Bermuda is Calling. Behind our Feature in the New York Times
Bermuda is Calling. Behind our Feature in the New York Times

Here at Alexandra Mosher Jewellery we are passionate about providing our customers with the best experience possible. For us that has always gone beyond our jewellery. We are constantly striving to provide guidance and recommendations to our customers to make sure they get the most out of their time in Bermuda and get to enjoy all of the beauties of the Island we love so much.

That's why we are so thrilled to be featured in the New York Times Bermuda Tourism Feature, "Bermuda is Calling." Journalist, Tia Brown, did such a beautiful job capturing the charm and community of our little island and it was an honour to be photographed by Nhuri Bashir for the feature. And of course we'd like to thank the Bermuda Tourism Authority for making it all happen!

Check out the digital article to take a little trip around the island. Scroll to slides 15-22 to get to know some of Alexandra's favorite businesses and local spots, or keep reading for some of Alexandra's quotes from the article.

Front Street, Hamilton Bermuda

Front Street, Hamilton

I've never seen a capital city have a more stunning main street. One side is lined with candy-colored buildings, alive with the hustle and bustle of locals, visitors and international business people dining on balconies and shopping. The other side of Front Street is the gorgeous waterfront of Hamilton Harbour, where you can watch little boats cruise by in our turquoise blue water.

Lili Bermuda Perfumery


Lili Bermuda Perfumery

Lili Bermuda is one of the island's most iconic brands. Not only are the fragrances beautiful and sophisticated, the experiences the owner and her team create are exquisite.  You can take a workshop to design your own perfume and they offer an afternoon tea experience that is delightful.


The Unfinished Church

I love that the Unfinished Church feels like a place where nature is interwoven into a magical man-made space. The limestone blocks that form the open structure are made of micro-organisms that date back to an age long ago.  In fact, one of my most-loved wedding ring designs has the actual texture of the Unfinished Church embedded into the surface of the gold.