In 2000, sisters Elizabeth and Irene Pamela Doyle opened a showroom for their curated archive of luxury vintage jewelry. Thirteen years later, they’re packing up and moving to a bigger space. To celebrate, they are launching their own eponymous collection ($145–$11,500), including navigation-themed baubles such as cuffs embellished with 18-karat gold stars ($650) and diamond-adorned compass pendants ($295). You’ll also find original, unaltered retro pieces for both sexes, including rings ($65–$51,000), necklaces ($85–$22,500) and earrings ($105–$22,500). Ladies can splurge on 1930s cameo rings ($495) and 19th-century gold serpentine earrings ($1,200). Highlights for men include 1905 14-karat gold cufflinks ($850) and 1905 Tiffany sterling-silver money clips ($185).
|Venue name:||Doyle & Doyle|
412 W 13th St
|Cross street:||between Ninth Ave and Washington St|
|Opening hours:||Tue, Wed, Fri 1–7pm; Thu 1–8pm; Sat, Sun noon–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to 14th St (Eighth Ave); L to Eighth Ave (14th St)|
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