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Siegelson

Known for his collection of rarefied estate jewelry, Lee Siegelson of Siegelson is not concerned with a jewel’s provenance, signature, or commercial appeal; he selects pieces solely for their beauty and rarity. His collection ranges from 19th-century jewelry to pieces from the Art Nouveau and Art Deco eras to contemporary designs from Daniel Brush and Michelle Ong. When he acquires extraordinary gems, he designs his own pieces around them to embody the design aesthetic and craftsmanship of an earlier era.

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