I've lived in Manhattan for
my entire life, and somehow I've managed to miss The Shape of Lies, a
tiny jewel box on 127 East 7th Street, even though it's been open for
thirty years. The owner, lives in the back of the store with her
husband, and makes many of the pieces she sells on a jeweler's bench
that sits right behind the cash wrap. It's incredible to stumble upon
the space, which seems like the last standing relic of the era of Mom
and Pop stores, which once dominated the the East Village...
Tiffany from sixsixsick.blogspot
Every time I put my necklace on
I think of you and your wonderful store, and I keep telling as many
people as I can.
The ring was
great, she loved it. She gets compliments on it everywhere she
I just wanted to
thank you again for the great work you did on the necklace. My
girlfriend loves it and hasn't taken it off since her birthday!
Take care, Jesse
grateful once upon a time and happenstance I found myself standing in
front of your window, curious enough to walk into The Shape of Lies.
I wear your creations with pride - even people who never
commented on my jewelry do so now! That is an extreme compliment
to, well, both of us don't you agree!"
Sherry (snoopy bear) Eid NYC
Whether I'm ferreting out top talent
for clients, or finding hidden shops in Manhattan I love to land on a
needle in a haystack like The Shape of Lies.
The shop on East 7th or their web site
are my go to, reliable sources for unusual jewelry for gifts or for me.
Everyone compliments me on my Greek
earrings, I am wearing them as I type.
Marilyn M. Machlowitz, Ph.D.
Machlowitz Consultants, Inc.
Executive Search Firm NYC