Mish New York Fine Jewelry 

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
Sunday, February 25, 2018
Preservation Foundation
Event Address

311 Peruvian Ave 
Palm Beach, FL 33480
United States

EXHIBITION: Mish New York Fine Jewelry 

Open to Public

The Preservation Foundation is delighted to present an exhibit featuring a selection of beautiful jewels by acclaimed jewelry designer Mish Tworkowski of Mish New York.  Widely regarded as one of this country’s most talented and exciting fine jewelry designers, each month the pages of VerandaWVogue , Robb Report or Departures feature one of his exquisite creations.  

Mish’s resume includes Art History and Fine Art studies in the United States and England as well as specialist positions at Sotheby’s in New York.   His eponymously named MISH studio is located at 30 Bond Street in the Noho Historic Landmark District. The stunningly chic space is housed in a 19th century building on a cobblestone block that is juxtaposed against some of the best examples of contemporary architecture in New York City. This “classic yet modern” aesthetic present within the Bond Street neighborhood is a fitting analogy for Mish’s own work as well. It is here at the studio that some of the best dressed women in the world come to commission their special pieces.      

His love of gardening and the natural world has inspired much of Mish’s work. Flowers from his Millbrook garden often become beautiful jewel-encrusted earrings and tree bark found on a hike near his Aspen home magically transforms into an amazing gold cuff bracelet. Mish’s deep horticultural interests have lead to his involvement with such institutions as the New York Botanical Garden where he sits on the Board of Trustees and Chairs the Garden Patrons Program.    

Mish’s one-of-a-kind pieces as well as his full collection of 18 karat gold jewelry are often adorned with vibrant hued precious & semi-precious stones, exquisite minerals and sumptuous South Sea pearls.   Mish’s jewelry is delightful & whimsical and represents the finest work possible in craftsmanship and design. 

The current Mish collection will be on exhibit in the Preservation Foundation’s Robert M. Grace Library.