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ALISON LOU Alison Chemla’s flag­ship store fea­tures her sig­na­ture first col­lec­tion, a classy yet play­ful com­men­tary on modern com­mu­ni­ca­tion—bee and happy-face stud ear­rings, and cry-baby signet rings and neck­laces.

20 E. 69th St., btw Madison & Fifth aves., 212.327.0900. THE CLAY POT In busi­ness for more than 40 years, this award-win­ning jew­elry shop of­fers pieces from more than 75 artists and de­sign­ers from all over the coun­try.

22 Spring St., btw El­iz­a­beth & Mott sts., 800.989.3579; and one other NYC location. FRED LEIGHTON Es­tate jew­elry from the 18th to 20th cen­turies is aglit­ter with opals, di­a­monds, sap­phires, moon­stones and emer­alds. 773 Madison Ave., at E. 66th St., 212.288.1872. MARTINIQUE JEWELERS In Times Square since 1963, this fine jew­eler of­fers a vast se­lec­tion of jew­elry, in­clud­ing Alex and Ani ban­gles, a full Pan­dora bou­tique with ex­clu­sive NYC charms, the Thomas Sabo col­lec­tion and timeless di­a­mond and 18-karat gold pieces. Watch bat­tery re­place­ment and jew­elry re­pair are also avail­able.

750 Sev­enth Ave., btw W. 49th and W. 50th sts., 212.262.7600. PAUL MORELLI Paul Morelli’s hand­crafted pieces span across six col­lec­tions and in­clude el­e­gant di­a­mond and gold rings, neck­laces, bracelets, ear­rings and pen­dants, as well as gold med­i­ta­tion bells.

895 Madison Ave., btw E. 72nd & E. 73rd sts., 212.585.4200.

REINSTEIN|ROSS GOLDSMITHS Shop­pers can watch goldsmiths at work in this jew­elry work­shop, where each item is in­di­vid­u­ally crafted us­ing clas­si­cal tech­niques, high-karat gold and dis­tinc­tive gems. The at­tached gallery also hosts ro­tat­ing ex­hi­bi­tions of pro­gres­sive art jew­elry.

30 Gan­sevoort St., at Hud­son St., 212.226.4513; and one other NYC location.

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