Inside Mish’s New High Jewelry Store in Palm Beach, Florida – Robb Report


Just in time for the annual peak season gathering of the well-heeled townspeople in Palm Beach, Florida, Jeweler Mish Tworkowski opened a new boutique for its eponymous brand mish in the heart of the city. Call it a kind of homecoming: The designer and his architect partner, Joseph Singer, already owned a property in the area, but last year they decided to make Palm Beach their permanent home, leaving New York for greener and sunnier pastures.

Originally designed in 1924 by renowned architect Addison Mizner, the space at 244 South County Road now serves as the creative headquarters for Mish’s bespoke jewelry designs. “We’re unique to Palm Beach because there’s no other place here where you can create a piece of jewelry from scratch,” says Tworkowski. “You can go to Graff or a lot of other wonderful high-end jewelers, but if you want to change a little thing, they’ll say ‘Bye-bye’.”

The exterior of Mish’s new Palm Beach store; Tworkowski inside the shop

Carmel Brantley

Of course, for customers preferring to buy it now, the store has over 300 completed items in the vault, including the latest “Why knot?», his first complete high jewelry collection in three years, which recreates the twirling patterns of a rope beaten by the sea in 18-carat gold and exceptional precious stones.

Mish Jewelry

The Pearl Tassel necklace from the series “Why Knot?” collection.

Franklin Castillo

The space itself communicates Tworkowski’s cultured and holistic approach; an avid gardener, he’s adorned the store with hanging orchids and tropical bird-of-paradise arrangements to complement an interior that includes everything from floral prints by Lloyd Sexton (formerly owned by Brooke Astor) to a vintage metal pagoda from the estate of socialite Carroll Petrie, he bought it at Sotheby’s. “We feel very lucky to be here,” Tworkowski says of his new sanctuary. “It’s such a beautiful lifestyle.”


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