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Owner Wen Wen Lin and her designer boyfriend, Felix Zhang, bring hip, affordable jewelry ($15–$100) to the Lower East Side with their first stand-alone shop. Each bauble is handmade and sourced from India, Turkey or NYC artists. Natural-stone pieces such as druzy necklaces ($48–$68), earrings ($58) and delicate rings ($48) are encased in sterling silver and make up the bulk of the store’s offerings. If gem accessories aren’t your style, Incaze also hawks silk multicolored necklaces ($58–$78) and small bottles of silver ($12) and gold ($15) leaves for creating your own glitzy DIY projects.