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Mahnaz Collection Blog

Mahnaz Collection is a New York based fine vintage jewelry collection

LONDON ORIGINALS: BRITISH JEWELRY OF THE 1960s & '70s

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We build each of our jewelry collections in-house before we present them so that you are able to experience them -almost - as the jeweler intended many decades ago.

The British jewelry exhibited by us in New York from April 11, 208 - May 11, 2018, makes up one such unique collection. We invite you to experience it with us. 

Please email or call us to inquire the London Originals exhibition or about our 150 page illustrated catalog with essays on jewelry history and jeweler biographies. Write to studio@mahnazcollection.com; or call 212-717-1169

 Wendy Ramshaw

Wendy Ramshaw

Valentine's Day Jewels 

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Happy Valentine's Day

Here are a few of our favorite amethyst jewels for sale. Amethyst is the clarifying, calming, cool-headed gemstone for February. Pantone also names Ultraviolet the color of 2018. Please contact us at studio@mahnazcollection.com or by phone at 212-717-1169 to purchase.

A pair of amethyst, peridot, uncut tourmaline and 18k gold earrings, by Dinh Van, c. 1970s.

 
 

A cabochon amethyst and 18k gold ring, by Andrew Grima, 1969. Size 4.5

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An amethyst and 18k gold ring, by Sigurd Persson, 1943. Size 6.75

An amethyst, diamond, turquoise and 18k gold ring, by Cartier, Paris, c. 1950s. Size 7

New in at Mahnaz Collection

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A one-of-a-kind forma livre carved aquamarine and 18k gold necklace, by artist/landscape architect/designer Roberto Burle Marx, c. 1960s.

Please call us at 212-717-1169 for additional details.


It was wonderful to see our much admired jeweler Richard Chavez's hand crafted unique work featured recently in the Robb Report. A retrospective of Chavez's jewelry opened February 2nd at the Heard Museum in Phoenix. The cuff in the image below has sold, but we have other stunning Bauhaus influenced Chavez jewels available. Richard only makes a handful of pieces each year and they are highly collectable.

Spotlight: November Birthstone Jewelry

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With cooler temperatures on their way, the birthstones, topaz and citrine, bring a much needed warmth and brightness to the month of November. Both citrine and topaz are associated with healing powers, good fortune and abundance.

The ancient Egyptians and Romans identified topaz with the Sun God, thus giving it the power to protect and heal. Citrine, too, is often called the "healing quartz", with the ability to calm those who wear it. Citrine has the added advantage of having long been viewed as the "merchants stone" for its ability to attract wealth, success and good fortune.

Find your November beauties among these jewels currently in our collection:

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A citrine and gold collar necklace, by Sigurd Persson, c. 1960.

A pair of citrine and gold earrings, by Helen Woodhull, 1981.

A blue topaz and gold bracelet, by Haroldo Burle Marx