Ring in the Holidays with Reinstein|Ross, Goldsmiths

Friday, December 2, 2016

Take a stroll down Madison Avenue or Gansevoort Street, and you’ll be sure to spot Reinstein|Ross, Goldsmiths, the one-stop shop for unique jewels ranging from rings, necklaces, bracelets, earrings, brooches, to cuff links and studs. And now that we’re in the swing of the holiday season, consider the place a savior to all your gift-giving needs.

The New York institution founded over three decades ago by designer Susan Reinstein and gem expert Brian Ross has always focused on color as a key element for every creation. “The inspiration for our work comes from the materials and goldsmith techniques that we employ,” says Andrew Schloss, creative director of Reinstein|Ross, Goldsmiths. “We hand fabricate jewelry in our Manhattan workshops and custom alloy 24k gold into beautiful shades of 20k peach gold, 22k apricot gold, 22k yellow gold and 18k white gold.”

In addition to new pieces, there are a bevy of classic nature-inspired designs from the brand’s archives, such as the Pre-Raphaelite Acorn Bracelet with Diamond, Snowdrop Ring with Oval Garnet and DiamondsSunflower Bangle with Cognac and White Diamonds, and Cylinder Cuff Links with Amethyst.

Jewelry has long been known as a symbol of love, which makes it a thoughtful gift item for the ones you adore. Seeking something even more personal? The brand offers custom consultations where you can work with a team of goldsmiths to create a special piece.

Shop the styles at and visit the stores on 29 East 73rd Street and 30 Gansevoort Street.


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