Siegelson is the most important dealer of 20th-century jewelry design in the world. A third generation American gallery, Siegelson has amassed the most beautiful and important collection of iconic works of art, attracting the best and most discerning institutional and private clients. Vogue Paris proclaimed “Lee Siegelson, New York’s King of Jewelry.”
The only gallery bridging the gap between fine art and jewelry design, Siegelson attracts an emerging generation of international buyers. The Financial Times said that “Lee Siegelson is at the vanguard . . . bringing antique and period jewelry out from its exquisitely carved ivory tower, and presenting it in a contemporary context . . . making it more relevant to fashion, style and today’s international design and art-collecting community.” President of Christie’s Asia Francois Curiel said, “Siegelson demonstrates that at this level, the traditional barriers between jewelry and art disappear, and jewels which are one-of-a-kind become true works of art.”
Siegelson is the jeweler museums turn to when mounting their most prolific shows, loaning more than 100 pieces to 25 museum exhibitions in the past decade, more than any other dealer in the world. In the exhibition The Jazz Age at Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum, more than 17 seminal examples of Art Deco design were loaned by Siegelson, or had been sold by the company to private or museum collection.
With a century of experience and an unparalleled collection of masterpieces, Siegelson represents uncompromising quality and design presented in a fresh way.