Engelbert Joins Bergdorf Goodman Jewelry Assortment

Swedish heritage jeweler Engelbert is joining the mix on Bergdorf Goodman’s jewelery floor.

The Stockholm-based company will sell a ’60s New York-inspired collection at the store. Called New York-66, the collection looks to Engelbert’s designs from the first time the brand arrived in New York in 1966.

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It includes drop earrings with pavé diamonds arranged in the pattern of New York City’s skyline, set beside green aventurine. There’s a thick, midcentury-type link bracelet and sculptural rings set with and without pavé diamonds.

Chief executive officer Johanna Pietsch said: “Our ambition is to create jewelry that not only looks beautiful but also tells a story. The New York-66 Collection has lived through generations and still is. Our heritage should be perceived as the start of a story, not the end, making our customers feel connected to our brand over time. To invest in a piece from Engelbert should be like investing in a piece of art.”

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