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Alexandra Jacobs is on the hunt for Mother's Day jewelry in this week's Critical Shopper. Antique jewelry store Doyle & Doyle reminds her of the Natural Museum of American History, while Ippolita presented expensive things both big and small, and Mociun felt like an art gallery full of ultra-delicate options: "I'd be concerned about dropping these down the drain, Incredible Shrinking Woman-style, after leaving them on the edge of my farmhouse sink while hand-washing the pottery (hyper-local soap, $15)." [NYT]