Timeless Italian Jewelry Comes to the United States

Established in Rome in 1896, steps away from the Spanish Steps, Eleuteri began as a pasticceria (Italian for pastry shop) before focusing on antiques and eventually vintage jewelry. Today, Eleuteri is an Italian institution with five jewelry shops spread across Italy, and it continues to grow. This September, the antique atelier expanded beyond Italy for the first time, bringing its bold, whimsical selections to New York City. Located at 19 East 69th Street, the new boutique offers a wide range of vintage jewels from Italian masters like Bulgari and Buccellati, as well as pieces from such well-kept secrets as Faraone and Mortet. (eleuteri.nyc)  

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