Every piece from Misha of New York is hand-crafted in New York City. Working in gemstones, sterling silver and 14 karat gold and gold-filled wire, his original designs are born of his early experiences as an artist.
Misha originally trained as a young artist in Odessa (the former Soviet Union), and came to the U.S. in 1990. His skills and his rare talent in working with enamel quickly led to a job at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, reproducing Faberge Eggs.
As he found his voice in creating original jewelry designs, he embarked on his own in (1997), working in New York City. Of his several groupings, Fortunoff has presented mostly those featuring gemstones and 14 karat gold over the last few years. He currently works in sterling silver and oxidized sterling, with deep black tones, as well as gold filled wire. Misha works with his wife, making every piece in New York City, and will be featuring a new collection inspired by the famed Faberge’ eggs that were so instrumental in his early growth as a craftsman.
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