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About Jay Strongwater

In 1981, Jay Strongwater made and painted a wooden necklace for his mother that drew adoring attention from her circle of friends. Within no time, the young Strongwater was recruited to make large beaded pieces for the likes of Oscar de la Renta. He quickly began creating jewelry and picture frames that referenced antiques and often employed traditional jewelry-making techniques. In 2005, Strongwater started using new materials like zinc, sterling silver, and forged bronze to make mirrors, screens, and tables. Among his famous fans are Madonna, Oprah, and Elton John, who have snapped up his opulent, whimsical pieces.

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Sale Ended February 14, 2010

Jay Strongwater

More is definitely more in the whimsical world of Jay Strongwater. The antiqued frames that made this onetime fashion designer’s name are here, festooned with dazzling Swarovski crystals. But you’ll also find his coveted lacquer boxes, decorated with everything from bunnies to ballet slippers. </b><br/><br/><br/><b> PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO EXTREME WEATHER CONDITIONS IN NEW YORK, SHIPPING MAY BE DELAYED.</b>

Sale Ended April 17, 2009

Jawbone

Voted one of the “50 Best Inventions of the Year” by TIME magazine, Jawbone’s Bluetooth headsets combine chic design and modern styling with today’s most advanced noise controlling technology.

Sale Ended December 30, 2010

What You Really Wanted For Christmas

Sure, the socks your aunt gave you are nice, and that movie from your brother looks good. But give yourself the presents you were itching for with this edited collection of kitchenware, textiles, and decor. Choose from options like Assouline’s fashion and art book sets, Mauviel’s unparalleled copper pans, Sonoro’s Cubo CD/FM clock radio, and Molteni Home’s sumptuous wool throws.

Sale Ended August 28, 2009

Jay Strongwater - 08/26/2009

In 1981, Jay Strongwater made and painted a wooden necklace for his mother that drew adoring attention from her circle of friends. Within no time, the young Strongwater was recruited to make big beaded pieces for the likes of Oscar de la Renta. He quickly began creating jewelry and picture frames that reference antiques and often employ traditional jewelry-making techniques. In 2005, the designer started using new materials like zinc and sterling silver — the core of the sleek new JAY Collection — and that same year he expanded into home design, making mirrors, screens and tables from forged bronze. His opulent and whimsical — but also modern and clean — pieces have been snatched up by famous fans like Madonna, Oprah and Elton John.