New York jewelery store since 1986. The company sells antique and estate jewelry, watches and fine jewelry, and rare diamonds and other certified gems including rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. Windsor Jewelers has been referred by both Sotheby’s and Christies and has often been used to evaluate and purchase stock from large jewelers and banks due to the company's 25 years of buying experience.
Rachel Brown is a New York jewelry boutique. The company designs pieces of precious metal and unique gemstones inspired by the spiritual teachings of Kabbalah. The studio's signature collection features items made of sterling silver and plated in 24K gold. These items are created to age over time to mirror Kabbalah's 4,000-year history. Rachel Brown pieces have been worn by numerous celebrities and featured in publications such as Parade.
Inaya Jewelry is a small family-run jewelry business based out of two New York City studios, in Grand Central Station and the West Village. The company specializes in pieces made from sterling silver or 18k gold, set with precious and semi-precious stones sourced from around the globe. The studio will work with clients in the event that repairs or alterations are needed. Owned and operated by two sisters, Inaya has been in business since 2001.
Sashka Jewelry is a jewelry studio located in the heart of the Diamond District in New York City. The studio specializes in custom engagement rings and offers and extensive selection of loose diamonds. On-site professional appraisers assess and exchange unwanted gold jewelry for money. The studio offers in-house repairs and ready-made pieces, including fashion jewelry. Jewelry as well as watch repair is available. In business for over forty years, the staff at Sashka Jewelry can assist English-, Russian- and Spanish-speaking clients.
Frost Nyc Jewelers has been serving the New York community for over 30 years. The company is known for its urban/street style and is one of the biggest hip-hop jewelry manufacturers in the U.S. Male customers can find a large selection of chains, pendants, and bracelets via the company's site, and women also have a selection of pieces to choose from. Frost Nyc is a member of the Jewelers Board of Trade and the GIA.
Tendenza Jewelry is a New York jewelry store. The company specializes in hand engraving messages in French, Italian and English as well as engraving custom messages for clients. Tendenza uses 14 and 18 karat gold, platinum, diamonds, and leather in pieces which have become extremely popular with celebrities. Rosario Dawson wore the “J’aime la vie” necklace in her movie Seven Pounds.
Reverie New is a New York vintage and estate jewelery boutique. The store offers curated vintage collections as well as handcrafted designs in vintage style. Clients have access to an array of hair accessories, bracelets, purses, brooches, earrings, rings, men's items, and necklaces. Reverie's services include bridal consultations, restyling of old heirlooms, and custom design work.
Kent Jewelry started out as a New York jeweler in 1993. Customers visit the store for diamond jewelry, genuine colored stones, other fine jewelry, and personalized gifts. The company can also fabricate custom diamond pieces per a client's request. Diamonds are certified by the GIA, EGL, HRD, or AGS, and all purchases come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee. Staff completes regular continuing education, and the owners are also certified by the GIA.
Bounkit has been a New York jeweler for 10 years and specializes in unique, handmade designs. Hassan Bounkit was born in Morocco and previously worked for design houses such as Ferragamo and Nicole Miller. Today his jewelry work reflects his exotic origins with vibrant colors, large stones, and unique settings. Bounkit has been featured on the covers of Vogue and Elle as well as on The Oprah Winfrey Show and Gossip Girl.
Phoenix Roze provides jewelry designs in the New York area. Pieces are inspired by nature and feature collections of hearts and spikes, wedding pieces, vintage items, and other rings, earrings, and bracelets. Second generation jeweler, Guy Rozenstrich, received a BFA in 2003 in fine arts and an MA from the New school in Media Studies and Film. The studio's work has been seen in Daily Candy and Lucky.
Manon Jewelry is a New York jewelry boutique. Clients can choose from collections with names such as "celestial," "feathers," and "snakes," and pieces are available for women, men, brides, and children. The team takes its inspiration from natural elements, energies, travel, and archaeology. Manon's pieces have become very popular with celebrities and have been featured in Glamour, GQ, and InStyle.
Shaya NYC Fine Handcrafted Jewelry is a New York jeweler. Designer Shaya Mehubad handcrafts each piece, signs them, and names them after the clients who initiated the design. Shaya's earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and rings are made from a variety of precious metals, mixed metals, and gun metal and are meant to be worn as daytime as well as evening accessories.
Fortunoff Fine Jewelry provides jewelry to customers in Westbury and surrounding areas. The Fortunoff name dates back almost 100 years, and the store today offers a range of jewelry pieces and gifts for women, children, babies, and men. Esther Fortunoff has served on the Board of Jewelers of America and the Jewelers Vigilance Committee and has been awarded with the Retailer Hall of Fame from National Jeweler and the Retailer of the Year from the Women’s Jewelry Association.
Frank Billanti Casting Company is a full-service jeweler in New York. From start to finish, Frank Billanti handles the creation of a piece via CAD technology, wax carving, molds, casting, sprue removal, assembly, stone setting, and electroplating. The studio is known for fast turnarounds and uses brass and bronze as well as precious metals in its work. The company is a member of the MJSA.
Soho Gem Fine Jewelry Boutique has been a New York jeweler for over 21 years. The founding sisters grew up with parents who collected jewelry and antiques, fueling their passion for their reputed custom, hand-made engagement rings and wedding bands. Soho Gem uses an in-house gemologist as well as the designer Irina Ferry. Gemstone Boutique, in collaboration with Irina Ferry, has established itself as an authority on stone selection and custom design and sources stones directly from mines in Madagascar.
Jangmi has been providing New York residents with fine jewelry for over 30 years. The business is known for affordable prices, customer service, and elegant designs and specializes in GIA-certified diamonds with the largest inventory in the New York Diamond District. The store offers diamond jewelry, including engagement rings and Hearts & Arrows diamonds, and Jangmi is a member of the New York Diamond Dealers' Club.
Estate Diamond Jewelry is a New York jeweler specializing in rare vintage engagement rings. Founded in 1980, the jewelry store sells antique wedding bands and estate earrings from its NYC showroom. Their collection of cocktail dinner rings includes beautiful jewelry from the Victorian, Edwardian, Retro, and Art Deco eras. The store carries a range of stones, including sapphire, aquamarine, ruby, emerald, and amethyst, and the old European cut and cushion cut rings are especially popular.
KTcollection is a New York jewelry shop. Designer Katie Thompson previously worked as an editor at Travel + Leisure magazine and uses a style influenced by her global journeys as well as her life in New York City. The business enjoys much repeat business and sells its own handmade pieces as well as costume jewelry acquired from other designers. Wine events are held at the boutique on a regular basis.
Xomox Jewelry Inc. has been providing jewelry designs and services to the New York community for 20 years. Xomox specializes in fabrication for individuals as well as for major jewelry houses and uses traditional techniques and high-technology systems such as CAD, wax carving, 3D printing and stone scanning, laser welding, handcrafted mounts, and precious metals casting. The studio repairs and refurbishes pieces as well.
Clay Pot sells jewelry to New York residents. The family-run boutique carries pieces from over 75 designers, and customers can shop online by collection, designer, jewelry type, and price. Clay Pot's GIA-trained gemologist can help clients choose or reset stones for wedding and engagement rings, and in-house designers can help create the rings' style. Clay Pot has been named a top U.S. retailer by the JCK Designer Retailer Awards.