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Cellini celebrates flagship opening on Park Avenue, New York

Jeweler Cellini celebrates new flagship opening on Park Avenue, New York

Cellini flagship store on Park Avenue, New York

May 8, 2018: Cellini, a New York landmark and a leading independent jeweler, will celebrate the grand opening of its new Park Avenue flagship store on May 15, 2018. 

The grand opening represents only the latest chapter in the 40-year history of Cellini. The impressive new location echoes the grandeur of the store’s beginnings in New York City, when founder Leon Adams opened his first showroom in Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in 1977.  In its new, expanded Park Avenue flagship, Cellini retains its impeccable quality and elegance, translated into an inviting and immersive new location. 

Cellini Colour Diamond necklaceVisitors to Cellini can view multitude of lustrous pearls and some of the most prized gems on Earth, including an extremely rare, radiant-cut chartreuse diamond. Color stone enthusiasts can choose from important gemstones like Burmese rubies, Kashmir sapphires, and color-changing alexandrite, then work with Mr. Adams and the Cellini team to select or design a jewelry setting that best complements the gem’s most scintillating attributes. The scope of the store’s collection extends beyond Cellini’s signature creations to exceptional pieces crafted by some of the world’s top jewelry designers including Carrera y Carrera, Wellendorff, Pippo Perez, Sutra, Fabergé and Victor Velyan.

Cellini also offers a phenomenal horological collection, which includes watchmaking maisons such as Girard-Perregaux, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Vacheron Constantin, A. Lange & Söhne, De Bethune, Laurent Ferrier and Richard Mille. During the grand opening event on May 15, Cellini will also debut the new Bovet Recital 22 “Grand Recital” for the first time in the US, along with rare timepieces from Greubel Forsey and Urban Jürgensen.
Coordinates: 430 Park Avenue, New York, NY