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A Jeweled Legacy: Jewelry Exhibition Catalogue

A Jeweled Legacy: Jewelry Exhibition Catalogue

Our newest jewelry exhibition is on view now at our New York City boutique! Just in time for Mother's Day on May 13, we invite you to explore your...
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See our Talismans Exhibition before it closes!

You only have ’til this Saturday, October 28 to see our Vault jewelry exhibition TALISMANS: Amulets of Power and Protection! Make a date to visit the Meatpacking District this week and discover this incredible collection of antique and vintage jewelry. We’ve got carved opal dragons, emerald, jade, and faience scarabs, and even a diamond studded salamander. […]
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Vault Exhibition – Talismans: Amulets of Power and Protection

The Vault is open! On view until October 28th, 2017 is our newest jewelry exhibition, Talismans: Amulets of Power and Protection. Delve into jewelry’s powerful symbols, shapes, and materials, such as snakes, dragons, crosses, and scarabs. The exhibition, curated by our own Elizabeth Doyle, includes antique, vintage, and contemporary pieces that go beyond beauty to give us […]
Vintage and antique heart pendants from Doyle & Doyle.

Sentimental Jewels Inspired by Beth Bernstein’s “If These Jewels Could Talk”

Beth Bernstein's book and Doyle & Doyle jewelry inspired by it.We’re excited to introduce Beth Bernstein, author of the new book, If These Jewels Could Talk: The Legends Behind Celebrity Gems. Beth is a gifted writer and jewelry expert, whose passion has introduced her to a world of fabulous jewels and people.  She shares her wisdom through numerous articles, design, and jewelry consulting. Her previous two books are My Charmed Life: Rocky Romances, Precious Family Connections and Searching For a Band of Gold and Jewelry’s Shining Stars: Shaping Today’s Collectibles and Tomorrow’s Heirlooms.

gilded age brooch from Doyle & Doyle

A Modern Gilded Age

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This week, we’re celebrating the opulence of the Gilded Age, which ran from the 1870s to the 1910s. Like last week’s Art Deco post, we’re inspired by a museum exhibition, “Gilded New York”, currently on display at the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY). Many of our most beautiful antique jewels were made at this time, and we’ve pulled together our favorites into The Gilded Age collection.

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