Part gallery, part jewelry store--this minimalist space shows pieces just as simple.. The Scene The locked metal gate sans buzzer feels slightly daunting, but maybe it's supposed to. In a shop where the staff regularly outnumber the clients, most who walk through the door know exactly what they're after. The cool, stark bareness keeps eyes focused on the wares inside the tall glass cases. The Goods Ted shows his own subtle pieces: brushed gold, pretty beads, dangly pearl earrings, along with a select handful of works by other artisans with complimentary, if not similar, styles. An organic flow of lines lends harmony both between pieces and in each one itself. They're unarguably pretty, but few evoke intensely strong reactions. Like a good pair of specs, these pieces work to enhance your natural look rather than detract from it.
tucked away on little howard st (cant' get there from w bway because the street doesn't go all the way through). this place has unique and very interesting pieces. not so many that it scrambles the brain, enough to find something very special. the anti-tiffany's. my fav. place in soho.