ATTENTION ALL SEA LOVERS!
We are pleased to announce CINER’S Nautical Collection will be sold worldwide through the New York Times Online Store!! CINER is ecstatic to be continuing their collaboration with The New York Times! CINER has a rich history, rooted in New York, so partnering with The New York Times is what many may consider a match made in heaven. See the Nautical Collection below and make sure to visit the New York Times Shop before they sell out!
The Bathing Beauty Pin
Feel like an absolute star wearing CINERS gorgeous Starfish Pin! As the New York Times Shop perfectly states, this delicately hand made pin glistens with crystal, aqua, and light rose rhinestones and is accented with a bold twinkling aqua center. Trust us when we say, this pin is the perfect statement piece for seasons to come! Don’t miss out while the Starfish Pin is available on the New York Times Shop!
Are you ready CINER Ladies?! CINERS absolutely stunning Crab Pin is now available at The New York Times Shop! This Crab Pin is pavéd with clear crystal rhinestones and set with several oval cut black diamond stones. Get this Crab-tivating Pin before it sells out!
The seahorse, a symbol of protection and strength, is the perfect sea creature to bring this saying to life. With multi turquoise, aquamarine and montana blue stones, our Seahorse Pin will bring an eccentric flare to your wardrobe. Get your Pin before it sells out and Seas the day!!
Bill Copeland once said, “Be like a turtle and ease into your own shell.” Allow CINER to help you ease into your own shell with this signature Turtle Pin! CINERS handcrafted Turtle Pin features jade cabochons and faceted topaz rhinestones that gives this playful piece an absolute elegant effect. Trust us, you are going to want to order this pin FAST because it’s turtle-y awesome.
Puffy Fish Pin
Under the Sea! Under the Sea!! Darling it’s better when you’re wearing CINER take it from me!!! The CINER Puffy Fish is set with Aqua Bohemica stones that exude a perfect marine ambiance! Pin this gorgeous piece on any-fin! It will be spectacular!
This January, CINER will be celebrating their 125th Anniversary. CINER originally opened in Lower Manhattan on Maiden Lane, in 1892, by Emanuel Ciner. Today, the granddaughter of Emanuel Ciner, Pat Ciner Hill, is the President of CINER! Pat’s daughter, Jean Hill, is also the Vice President at CINER! What a family affair!
Written by Stephanie Fuhro