Anna Sheffield Boutique Leaving Orchard Street After 5 Years [Updated]

Posted on: February 27th, 2018 at 5:04 am by

[Updated Below] The Anna Sheffield Jewelry boutique on Orchard Street is moving from the block. Fate of the store is made clear with the token tombstone signage above the entrance, courtesy of Misrahi Realty.

Update: ownership tells us that they have outgrown the small Orchard Street space and are relocating to a new location soon.

The eponymous owner opened the store at 47 Orchard way back in 2013, having taken over from the Rachel Uffner Gallery.

Sheffield designs and crafts all her own jewelry, but focuses almost entirely on ceremonial wear – engagement rings and bands. Her resume includes big-time collaborations with the likes of Marc Jacobs and Philip Lim, and work with big-box retailers like Target and Urban Outfitters.

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