The Chicago Sidney Garber store recently underwent an interior redesign and I stopped at the store to see new look, the jewelry (of course) and to meet up with Brooke Garber Neidich, jewelry designer and daughter of Sidney Garber.
I met Brooke before and she’s always warm, friendly and stylish. She told me they did a similar renovation first at their New York store and more recently here in Chicago. There are paintings hanging from Brooke’s own personal collection of artwork that she had previously stored and decided they “needed to be seen!” On one wall you will notice modern and abstract paintings and along the opposite wall are four light and airy pieces by Matthew Ritchie representing the four seasons. The jewelry is now displayed on gorgeous dark wood.
Now to show you some of the newest jewelry including timeless favorites. Sidney Garber fine jewelry pieces are designed to be worn all the time, from day to night. Just like Brooke’s art collection, they are not meant to be stored but need to be seen!
Sidney Garber | 118 E Delaware Place | Chicago
– Carol Calacci
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