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    Mish Announces Plans to Relocate to Palm Beach, Florida

    Esteemed fine jewelry designer Mish Tworkowski will be relocating his design studio and by-appointment eponymous salon in lower Manhattan to Palm Beach, Florida later this year. After three decades in New York City, Mish is announcing he will be closing his Bond Street door at the end of August with a relocation to the historic Phipps Plaza enclave in Palm Beach. The designer has been at his downtown location for more than 10 years — it was always regarded as a well-kept secret — and was previously on the Upper East Side. The new Florida location is expected to open in time for the holiday season.  

    August 5th, 2021

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    "The new Florida location is expected to open in time for the holiday season."

    “We are really looking forward to moving our business to Palm Beach where we already have a well-established presence in the town. We regularly spend part of the winter season there, and I look forward to building deeper relationships in the community in the future. I have come to know so many wonderful friends and clients there through my work with the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, where I have newly been elected to the Board. Of course, New York City will always hold a special place in our hearts. We will continue to create our jewelry in our esteemed workshops there and visit during key selling seasons.”
    – Mish Tworkowski

    The new Palm Beach salon and studio will be located on the ground floor of a remarkable Addison Mizner building that once was home of the storied Bonwit Teller department store. 

    “Mr. Mizner’s work has defined much of South Florida’s architectural legacy, so it is a dream to move into a classic Mediterranean-style building he designed,” says Mish. As they did in New York, Mish’s husband, business partner and noted architect, Joseph Singer, is overseeing the architectural designs, and they have enlisted local architect Smith Kellogg Architecture to further develop and execute these plans.  For the 2200 square foot space, they envision a grand Viewing Salon for clients to peruse the jewelry collections on offer or to commission an important bespoke piece, and Mish’s design studio will also be housed there. A delightful surprise they discovered during demolition earlier this year is a secret vault – the space was once home to a local bank!  With a charming pink stucco exterior, the building also features an impressive, covered loggia overlooking Phipps Plaza where Mish plans to host future private dinner parties and events. As the natural world is a constant source of inspiration for his fine jewelry collections, Mish plans to add special botanical touches to the new space while respecting the Spanish revival style of the building. A dazzling new fine jewelry collection is also in the works to celebrate the opening of the new door. Plans are to operate by appointment as he does in New York.  



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