Best deal jewelry
Décor plays an very important part. Be it exterior, interior or decorating oneself! Most of the people if you ask would definitely say that first impression makes a huge difference. Human beings have been decorating themselves with various kind of jewelry from ancient time. Jewelry plays an important part and parcel of women's trousseau. So beside only thinking about how to decorate your house and table spend some amount of dollar buying some exquisite jewelry for yourself and for your loved ones. The top 20 jewelry to spend for are:
14k white gold Diamond 7 stone journey Pendant $ 179
14k cultured freshwater black pearl strand $ 49.99
14k gold ½ ct round diamond solitaire earrings $ 269.99
men's tungsten carbide beveled-edge ring $119.99
sterling silver large heart toggle bracelet $ 29.99
men's titanium band $ 42.99
10-kt gold & 1/8-ct TW 33 stone diamond ring $ 55.99
18k gold over sterling silver blue topaz and diamond set $ 32.99
women's 14k gold ½ ct.t.w diamond 2-piece bridal set
American flag lapel pin or tie pin $5
Bahamas 10 cent “bone fish” two tone gold on silver world coin tie track $25.95
gold tie clip with sparkling accent $ 55
knot shirt stud set $ 55
black onyx shirt stud set $75
new york two tone statehood quarter hinged money clip $ 34.95
Blair gift boxed cuff links men's $ 12.49
The best jewelry shops are:
725 Fifth Avenue, at 56th Street, 212-688-1811
With its regal Anglo crests and purple logo, Asprey stands out from the other glittering emporiums lining Fifth Avenue in the Fifties. The rocks are big and blinding, yes, but Asprey deserves credit for hiring exciting young designers (most famously Jade Jagger) to keep things from getting too “God Save the Queen.”
137 West 19th Street, 212-352-1333
This place understands that not everyone needs their bling to show up on satellite. Wildly unusual stones are set in organic, delicate, perfectly wrought shapes. Look for colored diamonds cut into small, glittering beads, and charm necklaces that combine unusual, milky pearls.
Doyle & Doyle
189 Orchard Street, 212-677-9991
Unlike many antique and vintage jewelry stores, this Lower East Side shop, owned by two young sisters, one of whom is a gemologist, has nothing cluttered about it. Eras range from Edwardian to Art Nouveau, and there’s a great selection of estate and antique diamond engagement rings and wedding bands.
229 Elizabeth Street, 917-237-0152
A beautifully curated boutique with jewelry by a number of up-and-coming designers. Everything is unusual, and there’s a nice range of price points. Where else could you find embroidered pewter and deer-hide bracelets made in the Laplands by Maria Rudman (under $200), and Susan Belle’s exquisitely detailed, gold and pearl filigree earrings under the same roof?
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