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Mish Fine Jewelry makes Palm Beach debut with new knot-inspired collection
With longtime ties to Palm Beach, jewelry boutique and design studio Mish Fine Jewelry opened a shop on County Road last month and debuted its latest collection, which is inspired by knotted ropes. To get more news about design and custom Jewerly platform, you can visit jewelryhunt.net official website.
Designed and crafted by owner Mish Tworkowski, the inventory features earrings, necklaces, bracelets, rings, brooches, cufflinks, and studs that make up collections inspired by nature or are one-of-a-kind pieces.
His latest collection, titled Why Knot?, reimagines knotted ropes in a sophisticated and playful way, and celebrates the opening of the new store at 244 S. County Road. Tworkowski said it is also his first extensive collection of jewelry designs in more than three years.
Mish Fine Jewelry operated out of a New York City studio at three store locations for 30 years before Tworkowski moved to Palm Beach with his husband and business partner Joseph Singer. The other locations are closed.
Now that his business is housed in a historic Addison Mizner building attached to the Phipps Plaza enclave, Tworkowski said he is closer to what inspires him daily: horticulture, nature, vibrant colors, and travel. The foundation he has built in the community has also brought inspiration to his works, he said. The jewelry designer is a trustee of the Town of Palm Beach Preservation Foundation and has sponsored its annual Dinner Dance for more than a decade.
“There’s really a great sense of community in Palm Beach and West Palm Beach. It’s nice to be a part of that fabric," Tworkowski said. A grand opening celebration of his new flagship, which will benefit the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, is set to take place this spring. A unique turquoise cabana charm bracelet reminiscent of Palm Beach is available as part of the celebration. The sleeping beauty turquoise charms, which have been handcrafted into seashells by artisans in Torre del Greco, Italy, are set with diamonds and suspended on an 18-karat gold chain with knotted rope details.
The bracelet's price is available upon request, and a portion of the sale will benefit the Preservation Foundation. This is an incredibly special piece,” Tworkowski said. “I thought the vibrancy of the turquoise was just perfect for Palm Beach."
It takes more than just creating a beautiful design to be a jeweler, Tworkowski said. It also involves aspects of engineering and "making sure that the thought you have in your head is actually wearable.”
In creating his newest collection, inspired by a knot he found on the beaches of Mustique, he had to consider the weight of the twisted gold chains, as well as the way the jewelry would lay on the skin.
Pieces from his Honeywood collection with diamond pavé were strategically designed to emulate the beehives kept in his Millbrook, New York, garden.