Honor & Blume Jewelry – Paying Homage to Vintage Nyack while thinking to the future.
With a focus on sustainable living a new cooperative has opened at 23 N. Broadway, Nyack at Honor & Blume Jewelry. They join some of Nyack’s leading shops for online gifting, home decor and more. Yes, curbside services apply.
The co-op features Honor and Blume Jewelry handcrafted by Hilarie Blumenthal, Sally Rothchild, handmade pottery crafted in the Catskills, and whimsical one-of-a-kind birdhouses made by painter Mike Bruhn.
Honor & Blume Jewelry
23 North Broadway, Nyack, NY
Honor & Blume Jewelry offers handmade jewelry by Hilarie Blumenthal. Where you’ll also find curated vintage designer clothing, bags and shoes. In addition, the shop includes art and handcrafted items from local artists and artisans. Each member brings their own creative process to what they do, together, their combined talents, energy and focus has evolved into a beautiful space. The shop instantly gives off a welcoming energy where you will not only feel good by shopping locally, you will also feel good knowing you are helping create less waste on a planetary scale by purchasing recycled goods. Shoppers say that the space is so welcoming and the finds brought in weekly so exciting that they’ve returned again and again. The shop is an homage to Vintage Nyack while thinking to the future. Also be sure to check out their monthly artist events.
A Nyack local, Hilarie Blumenthal has been creating original jewelry using vintage gems, beads, chains and other unique material, for over 25 years. She scours the antique markets for beautiful vintage finds that she can rework into new necklaces, bracelets, earrings and rings. She loves working with antique amber beads from the 1880”s to 1930’s, antique Murano glass beads from the 1880’s to 1950’s, antique pearls and cut stones. She also creates charms and rings in gold and silver from antique wax seals – from ancient Roman to the Victorian era. Included in her collection are her handcrafted original designs she creates from hand carved wax that are cast in recycled gold and silver, and incorporate previously loved diamonds and stones. Hilarie was the founder of the Women’s Craft Fair that ran for many years at the Nyack Center. She welcomes clients who wish to repurpose their old, tired jewelry into new contemporary pieces and she is available for repairs and restringing. She also creates one of a kind, custom wedding and engagement rings using either the clients own heirloom stones or ones in her own collection.
Please follow her on Instagram or check out her website or Etsy store to see her work. You can private message her to purchase anything or ask to FaceTime her where she can show you options for a special gift or mother’s day present. Curbside pick up and delivery is available.
Pottery by Sally Rothchild
The Co-op is pleased to feature fine pottery by Sally Rothchild. Made by hand on the potter’s wheel in her studio in the Catskill Mountains, Sally’s creations are designed to be used and enjoyed on a daily basis. She uses high-temperature stoneware and fires her pots in her own gas kiln, where the flame and atmosphere of the firing create unique and rich results. The large platters, bowls and vases make for special gifts, and her berry bowls are perfect for a birthday or mother’s day present. Her work is also available from her website.
Bird Houses by Mike Bruhn
Painter Mike Bruhn was our first featured artist, where his dynamic abstract paintings graced our walls. We now carry his whimsical, handmade birdhouses. Each one different and one-of-a-kind.
15 North Broadway, Nyack, NY
[the editor] resides in a 19th century row house at 15 North Broadway in the Hudson Valley river town of Nyack, NY. From this vantage point [the editor] offers her selection of the current season’s wardrobe at an affordable price point for her customers to move from their work-week into their weekends with ease. [the editor] additionally offers a selection of gifts – much of it designed in-house – along with a line of Nyack-centric offerings of t-shirts, sachets, mugs and tea towels.
17 N. Broadway, Nyack, NY
Genalisa located at 17 North Broadway in Nyack first opened it’s doors in April of 2010. We strive to be a “ fitting place” for women. Our collections include lounge wear, bra’s and underpinnings carefully chosen from select manufactures. Our specialty is personalized bra fittings. Over the years we have introduced new lines including pajamas robes, kimonos and swim wear.
In early March we shut our doors to protect our friends and have been looking forward to the day we can reopen.
During this time we maintained a presence on Instagram and have been taking orders for free delivery.The time off has allowed us to prepare for the re-start with some improvements. When we are able to reopen later this month, special appointments can be made for the expert bra fittings. Call us for details. Currently we are taking orders for Mother’s day gifts which will be wrapped and shipped or delivered to your doorstep.
p.ross boutique (where art meets fashion)
89 Main St, Nyack, NY
The Italian/Soho vibe is what p.ross is all about. Offering fashion for both women & men, the boutique dresses you from head to toe. As fashion is art, the shop often exhibits an artist‘s work that blends in with the seasonal collections.
p.ross is also known for creating/producing the Nyack ARTWALK, in its 15th, which will take place October 2-4 this year.
For your convenience during these times we are offering free shipping or local delivery.
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram @prossboutique where you can DM us for further info.
79 1/2 S Broadway, Nyack
Facebook: Archive Home
The clothing and accessories at Archive Home represent a curated collection of fine qualify resale wardrobe items and a selection of handmade small leather goods. Selections change continually as we only carry one of each piece. The purchase of one resale clothing item instead of a new one can reduce its carbon footprint by up to 82%. Embracing the sustainable fashion life helps save billions of pounds of apparel from ending up in the world’s already overcrowded landfills.
Meryl Foster Design Resources
Meryl Foster Design resources is a boutique collection offering great homewares, gifts and accessories. Each item in the collection is selected for its integration of aesthetic and functional qualities that enhance everyday life. The unique and ever changing collection from around the world provides our customers with well prices products for them self’s and a range of choices for their gifting needs. Meryl Foster participates in charity events
A staple in my collection, mud australia is a handmade porcelain Limoges from Australia. The porcelain range combines clean lines, colour palette and functionality providing a timeless alternative to mass produced ceramic design. It is oven, microwave and dishwasher safe.
Lomar Farms and Tunisian Towels partner well as lifestyle bath collection
Collection of Locally sources Lomar Farms candles, raw honey and body oil products paired with Tunisian towels that are 100% cotton. The more you wash them, the more absorbent and softer they become. Also shown are small selection of linen tea towels and napkins from Lithuania.
Handcrafted fine jewelry made here in New York. With a line of jewelry that includes special orders for custom pieces. While having access to the finest gem dealers, Jan can use my your own heritage or heirloom stones. You can always find a small collection of the line in the Archive Home store where you can find Jan a few times a week – where she’s happy to take private appointments to design a future heirloom for you.
Nina Skowronski is the Managing Editor at Rivertown Magazine. She is a commercial photographer in the Hudson Valley, has written for a range of publications in wellness and lifestyle and is founder of Source Mind Body wellness journal.