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The annual history-focused event is scheduled to take place April 4 in New York.
She was an author and a pioneer in recognizing the importance of Arts and Crafts jewelry and metalwork.
The respected jeweler was known for his generosity, integrity and willingness to share his knowledge.
Bye to Barneys, a bid for Tiffany, a history lesson on cursed gemstones, and more.
A new flagship for a southern chain, a list of the U.S.’s largest retailers, a lesson on gemstone lore, and more.
The “Treasures from Chatsworth” exhibition at Sotheby’s includes a diadem created in 1856 to celebrate Tsar Alexander II’s coronation.
Over 90 of the designer’s antique micromosaics, reworked into jewelry, are the subject of a new exhibition at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
The two-day event’s speaker list includes curators, historians, appraisers and private dealers.
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