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The premier New York Icier, Marchello The Jeweler, has been making amazing, custom jewelry for some of the biggest names in the world for 27 years. His success in the industry not only makes him the hottest commodity in Queens, New York but nearly the entire world! Marchello’s extremely rare and limited pieces are recognized by the industries A-list celebrities that includes Floyd “Money” Mayweather, DJ Khaled, 50 Cent, Trey Songz, Chris Brown, Fabolous, LL Cool J, Ja Rule, Lil Kim, Beenie Man, Elephant Man, and Movado.  He is so sought out to the point that Mr. Vegas, one of the greatest musicians in reggae, only gets his jewelry from Marchello every time he is in New York. He has even tapped into the sports market with many athletes from the NBA, NFL, Soccer professional leagues, and the NHL.

Basketball has Michael Jordan, football has Tom Brady, music has Michael Jackson, and the jewelry industry has Marchello! After mastering the market, crafted impeccably similar to how high-end wine is supplied by the finest vineyards, Marchello caught the attention of people by informing telling consumers the importance of diamonds, in which industry experts hail Marchello as an expert of embellishing premium luxury ornaments. By setting a trend of marking his prices that don’t break pockets and gives buyers premium high-end diamond watches and jewelry made Marchello one of the most sought after jewelers. 

With a personality that shines brighter than the pieces he curates, Marchello views crafting pristine jewelry and watches like how Leonardo Da Vinci painted legendary moments on canvases. “To last this long in an industry which requires great care for ornaments used to curate pieces that makes my clients happy is a blessing by God,” Marchello said. “With the abundance of premium wear providers in not only New York but the world and people from all walks of life choose me to provide them with life-changing ice is humbling. I never take it for granted.”