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Meredith Frederick Design - The New Yorker with the Unique Style We Love to Love

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Kate Spade wearing Meredith Frederick bracelets

From Oprah to Kate Spade, Meredith Frederick jewelry has been making headlines by New York Times writers and well-known politicians, like Hillary Clinton, as an eclectic and unique accessory collection.

According to WAG magazine, the Long Island native and NYC pastry chef, Meredith Frederick, was able to satisfy her creative side by designing jewelry. No surprise, her inspiration came from her travel history in which she went to Macedonia and became enamored with the style and technique of beading originating from the Victorian era. The internationally sourced beads and stones are woven tightly by hand and are unlike any pieces created in the US. Not to be confused with pearl bracelets, the slip-on style matches the technique she acquired from her obsession with the Macedonian-inspired style. One of the most intriguing parts of her style is how set apart she is in her style from well-known designers like Michael Kors, Marc Jacobs, and Roberto Coin and lesser known NYC-born designs such as John Hardy, Alexis Bittar, Eddie Borgo, and Chan Luu.

Meredith Frederick Lavinia Bracelet

Most known for the Meredith Frederick bracelets, their handcrafted perfection combined with the roll-on design are made up of various semiprecious stones, gold (from 14-18 karat), silver and gemstones. Colors include black onyx beads, mystic topaz, yellow gold, labradorite beads, hematite beads, and zircon. The bracelets are most often seen stacked on one another to create a full and decadent look. Ranging from $520 to over $1,500, the widths and designs of each piece are unique and eye-catching. According to the designer, the black onyx bead bracelets are her most popular she feels because her main customer base is from New York City, and “New Yorkers love black”. With collections under feminine names like Elsa, Odette, Leala, Haddie, Deb, Sue, Beth, Audrey, and Daisy, any woman can feel special.

Meredith Frederick Design Elsa Necklace

It’s safe to say that we could find any outfit that will work with a piece by Meredith Frederick because of the versatile styles and numerous colors. With a nod to our staff at Woodrow Jewelers in Rye, NY, our favorite combination has been the Meredith Frederick Elsa link gold and silver bracelet and the matching necklace. The chunky design works for a casual day look or for a special date night out.  


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