Peruse Madrid-crafted artisanal accessories at this jewelry brand’s first New York location. The company started in 1990 by creating only 50 copies of each design (hence the name) to ensure customers had unique, limited-edition pieces. After expanding across Spain, it stopped producing small quantities, but the items are just as charming. The 800-square-foot space displays gems both behind glass cases and inside individual cubbies on a wood wall. At the center of the store, slim bust forms model long necklaces ($239), while square-shaped rings ($109–$125) rest atop wood tables. Ladies can adorn themselves with metal beaded necklaces ($239), leather-and-metal cuffs resembling spinal bones ($165) and resin layered bracelets ($145). We’re fans of the selection for dudes, including skull-shaped cufflinks ($69) and silver-plated rings ($89).
Uno de 50
|Venue name:||Uno de 50||Contact:|
135 Prince St
|Cross street:||between West Broadway and Wooster St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: N, R to Prince St|