A, C, E & L trains at 14th Street and 8th Avenue (nearest): walk 5 blocks (South) down on 8th Avenue; pass West 4th Street.
1, 2 & 3 trains at 14th Street and 7th Avenue: walk 1 block (South) down 7th Avenue to West 13th Street; walk 1 block West (right) on West 13th Street to Greenwich Avenue; West 13th Street will turn into Horatio Street; continue walking on Horatio Street until you hit 8th Avenue; walk 2 1/2 blocks South (right) down 8th Avenue.
Our attention is captured ~ an elegant peace sign, a fine heart-shaped locket with a tiny keyhole hung on a delicate chain: Tiffany & Company could not do it more justice.
Tucked away off of 7th Avenue, this precious boutique is a treasure chest of surprises not to be missed. Enter and behold an abundant collection of fine jewelry in many different designs to choose from . . . sea shells, butterfly wings, shark teeth, crosses, peace signs, hearts and skulls ,to name a few.
With a background in fine arts and an innate talent for detail, Guy Rozenstrich is a gifted self-taught jewelry designer. Creating one-of-a-kind pieces for a demanding clientele, Guy designs in fine metals and precious stones to satisfy those with the most finicky of taste. At his customer's request, he will work with platinum, white gold or 18 karat gold along with precious and semi-precious stones.
Commissioned work: Guy has been called upon by the Global Nuclear Disarmament Fund www.gndfund.org to create a special peace pendant, cast from the metal of the disarmed Hiroshima bomb. The story is told of a young boy then, a priest now, who had lost his family in Hiroshima. For the past 60-years he had kept the burning flame as a memorial to his family. Who knew that a day would come when he would return to Arizona where the bomb had been created so many years ago, only to extinguish the burning flame.