Those inspired by the beauty and grandeur of Grand Central Terminal can take a very stylish piece of it home with them.
Erwin Pearl, the fashion jewelry company established in 1952, was granted exclusive rights to design a line of jewelry that reflects the history and elegance of Grand Central.
The result is “The Centennial Collection: 100 Years of Grand Central Terminal,” which is filled with collectible – and charmingly wearable – pieces that interpret many of the most iconic aspects of the terminal.
There are earrings, necklaces and bangles that depict the vibrant celestial ceiling and earrings and necklaces that reflect the unique pineapple-shape chandeliers.
Charms based on the famed eagle sculptures perched outside the terminal now adorn necklaces, while the clock – the four-sided timepiece in the middle of the terminal floor that has proved a meeting place for families, friends and lovers for decades – is featured on necklaces, charms and sleek keychains. There are also charm bracelet pieces such as a locomotive engine and the terminal itself, along with a large selection, including cuff links, which carries the graphic GCT logo.
With pieces in silvertone, goldtone and sterling silver, the Erwin Pearl line showcases Austrian crystals, French enamel, brass and man-made pearls. Made in the USA, the commemorative jewelry ranges from $48 to $295.
The Centennial Collection is available at the company’s GCT location, Forever Silver by Erwin Pearl, in the terminal’s Lexington Passage.
For more details, call (212) 922-1106 or visit erwinpearl.com.