In 1981, Bergdorf Goodman purchased a jewelry collection by Stephen Dweck. Now, the jeweler is celebrating thirty years in the business—and the fact that Bergdorf Goodman is still the only Manhattan store to sell his line.
The retailer is hosting an exhibit in celebration of Dweck’s thirty-year anniversary. There are five showcases on the main floor, a window display and an in-store boutique that shows off his one of a kind jewelry.
The pieces emanate elegance, including a $65,000 gold bracelet with diamonds and gemstones, shown with a cocktail ring and earrings; and an $80,000 tourmaline necklace with sapphires, diamonds and South Sea pearls.
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