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The global destination for luxury piercing.
Maria Tash is the global destination for luxury piercing. Open since 2004, our New York home has 3 private piercing rooms. Here we offer styling, piercing, check-ups for old piercings and consultations for new ones. At this location, we also offer a wider range of body piercing. Our male and female expert piercers have extensive training, a passion for design, and a commitment to a comfortable bedside manner, making them some of the best in the world. The Maria Tash piercing experience is your opportunity to express yourself through jewelry.
MARIA TASH | Fine Jewelry & Luxury Piercing can be found at 653 Broadway . The following is offered: Jewelry Retailers - In New York there are 0 other Jewelry Retailers. An overview can be found here.
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A native New Yorker, Maria was influenced by the bold music and fashion of the late ‘70s, ‘80s, and early ‘90s. She studied at Columbia University before moving abroad to attend King’s College in London. There she embraced the rebellion of the punk/goth scene with its asymmetrical looks, dramatic makeup, and unusual piercings. She carried this spirit back to New York, where she honed her needle technique. Maria viewed piercing as a form of beauty and wanted to couple it with delicate fine jewelry — a contrast to the popular thick, industrial styles at the time. Her penchant for interesting placements drew her to navel jewelry. Soon, she was designing custom pieces for all body locations at her first studio, which opened in Manhattan’s East Village in 1993.
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