Featured at a new jewelry show slated to be held in New York, during Aq will be 25 vendors showing magnificent antique, estate, vintage, costume and designer jewelry. In addition, there will be some ladies’ accessories, such as handbags and other feminine fancies on display.
By the eve of the great Depression, in 1929, Newark, NJ, produced ninety percent of the gold jewelry in the United States. Museum curator U.G. Diets discusses in his talk "The Lower End of Splendor: Middle Class Jewelry in Context."
John Moran Auctioneers is ringing in the holidays with its inaugural Headquarters Auction, a sale of fine jewelry, watches, coins and luxury accessories scheduled for Dec. 6, 2012.
A new antiques and fine art event, Antiques & Art Avant-Garde Greenwich, will take center stage Dec. 14-16 as a ground-breaking fund-raiser for two of Fairfield County’s most respected organizations.
Brad Wanstrath will manage the consigning, cataloging and selling of fine jewelry and timepieces for Cowan’s Auctions' two annual fine jewelry and timepieces auctions.
A rare Corum diamond and 18-karat gold Rolls Royce radiator wristwatch and a a diamond cuff bangle bracelet are two lots to watch at an Aug. 15, 2012 auction. The bracelet is expected to bring between $15,000 and $18,000.
The 35th annual Antique Jewelry & Art Conference, “Jewelry Camp,” hosted by Directors Edward and Sandy Lewand, will take place July 27-29 at the Renaissance Westchester Hotel in White Plains, N.Y.
A public auction, with live and online bidding, features selections of fine bronzes, antiques, original paintings, art glass, jewelry, Asian antiques and more. A pair of life-size bronze sculptures by South African artist Dylan Lewis, titled “Leopard Crushing Serpent,” is the expected top lot.
Cordier Auctions' May 19-20 public auction holds 875 lots of fine antiques and art, including three paintings by Walter Baum and an ivory, bronze & onyx figure by Demetre Chiparus.
Bonhams' April 19, 2012 jewelry auction grossed an unexpected $4.5 million, boosting the firm's outlook for the rest of the year. "We were thrilled to see some of our seasoned, experienced collectors return to the auction room after several years, as well as, eager new buyers," said Susan Abeles, Bonhams head of jewelry.