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Vintage veteran Lara Kornbluh transformed a former pharmacy into a charming shop filled with antique estate jewelry ($35–$18,000), accessories ($35–$2,500) and furniture ($325–$2,500) from bygone eras. Wooden cases ($2,500 each) that originally held apothecary goods now house statement gems, including 1980s Yves Saint Laurent heart-shaped clip-on earrings ($250), a 1930s glass-and-brass filigree necklace ($295) and a 1950s Egyptian-inspired pearl bib necklace ($295). You can also pick up small accessories, such as a 1950s Whiting and Davis mesh evening purse ($165); clothing, including a 1980s Valentino striped silk blouse ($325); and a smattering of home decor items, such as a 1914 Parisian art print ($195).
104 W 70th St
|Cross street:||between Broadway and Columbus Ave|
|Transport:||Subway: 1, 2, 3 to 72nd St (Broadway); B, C to 72nd St (Central Park West)|
|Opening hours:||Mon by appointment only, Tue–Sat noon–8pm, Sun noon–6pm|
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