To me, Brooklyn-based Catbird has at all times been the jewellery model (and retailer) that has paved the way in which for “on a regular basis jewellery” — the sort of dainty, wispy, and delicate stackables that you simply by no means need to take off. After 14 years of occupying a tiny 200 sq. foot storefront on Bedford Avenue (a road which New Yorkers know is synonymous with Williamsburg), Catbird not too long ago moved into a bigger, extra light-filled house on North seventh Road. The expansive new storefront — which the staff affectionately calls the “Catbird Emporium” — is “a spot to provide our guests house to model their rings and different jewels at our try-on counter, uncover small house and sweetness treasures on our cabinets, and get Zapped! with a signature Ceaselessly Bracelet,” Catbird based Rony Vardi informed Refinery29. Along with carrying shiny fairly issues from impartial jewellery designers Vardi loves — Digby & Iona, Wwake, Erica Weiner, Jennie Kwon, and Tilda Biehn, to call a number of — the founder gives an in-house assortment of rings, necklaces, bracelets, anklets, and earrings created from stable gold, recycled diamonds, and valuable stones “which might be straightforward to put on and depart on,” whether or not you are headed to your native health club or to a vacation spot wedding ceremony. (Catbird’s Marriage ceremony Annex, a second location devoted solely to Catbird’s collections of wedding ceremony and engagement rings, will quickly transfer to the ethereal second flooring of the North seventh location.)
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