#JewelryGeography NoMad Jewelry Walking Tour

Throughout its history, New York City is constantly reinventing itself as the epicenter of everything – art, theater, music, fashion, food, finance and of course, jewelry.
The energy of its streets, the diversity of its neighborhoods, and the strength of its communities is a testament to NYC’s ability to get through hard times and be better than ever.
Join us as we go “back in time” and look at the city, through the lens of jewelry, and stroll its streets in other eras. Sometimes it takes only one new shop or one new artist to shift a neighborhood in a new direction…

In June we hosted the second event in our #JewelryGeography series – an intimate summer stroll through NYC’s NoMad neighborhood with jewelry historian Anna Rasche. From famous jewel houses to forgotten diamond shops, and a hotel where dandies and swindlers showed off their glittering collections, we explored a few remnants of the neighborhood’s Gilded Age jewelry past.

We’ll be sharing more information soon – including a map, so you can take yourself on your own NoMad jewelry tour. In the meantime, click here to check out the first edition of #JewelryGeography featuring Greenwich Village in the 1930s–1970s…