DeNatale Jewelers Unveils Its New Space in the Historic Trinity Building
On November 28th, 104 year old DeNatale Jewelers, a beloved jewelry institution in the Financial District, celebrated its grand re-opening in the historic Trinity building at 111 Broadway. Guests marveled at the beautiful new space adorned with vaulted ceilings, ornate molding and stained glass windows in one of the city’s grandest buildings. Since 1908, generations of the DeNatale family have maintained a reputation as a trusted jeweler, offering designer, custom and one of a kind jewelry.
Esteemed clients and friends mingled with jewelry designers from Armadani, Demarco, Lazare Kaplan and Gumuchian who displayed their stunning jewels. Huge stained glass windows showcase the green and peaceful Trinity courtyard while providing abundant sunlight to make the gems glisten. Among the attendees was former Governor Paterson as well as downtown officials. Guests were thrilled to see this thriving downtown establishment at home in an appropriately elegant setting. Ten percent of all sales from the evening were donated to the 9/11 Memorial fund.
“We are so pleased to have settled into such a beautiful, special place that is not just a part of New York’s history – but our family’s as well. We felt like it was fate to find such a perfect space in the neighborhood that we have called home for so long. It was wonderful to open our doors to our loyal clients and friends to celebrate our new location and our continued legacy,” expresses co-owner Jim DeNatale.
In this new location, customers will be able to experience the continued tradition set by the DeNatale third generation family led today by brothers Robert, John and Jim who are devoted to assisting their clients. DeNatale Jewelers prides itself on combining the latest fine jewelry style with good, old-fashioned values. Garnering top reviews from its patrons, coupled with an exquisite new space, DeNatale Jewelers is well positioned for continued growth and excellence for years to come.