New York has long been considered the world’s most important hub for the jewellery market.
It plays home to some of the world’s most loved and best known jewellery brands, some of which date back to the mid-19th century. European Maisons established premises in New York in the early decades of the 20th century, this is when the city became an even more crucial destination for jewellery lovers.
In the course of their careers David and Daniela have made frequent and regular visits to New York and consequently they have decades of experience in uncovering the most sensational and unique jewels and gemstones the city has to offer.
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Siegelson is a world-renowned gallery offering rare collectible jewels.
Lee Siegelson, a third-generation gem and jewelry dealer, has a discerning eye for acquiring unique and important creations. Vogue Paris described him as “New York’s King of Jewelry”. The Financial Times recognised that Siegelson is at the forefront of bridging the gap between art and jewellery design by making jewellery “relevant to fashion, style and today’s international design and art collecting community.”
Siegelson has bought and sold the greatest examples of jewellery for a century. In the past decade, the company has loaned more than one hundred works to more than twenty-five exhibitions and has sold many exceptional pieces to museum collections.
An Art Deco nephrite, agate, gold, enamel and coral desk clock, by Verger Frères for Boucheron, Paris, 1929