Imaginative Jewelry at Creel and Gow
Cora Sheibani Creel & Gow trunk show
Creel and Gow, a boutique on New York’s Upper East Side, is known for its inventory of intriguing, offbeat objects from around the world. That notoriety makes it an ideal backdrop for the whimsical jewelry by London-based designer Cora Sheibani, which will be featured in a trunk show at the store November 5 to November 7 (10 A.M.–6 P.M.; 131 E. 70th St.; 212-327-4281; creelandgow.com).
Sheibani’s work ranges from wiry, architectural pieces studded with luminescent gemstones in the Valence Plus collection (pictured here) to abstract cloud-shaped designs to colorful cocktail rings inspired by copper culinary molds. She continually brings new pieces to life (a recently designed set of diamond rings, a first for her, is available through special order) and enjoys the freedom of creating items that both she and her clientele love.
“I don’t often have design deadlines like fashion or retail designers,” she explains, “which means I only make what I really think is great and worth producing.” corasheibani.com.