Almost a decade ago, Pedro Boregaard Artisan Jeweler transferred his studio from Manhattan’s Madison Avenue to tiny Narrowsburg in Upstate New York. His move was trend-setting, an early and significant puzzle piece in the revitalization of a village that has become one of the most picturesque hamlets on the Upper Delaware River.
When he opened his jewelry store in a former bank building on Main Street, Pedro Boregaard brought his discerning eye for detail and the reputation of being a master craftsman. He shuns mass production: all pieces are made entirely by hand. His objects, created to last a lifetime, stand out with an alluring mix of elegance and coolness.