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Luriya Sits Down With NYC Jewelry And Watch Show Exhibitors Gemlok And Jewels By Grace

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Article posted by Taylor Carty on blog.luriya.com

From October 27th – 30th the Metropolitan Pavilion hosted the 3rd annual NYC Jewelry and Watch show. This year’s showcase is one of many jewelry, antique, and fine craft events organized by the Palm Beach Show Group. The Palm Beach Show Group is recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows.

“We were thrilled to introduce a bigger and better-than-ever New York City Jewelry & Watch Show this year. We welcomed new dealers, modified the floor plan and felt a palpable buzz and enthusiasm of shoppers over the course of four action-packed days,” said Andrea Canady, Show Director of the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show. “The show floor was filled with serious retail and dealer buyers and many of the clientele were new, first time attendees to the show.”

This year’s show was filled with hundreds of top-notch companies showcasing an array of beautiful pieces. Whether you are an enthusiast, buyer, or an aficionado, there was something at the NYC Jewelry and Watch show for all.

Here at Luriya, we had the opportunity to walk the floor of the show and even speak to a few designers and collectors.

Jewels By Grace is a jewelry boutique that specializes in rare and antique diamonds, fine vintage and estate jewelry, and contemporary engagement rings. Owner, Grace Navarro loves what she does and lives by a straightforward business philosophy: connect with clients. We asked Grace a few questions about Jewels By Grace.

What kind of jewelry do you sell?
A vast collection of vintage and antique pieces, with emphasis on deco and Edwardian pieces, with a curated collection of Victorian and Georgian pieces.

Is this your first New York Jewelry & Watch Show?
This is my second time – last year was my first. If anyone remembers, we were at that corner booth which, we were told, was the most raucous during the show.

Do you have a favorite contemporary jewelry style?
I am loving the chunky, bold pieces in yellow gold, mostly from designers.

Do you have a favorite precious stone?
While diamonds will remain my perennial favorite, emeralds and rubies come in close seconds.

Out of the pieces you sell/have sold, which is your favorite?
I had a 6ctw+ Victorian 3-stone ring with gorgeous scrolls which I sold – still one of my favorite pieces of jewelry.

What exceptional pieces will you bring to the New York Jewelry and Watch Show this year?
I am bringing a vast collection of exceptional engagement rings, and vintage gemstone rings from notable jewelry houses.

And what exceptional jewelry she brought! We loved her vintage diamond and sapphire ring and this gorgeous tiara bangle in rose gold, with 1.15ctw of chunky old mine cut diamondstiara bangle. Both of these pieces are from the Victorian Romantic Period. “People during that period were big on motifs,” said Grace. “They said things through symbols and used hearts, birds, and crosses to convey how they felt.”

We also spoke to Gemlok jewelry. Gemlok jewelry is a handcrafted jewelry company founded on a dream. Parisian designer Jean Vitau came to New York with a pocket full of wedding band samples and hope. That was over fifty-three

years ago, since then his brand and patented Gemlock trademark took off and became Vitau’s claim to fame.

So, what is the classic Gemlok setting? Jean Vitau’s innovative design technique allowed a bride to have a cutting-edge look that was secure and snag proof. Besides the gemlock setting, Gemlock has gone on to sell a variety of handcrafted jewelry and brooches.

What kind of jewelry do you sell?
We design, manufacture and sell high end classic and fashion jewelry. We truly have something for everyone looking for fine, quality, American made jewelry. Whether it’s someone looking for a beautiful Gemlok eternity band or matching Gemlok classic necklaces and bracelets crafted in platinum or 18kt yellow gold, or a client looking for an unusual gemstone pair of earrings. The quality of our diamonds is unsurpassed and we are known for the quality of our colored gemstones.

While our pieces have a European design sensibility as the Vitaus are French, each piece is crafted here in New York.

Is this your first New York Jewelry & Watch Show?
This is our first show but having had success at the Baltimore show we are excited!

Our new Miroir Earrings are such a sensation because of the design originality, but all the while will remain a classic. In designing we try to offer contemporary styling all the while realizing that when a client is investing in a fine piece of jewelry they want to be able to wear it for a long time and so we try to create pieces that are classic as well as contemporary.

Do you have a favorite precious stone?
Nowadays “precious stone” has new meaning. I love the the amazing color palette available with the variety of colored stones available today. For example the amazing sparkle and brilliant colors you can find in Spinels is very inspiring to designers. Semi precious is no longer “taboo”, on the contrary consumers appreciate uniqueness which is something fine gemstones create. My passion for color and what is now available has sparked our imagination. I once wasn’t so keen on garnets but the rich pink and deep burgundies amongst a few of the colors found in the Garnet family have become a huge inspiration when designing new pieces.

Out of the pieces you sell/have sold, which is your favorite?
Hard to say. Some of the figurative animal brooches we have created through the years have made me smile, but the colored gemstone earrings that we have been creating recently are definite runner ups.

What exceptional pieces will you bring to the New York Jewelry and Watch Show this year?
Aside from our newer collections of rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets we are also bringing some of our magnificent Vintage brooches and in particular tsavorite, yellow sapphire and diamond leaf collier.

The classic Gemlok earring blew us away at the show! These oval earrings are not only a favorite with us but with most gemlok customers. These 18k white gold minilok mirror oval earing with marquis sit beautifully in the ear and are unique. Gemlok aims to create modern pieces with a timeless feel, and are doing so effortlessly.

We had such a great time getting to know both of these fascinating jewelry designers. If you didn’t have the opportunity to attend don’t worry,

“I think the show is really well attended, it has really good energy, and we’re really impressed with the turnout,” agreed Debra Wilson of Vendome Inc. “We’ll definitely be back next year.

The Palm Beach Show Group is operating ten jewelry and antique shows across the country. You can see their show schedule and locations on their website.

 

 

Originally published on blog.luriya.com on November 20, 2017

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INSTORE: New York Jewelry & Watch Show Concludes

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Article by: INSTORE staff, November 14, 2017

The third annual New York Jewelry & Watch Show produced by the Palm Beach Show Group featured an increase in exhibitors, attendance and all-around excitement. The antique jewelry and timepiece show returned to the New York Metropolitan Pavilion Oct. 27-30. Expanding to include over 80 international dealers, the event reported overall record attendance of 5,000 guests.

“We were thrilled to introduce a bigger and better-than-ever New York City Jewelry & Watch Show this year. We welcomed new dealers, modified the floor plan and felt a palpable buzz and enthusiasm of shoppers over the course of four action-packed days,” said Andrea Canady, show director. “The show floor was filled with serious retail and dealer buyers and many of the clientele were new, first time attendees to the show.”

Cases filled with extraordinary and rare pieces, from museum-worthy necklace sets and Art Nouveau French tiaras to pristine timepieces and signed jewelry from elegant global brands such as Harry Winston, Cartier, Tiffany  & Co. and Rolex were on display at the show, which was open to both the trade and the public.

This year, exhibitors noticed a popular buying trend that included Van Cleef & Arpels, Buccellati and Georg Jensen as must-have pieces for buyers.

Gus Davis of Camilla Dietz Bergeron found that buyers were also specifically looking for signed jewelry at the New York Jewelry and Watch Show. Some of the Marquee items they sold included a pair of gold and diamond earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels, a suite of coral jewelry by Buccellati, and an Oscar Heyman Diamond Bracelet.

“As always, this show brings in buyers both domestic and internationally who rely on the Palm Beach Show Group from brining in top dealers from around the world,” said Davis, who credits this year’s success to the Palm Beach Show Group.

Many of the show’s dealers also commented on the turnout this year.

“The show’s been a big success and we’ve sold some big things and had some important jewelers coming through,” said Anup Jogani of Jogani Beverly Hills. “We like being in New York City!”

“I think the show is really well attended, it has really good energy, and we’re really impressed with the turnout,” said Debra Wilson of Vendome Inc. “We’ll definitely be back next year.

Alon Ruschin of Vivid Diamonds said, “The show’s been fantastic this year. We’ve seen a lot of private clients this year. The traffic’s been really good. So we’re enjoying it and having lots of fun.”

With continuous yearly growth in attendance, exhibitors and sales, the 2018 show is set to be the biggest show yet. The fourth annual New York Jewelry & Watch Show will return to the Metropolitan Pavilion Oct. 26-29, 2018.

Owned and produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show is designed to meet the needs of jewelers and collectors alike. With a commitment to create an environment to foster these relationships, the Palm Beach Show Group also sees New York City as an important world-class market where prominent jewelers are exposed to a high-end buying public in addition to the trade industry audience.

 

Originally published in INSTORE on November 14, 2017

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Antiques and The Arts Weekly: Traders In Full Swing At New York City Jewelry & Watch Show

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Cartier bracelet, circa 1940s. Camilla Dietz Bergeron, New York City

Review and Photos by Laura Beach

NEW YORK CITY – There was a lot of bling, but no glitzy preview to kick off the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show. Never mind, this Palm Beach Show Group event did not need one. From the moment the show opened at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea on Friday morning, October 27, crowds were steady and selling was strong. Organizers put attendance at 5,000 visitors during fair’s four-day run.

Palm Beach Show Group president and chief executive officer Scott Diament at Metropolitan Pavilion for the start of the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show on October 27.

Palm Beach Show Group president and chief executive officer Scott Diament at Metropolitan Pavilion for the start of the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show on October 27.

This is one place where shoppers, many of them dealers themselves, appear to know what they are doing. There was a palpable buzz on the floor as colleagues greeted one another, along with frequent interruptions as merchants stopped to write up sales.

Under the direction of Palm Beach Show group president and chief executive officer Scott Diament, the four-day fair distinguishes itself with a wide array of antique and estate jewelry and vintage timepieces offered by nearly 90 exhibitors from the United States and Europe.

Though not the biggest part of the market, rare Nineteenth Century jewelry was plentiful. “Good is good,” Gloria Karp of Glorious Antique Jewelry in New York City boasted of her 18K gold Etruscan Revival necklace, maker unknown but probably Italian and made around 1870.

Created in Paris around 1830 for a costume ball, a parure set with lapis, cornelian and other colorful stones beckoned visitors to Simona Gordon of London. A similar set from 1790 is at the Scottish national museum, the dealer said.

“It’s probably English, very classical and in wonderful condition,” Swampscott, Mass., dealer Sandy Jacob told us, cradling in her palm an enameled Victorian pendant set with natural pearls.

“We’ve always been interested in mourning jewelry,” Baltimore dealer Jackie Smelkinson explained of her extensive collection of historically interesting rings and pins.

Many exhibitors featured Art Deco jewelry, perhaps the most popular collecting period. “Art Deco is my favorite style. It’s one of the best periods for jewelry design and craftsmanship,” Palm Beach, Fla., dealer Kris Charamonde noted, pulling from his case a delectable diamond and sapphire bracelet with matching clips.

Onlyvintage, a watch dealer from Monaco, did steady business.

Onlyvintage, a watch dealer from Monaco, did steady business.

At Windsor Jewelers of New York City, Allison Richman was at the ready with a pair of French clip brooches by Rene Boivin.

Few firms are more admired than the American jewelry house Trabert & Hoeffer-Mauboussin, chronicled in a 2014 volume published by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. With pride, Alan and Janet Levy of the DeYoung Collection in New York City featured an exquisite Trabert & Hoeffer-Mauboussin pin and earrings made in the late 1930s or possibly early 1940s of moonstone, garnets, sapphires and gold.

“From an investment standpoint alone, this is a very good buy,” Anshul Rakyan of the German firm Global Gems said, producing a ring set with cushion-cut diamonds around a rare 4½-carat Kashmir sapphire. The handsome piece called to mind the engagement ring Prince William presented to Kate Middleton.

“The workmanship is superb,” Zeisel Cohen of Cohen & Pariser in New York City said of a French-made Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger diamond and emerald butterfly brooch with blue guilloche enamel, circa 1980.

A tour de force display of Danish silver, Art Nouveau to Modern, tempted shoppers at Greg Pepin of Hellerup, Denmark. The former managing director of silver at Georg Jensen in Copenhagen, Pepin dazzled buyers with flatware, hollowware, jewelry and decorative objects by Jensen and his contemporaries.

Ernst Farber, Munich, Germany

Ernst Farber, Munich, Germany

On the day that Paul Newman’s Rolex Daytona wristwatch sold for a world record $17.8 million at Phillips, buyers – mostly youngish men – peered intently into glass vitrines of vintage timepieces. A mint and boxed Patek Philippe caused a stir at Onlyvintage, operated by Corrado Mattarelli of Monaco.

“These truly become one-of-a-kind,” said Shahn Rosler of Gem De La Gem. From a cloud of brightly colored silks, the Teaneck, N.J., dealer unfurled an Hermes dip-dyed scarf created to celebrate the firm’s 80th anniversary. Rosler, who traveled to Washington, DC, for the Hermes promotion, was interviewed at length for a story in the Washington Post last summer. Gem De La Gem’s had several more cases crammed with coveted costume jewelry by Hermes, Chanel and other leading designers.

The other notable player in the branded luxury goods space this round was Virgil Rogers of Only Authentics of Palm Beach. Rogers showed us some particularly delectable Chanel confections, among them a runway bracelet from the Byzantine collection and a handbag stitched with Chanel charms. The tiny talismans ranged from a miniature Eiffel tower to mock bottles of Chanel No. 5 and the company’s distinctive double-C logo.

The Palm Beach Show Group works coast to coast, with a schedule that extends through the year. The promoter swings into high season on December 15-17 with the Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Show, and kicks off 2018 with fairs in Los Angeles, Miami, Naples, Las Vegas and, of course, its flagship Palm Beach shows on successive weekends in February bracketing the President’s Day holiday.

For additional information, www.palmbeachshowgroup.com or 561-822-5440.

 

Originally published in Antiques And The Arts Weekly on November 7, 2017

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InCollect: This Week’s Events: San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show, TEFAF NY Fall, Ai Weiwei, Pollock/Motherwell, & More

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ART, DESIGN, AND ANTIQUES SHOWS

Pair Pietra Dura Secretaire Abbatant. Offered by Butchoff Antiques.

36th Annual San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show
October 26-29, 2017
Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center
http://www.sffas.org

The thirty-sixth edition of the SFFAS opens with a gala evening on October 25th referred to as “the highlight of the San Francisco Social Season.” The oldest continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast features upwards of sixty exhibitors offering quality material from antiquity to present day and from around the world. Many exhibitors will bring items reflecting the theme of this year’s show: Flower Power: Floral Imagery in Art, Antiques & Design. With Suzanne Tucker of Tucker & Marks Design as the Show Chair, design will be evident throughout, beginning at the Grand Entry Hall, where four Designer Vignettes, created by prominent designers and members of the Designer Circle, incorporate pieces borrowed from exhibitors and custom-made items. Events include opportunities to learn about designing with flowers, California wines, and to hear opera performers. Educational sessions include entertaining, gardens, and interior design.

On October 28th, designer Elissa Cullman of Cullman & Kraviswill participate in a Mix Master panel moderated by designer Suzanne Tucker. Other panelists include Beth Webb and David Phoenix.. Cullman will hold a book signing following the discussion. Her participation in the panel is part of a tour to promote the publication of From Classic to Contemporary: Decorating with Cullman & Kravis by Cullman and Tracey Pruzan. Additional stops include a luncheon and talk with partner Sarah Ramsey at Chicago’s Casino Club on November 1; and a luncheon and discussion with partner Claire Ratliff on November 9th for the San Antonio Public Library Foundation. Of the book, publisher Monacelli Press notes, “Interior design firm Cullman & Kravis infuses traditional interiors with a modern perspective, embracing historicism and referencing a wide range of cultures and contemporary design motifs.”

Fine Art Print Fair
The International Art Fair for Prints & Editions
October 26-29, 2017
Javits Center, NYC
http://printfair.com

Eighty-one leading dealers dedicated to presenting the vitality of printmaking will exhibit in the 26th anniversary Fine Art Print Fair, this year held in its new location, the Javits Center. The fair opens with a gala evening on Wednesday, October 25th. Educational programs held during the show cover topics ranging from conversations with contemporary printmakers, collecting Old Masters, prints of the Russian Revolution, and more. New York Print Week (October 23-29) is held in combination with the fair and includes exhibitions, gallery talks, demonstrations, and openings held around Manhattan.

A pair of George III giltwood and gilt-composition pier mirrors, ca. 1785. Courtesy of Hyde Park Antiques, LTD.

The AADLA Fine Art & Antiques Show
October 27-30, 2017
Wallace Hall, NYC
http://aadlafair.com

This inaugural fair will feature twenty-six gallerists and dealers will showcase works of art including Old Master drawings, Indian bronzes, English furniture, and rare books among other art objects. Exhibitors are members of the Art and Antique Dealers League of America and include Hyde Park AntiquesSchwarz GallerySchillay Fine ArtThrockmorton Fine ArtYew Tree House Antiques,Marcy Burns American Indian Art, and Camilla Dietz Bergeron among others.

Tiffany & Co. Aquamarine and Diamond Bow Brooch, 92.78 carat, which was featured on the front page of the 2006 Tiffany Blue Book; Cohen & Pariser

New York Jewelry & Watch Show
October 27-30, 2017
Metropolitan Pavilion, NYC
https://www.nycjaws.com

The third edition of the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show returns this weekend to the Metropolitan Pavilion. Produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, this year’s show will feature more than eighty international exhibitors offering striking vintage jewelry, antique watches, and a curated selection of contemporary pieces. In addition, diamond and gemstone suppliers will be present as well as wholesalers and retailers. Says Scott Diament, CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group, “This show proves the adage that everything old is new again. These exhibitors bring pieces of global history back to life and showcase items that are precious not only because of their price tag but also because of their beauty and antiquity, which grants buyers the opportunity to own a piece of history.” Among the exhibitors are BenchmarkJack Weir and SonsJacob’s DiamondsCamilla Dietz BergeronJ.S. Fearnley, and Vivid Diamonds, among others.

TEFAF New York Fall
October 28-November 1, 2017
Park Avenue Armory, NYC
https://www.tefaf.com/fairs/tefaf-new-york-fall

TEFAF New York Fall returns to the historic Park Avenue Armory after a successful first edition in October 2016, building on the momentum from TEFAF New York Spring in May 2017. The fair will focus on fine and decorative art and jewelry from antiquity through the early 20th century. The much anticipated event opens with a VIP preview on Friday night, October 27th. Each of the following days will offer opportunities for buyers to acquire material of extraordinary quality ranging from antiquity to 1920. The list of ninety-five international exhibitors include Aronson Antiquairs,  Bowman Sculpture, Cahn International, Colnaghi, Richard Green, Koopman Rare Art, Axel Vervoordt, and many more; Among the American dealers are A La Vielle Russie, Didier Aaron, Ariadne Galleries, Blumka Gallery, Lillian Nassau, Elle Shushan, Shrubsole,Erik Thomsen Gallery, and Taylor Graham.

Also on view will be a special exhibition of new photographs by acclaimed photographer Vera Lutter. Painting on Paper: Vera Lutter’s Old Master Photographs, on loan from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), forms the centerpiece of the cultural program at TEFAF New York Fall; related events will be held on Saturday and Sunday. Additionally, a series of conversations and short coffee talks are also on the schedule and range in topic from connoisseurship and conservation to jewelry as power and art finance.

LISTINGS

The 2017 Masquerade Ball: EXOTIC AQUATIC
October 25, 2017
The Alpha Workshops and Benjamin Moore & Co.
Stage 48, 605 W 48th Street, NYC
http://alphaworkshops.org

Each year more than 300 of New York’s most prominent professionals create outrageously artistic costumes and dance the night away at a benefit for The Alpha Workshops Studio School. The school provides free classes in decorative arts and painted finishes and is open to at-risk youths and adults with disabilities and with HIV/AIDS. Click here to purchase tickets.

EXHIBITIONS

Josef Hoffman (1770-1956), Brooch acquired by Fritz Waerndorfer for Lili Waerndorfer, 1904. Silver, partial gilt, diamond, moonstone, opal, lapis lazuli, coral, leopardite. Courtesy Neue Galerie New York.

Wiener Werkstätte 1903-1932: The Luxury of Beauty
October 26, 2017-January 29, 2018
The Ronald S. Lauder Neue Galerie New York, NYC
http://www.neuegalerie.org

This major retrospective will present more than 400 objects crafted by members of the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshops), an artists’ and craftsmen’s collective active in Vienna, Austria, between 1903 until 1932. The exhibition surveys the extensive output in a variety of media, including ceramics, drawings, fashion, furniture, glass, graphic design, jewelry, metalwork, textiles, and wallpaper. Iconic examples by Josef Hoffman and Koloman Moser will be on view.

The show is divided into three main chapters: “Founding Years, 1903-05”; “Harvesting Years, 1906-14”; and “Years of Reinvention, 1915-32.” A concluding room will highlight the Wiener Werkstätte of America, which was located on Fifth Avenue in New York, as well as Joseph Urban’s involvement with William Randolph Hearst’s Cosmopolitan Productions. The second-floor galleries will showcase major pieces of furniture, works on paper, and decorative objects with their related design drawings. A fully illustrated catalogue will accompany the exhibition.

Ai Weiwei, Maybe, Maybe Not
Extended through March 4, 2018
Israel Museum, Jerusalem
http://www.imj.org.il/en

Installation view of Ai Weiwei: Maybe, Maybe Not, 2017. Photo courtesy of the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. © Elie Posner.

Due to popular demand, Maybe, Maybe Not at the Israel Museum has been extended. This exhibition is the first time Ai Weiwei’s work has been on view in Israel and more than 350,000 visitors have responded. Renowned for making strong aesthetic statements that also resonate with timely phenomena across today’s geopolitical world, the artist uses a range of mediums, from architecture to installations, social media to documentaries, as expressions of new ways for his audiences to examine society and its values. Uniting monumental works in Maybe, Maybe Not , the exhibition features a series of installations spread out over several galleries that examine notions of the one and the multitude and of the individual’s relationship to his or her broader social culture. Ai Weiwei’s art focuses on political activism and an outspoken stance on human rights and freedom of expression.

Ruth Rippon, Pomegranates. n.d. Porcelain, 4 x 6 x 5 in. Collection of Lee Kavaljian. Image courtesy Crocker Art Museum.

 

Exuberant Earth: Ceramics by Ruth Rippon
October 29, 2017-February 4, 2018
Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
https://www.crockerart.org

Ruth Rippon is both a vanguard and veteran figure in the field of ceramics. The diversity of style, form, technique, and subject matter in her work reflect her insatiable curiosity and appetite for experimentation. Throughout her career, Rippon has helped elevate the craft of ceramics into the realm of fine art.

CATCH IT BEFORE IT CLOSES

Pollock and Motherwell: Legends of Abstract Expressionism
Through October 29, 2017
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, MO
https://nelson-atkins.org

Jackson Pollock, Mural, 1943. Oil and casein on canvas, 95 5/8 x 237 3/4 inches. Gift of Peggy Guggenheim, 1959.6. University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City. Reproduced with permission from The University of Iowa Museum of Art. Photograph courtesy the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, 2014.

Jackson Pollock and Robert Motherwell are two of the most celebrated American painters from the mid-20th century. The exhibition emphasizes the radical innovation of American abstraction in mainstream art by featuring two monumental paintings, Mural and Elegy to the Spanish Republic, No. 126. It explores legends surrounding each work and artist by unpacking fact from fiction.

 

Originally published on www.incollect.com on Oct 24, 2017.

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InCollect: The New York Jewelry & Watch Show Is Set To Dazzle This Weekend

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The New York Jewelry & Watch Show Is Set To Dazzle This Weekend

By Laurel Fay

New York City Jewelry & Watch Show

October 28-31, 2016

Friday, Saturday, & Sunday: 11:00 am – 7:00 pm; Monday: 11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street, New York, NY 10011

www.nycjaws.com

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Lapis & diamond hoop earrings in 18 Karat gold by Van Cleef & Arpels, exhibited by Pat Saling at the New York Jewelry & Watch Show this weekend.

With the holiday season just around the corner, it’s the perfect time for the second annual New York City Jewelry & Watch Show to return to the Metropolitan Pavilion this weekend. After dazzling guests in its debut year of 2015, the Jewelry & Watch Show is back and better than ever, with an impressive roster of over 75 world-class exhibitors, showcasing a remarkable array of antique and estate jewelry and watches, as well as select contemporary pieces. This event is affiliated with the Palm Beach Show Group, whose connections within the international realm of antique jewelry and watches are second to none.

721 < R-54 < K7 < HO 14K ROSE & GREEN 1940s, TIFFANY & CO. CLIP/PENDANT, 396 GRAMS, 2 1/2" LONG 1 3/4" WIDE OVERALL. A three dimensional sculpture of ambitious proportions and marvelous details interpreted in rose and green color 14 karat gold... as if taken fresh from nature and turned into gold by the stroke of a magic wand... a solid gold rose... a fantasy perhaps... a fantasy bearing the Tiffany & Co. signature. A signature sinonymous with luxury, style and unassailable standards of excellence. The double stem clip pin makes it easy to stabilize the jewel when worn as a brooch. Otherwise, there is swiveling bail on the back of the flower to wear it as a pendant. Unique estate Tiffany and Company flower clip brooch/pendant circa 1940. DIMENSIONS: 2 1/2" long and 1 3/4" wide overall.

 

Tiffany & Co. Estate two-tone flower brooch/pendant circa 1940. Exhibited by Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry at the New York Jewelry & Watch Show this weekend.

All categories of jewelry will be exhibited, including vintage, estate, art deco, contemporary, precious and semi-precious gemstones, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and high-end watches. When asked how this show came to be, the President and CEO of Palm Beach Show Group, Scott Diament, said, “We’ve been in the jewelry business for a long time. We wanted to create a show for New York that was specialized in antique jewelry and watches in the fall, when the Holiday Season starts in New York.”

 

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Frascarolo 18 Karat yellow gold enamel tiger bangle with rubies exhibited by Vivid Diamonds & Jewelry at the New York Jewelry & Watch Show this weekend.

Last year’s debut event was an enormous success, with so much foot traffic that a fourth day has been added to give visitors 30% more time to see the Show! Incredible one-of-a-kind pieces will be exhibited by spectacular dealers like Benchmark of Palm BeachCamilla Dietz BergeronJ.S. FearnleyJacob’s Diamond & Estate JewelryPat SalingVivid Diamonds, Alexander Gallery, Donna Vock Designs, and DeYoung Collection.

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18 Karat Two-Tone Gold, Emerald and Diamond Pendant Earclips by Buccellati, Italy, exhibited by J.S. Fearnley at the New York Jewelry & Watch Show this weekend.

“The dealer list is even more international than last year, with the best antique and estate jewelry in New York,” says Diament, adding, “You’ve got to come.” Both the buying public and trade industry professionals will have an opportunity to buy at the Show. From antique and estate jewelry to collectible watches and contemporary pieces, the quality and scope of the inventory being exhibited at the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show is unparalleled. There is no other place to find such exceptional pieces in New York. You’re not going to want to miss this event.

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19th-century opal bead necklace with ruby clasp in fitted box, exhibited by Pat Saling at the New York Jewelry & Watch Show this weekend.

To learn more about the Show, click HERE.

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MILLIONS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF RARE DIAMONDS AND JEWELS TO DAZZLE GUESTS AT THE NEW YORK CITY JEWELRY & WATCH SHOW

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Back by popular demand, the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show is set to return to the Metropolitan Pavilion this October 28-31, 2016

(Palm Beach, FL – August 10, 2016.) –The New York Jewelry & Watch Show will make its highly anticipated return to the New York Metropolitan Pavilion this October 28-31, 2016. The show will present the spectacular collections of more than 75 international exhibitors, showcasing a remarkable array of antique and estate jewelry and watches as well as select contemporary pieces.

All categories of jewelry will be on display including vintage, estate, art deco and contemporary pieces, precious and semi-precious gemstones, earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and high-end watches. The show will present the finest jewelry and watch dealers from around the world, showcasing their one-of-a-kind pieces and offering both the buying public and trade industry professionals an opportunity to buy from some of the most renown dealers including Camilla Dietz Bergeron, Danny Eliav Jewelry, J.S Fearnley, Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry, Pat Saling, R & A International, Windsor Jewelers and Yafa Signed Jewels. A complete list of the 2016 New York Jewelry & Watch Show dealers is available online by clicking here.

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Featured Items at the 2016 New York City Jewelry & Watch Show

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The New York City Jewelry & Watch Show has something for everyone, showcasing a remarkable array of antique and estate jewelry and watches as well as select contemporary pieces. Below is a small selection of featured dealer items that will be on display at the 2016 New York City Jewelry & Watch Show.

Exhibitors Featured:

  • Yafa Signed Jewels
  • Morelle Davidson
  • Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry
  • Rick Shatz
  • J.S. Fearnley
  • Pat Saling
  • Cohen & Pariser

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2016 New York City Jewelry & Watch Show Calendar Listing

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The New York City Jewelry & Watch Show returns to downtown Manhattan at the Metropolitan Pavilion for its second edition October 28-31, 2016. Over 100 distinguished dealers will showcase a lavish array of antique and estate jewelry, vintage pieces, modern collections and fabulous watches. The event is perfectly planned for the upcoming holiday season and will offer both jewelry retailers and the general public the opportunity to purchase from many of the industry’s most reputable jewelry dealers.

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Featured Items at the 2015 New York City Jewelry & Watch Show

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Below are select featured items that will be showcased at the 2015 New York City Jewelry & Watch Show by some of the participating exhibitors.

 

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