Throughout the store, you can see finely painted works by artists such as:
- Marshall Johnson
- Niek van der Plas
- Octavius Thomas Clark
- Paul Renard
- Raffaello Celommi
One of our featured artists, Raffaello Celommi is a master of the 20th century Italian Romanticism. His interpretation of seemingly mundane daily affairs comes to vivid life with his skill and detail of the brush.
In his artwork below, Celommi uses the light from the setting sun to illuminate the entire atmosphere and tone of the work. In an instance, a return home from a fishing voyage unfolds a vibrant love affair with the characters Celommi depicts. The young woman and man gaze into one another’s eyes as though they have been apart for years. This work is a good example of which Celommi encompasses the range of a romantic landscape with the element of intense human realism and emotion.
Sailing off Deer Island, Boston Harbor is done by hometown artist, Marshall Johnson. Born in Boston in 1850, Johnson is renowned for his atmospheric, dramatic marine paintings that depict ships at sea with realistic detail. This 18 x 24 in. oil on canvas painting is available for sale at our Boston Flagship store.
For more information on the artwork or to inquire about a purchase, please visit our store Boston Flagship store at 39 Newbury St. or call 617-267-9100.
Just in time for Father’s Day, Shreve, Crump & Low has acquired a unique line of luxury home goods from L’Objet. These Porcelain finished pieces are the perfect gift this Father’s Day. This collection also makes great groomsmen or bridesmaid gifts. Shreve’s is able to order anything from L’Objet’s catalog to complete your order.
Our giftware department also carries money clips, cuff links, beer steins, cod ties and Fenway mirrors, paper weights or prints that would make the perfect Father’s Day gift.
Shreve, Crump & Low‘s Boston Flagship store has an on-site jeweler who is able to repair luxury jewelry. Anything from custom design, engravings, appraisals and restringing pearls; Shreve, Crump & Low is able to assist you.
Our riveting watch floor carries some of the most unique brands such as:
- A. Lange & Söhne
- Baume & Mercier
- Bell & Ross
- Carl F. Bucherer
- Franck Muller
- Roger Dubuis
- Vacheron Constantin
In the need of a watch repair, we are able to help accommodate you with sending your timepiece to the authorized service center. We have Shreve, Crump & Low as well as branded straps on-site. We also have the ability to custom order straps to fit your watch.
To inquire about jewelry repair, please visit our Boston Flagship store at 39 Newbury St. or call 1-617-303-0321.
In 1868 a Bostonian named Florentine Ariosto Jones established a triumvirate of American pioneering spirit, German engineering, and Swiss precision. With values rooted in innovation and engineering excellence, IWC, the International Watch Company, leads the industry with its “Engineered for Men” mechanical watches.
In true innovative fashion, IWC has just released two new lines within its collection: the redesigned Ingenieur and the Portuguese Chronograph Classic.
The Reference 3904, Portuguese Chronograph Classic is the latest interpretation of IWC’s in-house 89361 calibre. With a Flyback Chronograph, combined hour and minute register, 68-hour power reserve, 42mm diameter, and Santoni strap, this can be considered the big brother to the iconic reference 3714.
Originally designed by Gerald Genta, the newly crafted Reference 3239 consistently reflects the design elements of its heritage dating back to the 1976 Ingenieur SL. Its moderate dimensions are perfectly suited for the slimmer wrist, and its soft-iron inner cage affords the movement maximum protection against magnetic fields. With its signature 5 holed bezel design, this 40mm automatic and water resistance to 120 meters, rugged watch will be a sure fit in anyone’s collection.
For more information on these remarkable timepieces, please visit us at our store at 39 Newbury St., by phone at 617-267-9100 or by email at [email protected]
Shreve, Crump & Low is proud to announce the acquisition of one of North America’s finest diamonds, a 17.98 carat Internally Flawless Emerald Cut Diamond with a certificate from GIA stating it is Type IIa. For a diamond of that size to be graded internally flawless is quite an achievement, and places it among the rarest in the world.
David Walker, Chief Executive Officer of Shreve, Crump & Low describes the acquisition,
“Owning one of the rarest diamonds in the world is a great achievement for our business, which continues to grow each year. When I was presented with the opportunity to buy a diamond of that magnitude, cut with such great proportions, I could not pass on it. We look forward to finding a proper home for the diamond, with a fine gem collector who will enjoy it for years, and generations to come.”
While each characteristic of the diamond are rare in its own right, it is the combination of them that make it beyond exceptional. It features an emerald cut faceting arrangement done so well it will stand next to the finest diamond cutting standards in the world. In fact during the cutting process of this gem the diamond cutter sacrificed an extra 1.00 carat of final weight to ensure the finest standards were upheld. Although this sounds as though material is wasted, on a diamond of this rarity maintaining the ideal cut and proportion was the highest priority. Next the clarity, simply put, it is perfect or in technical terms internally flawless. This diamond lacks any inclusions at all, even under a microscope, despite being an exceptionally large stone. Another rare trait of this stone is a very rare designation that some fine diamonds have been known to possess that is referred to as Type IIa. In the Type IIa report accompanying this stone GIA states “Type IIa diamonds are the most chemically pure type of diamond and often have exceptional optical transparency. Type IIa diamonds were first identified as originating from India (particularly from the Golconda region) but have since been discovered in all major diamond-producing regions of the world.” Combine these traits with the weight of 17.98 carats makes this diamond the perfect package, and what many would call a once in a lifetime stone.
All of this rarity and exclusivity combines to describe what is not only one of the rarest diamonds Shreve, Crump & Low has ever owned, but also one of the most beautiful. The striking appearance of this diamond in person is something that will take your breath away.
To schedule an appointment to view this incredibly important diamond, please contact;
Chief Executive Officer
Chestnut Hill Office
Daum has been creating world-renowned crystal since 1878 when Jean Daum acquired a glassworks factory in Nancy, France. Using a technique created approximately 5,000 years ago that involves a complex proportion of pigments, harmony of transparencies, and the skill or sculptors and engravers, Daum has earned international acclaim for its works of art. The artisans at Daum capture fine details and subtle contouring so that each crystal work of art radiates with light and color.
Click HERE to see highlights of the Daum pieces we recently introduced into our gift collections in our Boston Flagship store.
It is always such a pleasure to introduce new jewelry into our collections. Case in point: This platinum and 18 karat yellow gold custom made three-stone ring consisting of a radiant cut natural canary diamond weighing 11.53 carats. The center stone is flanked by two trapezoid cut diamonds having a total weight of 1.43 carats. Please click HERE for more details.
This gorgeous ring is currently in our Chestnut Hill store, located 232 Boylston Street (Route 9 Eastbound) in Chestnut Hill, Mass. Please call us at 800.328.4326 or 617.969.6262 for more information.
We are pleased to announce that we are now carrying Riedel crystal at Shreve, Crump & Low. Originally established in Bohemia in 1756, the company has been owned by the same family for more than 250 years. Claus Riedel was the first person in the long history of the glass to design its shape according to the character of the wine. He is thus the inventor of the functional wine glass. Georg Riedel (11th generation) and Maximilian Riedel (12th generation) currently head up the company. TIME Magazine has extolled the excellence of this crystal: “The Riedel family has never stamped its name on a single bottle of wine. But over the past 50 years, this Austrian clan of master glassmakers has done more to enhance the oenophile’s pleasure than almost any winemaking dynasty”.
Riedel is the originator of the concept of having many different glasses with characteristics designed to enhance specific types of wines. These range from the short, narrow-mouthed port glass to the balloon-shaped burgundy glass, capable of holding an entire bottle of wine. In theory, the different shapes direct the wine to different parts of the mouth, emphasizing the best characteristics of the class of wines. Another characteristic of Riedel glasses is that they are designed to hold a small amount of wine relative to the volume of the glass, allowing the aroma of the wine to collect in the bowl. Typically a normal “glass of wine” will occupy about a third or less of a Riedel stem.
In The Wine Advocate, The leading United States wine criticRobert M. Parker, Jr. has stated, “The finest glasses for both technical and hedonistic purposes are those made by Riedel. The effect of these glasses on fine wine is profound. I cannot emphasize enough what a difference they make.”
Please call our Boston Flagship Store at 617-267-9100 or visit us at 39 Newbury Street in Boston to learn more about our collection of Riedel Crystal.
Tilda Swinton, the extraordinary British actress known for her unique fashion sense and memorable acting roles, is the muse and celebrity icon for Pomellato, the Milanese jewelry house founded in 1967. Swinton has been very visible in Pomellato’s advertisements for their new Nudo Collection – a bigger, stronger version of the sleek jewel, featuring gems in bold tones, including London blue topaz, Madera quartz, amethyst, lemon quartz, along with a limited edition in olivine and mandarin garnet. Come visit Shreve, Crump & Low’s Boston Flagship Store at 39 Newbury Street to see this beautiful gemstone jewelry.
More than just a Manufacture, Roger Dubuis reflects a world of its own. A world where exuberance is queen and creativity reigns supreme. It is a resolutely extravagant, rebellious and elegant Manufacture, worthy of the best in haute horlogerie. For innovation is born from a heartfelt respect of tradition and craftsmanship. Using technique to enhance aesthetics and nurture strong concepts born from unbridled creativity: this is the spirit that the Manufacture instills into each of its collections.
The over-sized cases with transparent backs, the imposing crowns, the stylized roman numerals, the three lugs attaching the strap to the case or the tourbillon carriage shaped like a Celtic cross are all Roger Dubuis signatures. They are the marks of these fabulous mechanical objects, all ever-ready to defy the senses.
La Monégasque watch collection with its distinctive silhouette accentuated by refined and elegant lines is inspired by Monte Carlo. A contemporary interpretation of watchmaking codes rooted in tradition, La Monégasque places its bets firmly on audacity and excellence.
We invite you to visit our Newbury Street Watch Salon in Boston, email us at [email protected], or call us at 617-267-9100 to learn more about Roger Dubuis.