Jessica Mousseau is a copywriter & copy editor from the United States. Her work can be viewed at: www.jessicamousseau.com.
Published June 7th 2011
New York City is known for some of the finest jewelry stores in the world. Some are well-known brands or designers in the jewelry fashion world, while others may not be quite as familiar. If you are in New York City and are looking for a special piece of jewelry, you may be wondering where the best place is to begin your search. We've listed several jewelry stores; one of them should have exactly what you're looking for.
Plaza Collectibles is the jewelry store and showroom that this 20-year-old company operates. The company has just opened a new retail store at the above address, and here you can find jewelry for any person to fit any occasion.
Plaza Watch and Jewelry Exchange is a business devoted to the purchase and sale of rare watches and jewelry, or those pieces that are considered collectibles. In addition, prices on watches and other things sold through this arm of the business are discounted. You can find name brand watches and jewelry at extraordinary prices.
The jewelry sold at this family-owned company is meant to inspire memories of loved ones and happy times together. This was the goal of the owners, Carl and Milly Gandia, and they have been doing this for over 30 years.
Their daughters, Jennifer and Christina, have begun to carry on the tradition started by their parents. They are ready to show you one-of-a-kind jewelry that will help you build your own memories.
Elizabeth Doyle has brought her passion for antique jewelry to the store she co-owns and founded with her sister, Irene Pamela Doyle. Irene brings her expertise for diamond selection to Doyle & Doyle.
With both of these talented ladies working in the jewelry business, you're sure to find something that is both unique and beautiful. The sisters invite you to stop in today and let them show you some of their exquisite pieces.
This store has a distinctive English flair about it; you can see that when you spot the Anglo crests and purple logo. The other thing that makes the store so noticeable is the huge rocks that will almost make you have to shade your eyes.
Asprey is proud of his English atmosphere, but he also knows that catering to American and other international tastes is important. So, he has hired young designers, one of whom just happens to be Jade Jagger, to keep things from becoming too British, but rather being something that anyone from anywhere can enjoy.