Toni + Chloë Goutal, an antique, fine jewelry that celebrates the Victorian Grand period for the modern woman, is coming to the Hamptons. Each of their designs is a one-of-a-kind creation that is comprised of globally sourced 19th-century materials and hand-crafted in New York City. The unique pieces will be available on Thursday, August 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Goutal’s summer home in Sag Harbor alongside an exclusive curate from Manhattan’s Artemisa Gallery.
“Following a successful event with Sag Harbor’s Joey Wolffer, we look forward to welcoming customers to view the new exclusive collection of one-of-a-kind antique pieces alongside like-minded gallery, Artemisa,” said Toni + Chloë Goutal.
The Goutal mother-daughter duo has a longtime affiliation to the luxury market, including Toni’s previous design experience creating unique pieces for the world renowned jeweler, Fred Leighton. Additionally, The Goutals are related to late designer Angela Kramer, late perfumer Annick Goutal and Marie-France Goutal Cohen, Founder of the luxury children’s line, BonPoint and the famed Parisian concept store, Merci. Toni passed along her experience and discerning eye to daughter Chloe, age 24, who has introduced a young and fresh millennial eye to their collaborative business.
The Goutal’s summer home is located at 162 Madison Street in Sag Harbor. To RSVP, email to [email protected]. For more information, visit www.toniandchloegoutal.com.