Designer Lisa Linhardt left a full-time graphic design position in 2008 to pursue jewelry making and her passion paid off: She’s moved her namesake boutique in the East Village to a larger Nolita location. Linhardt works only with precious metals, creating sculptural gold and silver pieces peppered with recycled metal and ethically sourced stones. The store has a clean, space-age vibe with a 1970s twist, achieved through large reflective bubble lights, glass display cases, an infinity mirror and vintage suede seating. Discover bold statement rings ($250–$4,500), detailed bracelets ($140–$980) and custom engagement rings ($6,000–$100,000). Highlights include spiked earrings ($190), spring-coiled rings ($250) and New York–inspired script necklaces ($80–$980).
|Venue name:||Linhardt Gallery||Contact:|
211 Mott St
|Cross street:||between Prince and Spring Sts|
|Opening hours:||Daily noon–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to Spring St (Lafayette St); J, Z to Bowery; N, R to Prince St|