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The two-day event’s speaker list includes curators, historians, appraisers and private dealers.
Starting in May, the New York gallery will display and sell several rare fossils from a prehistoric lake in Wyoming.
Socialite Bunny Mellon’s collection will be on view at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg this week.
It’s at the Museum of Fine Arts and features pieces made in the city between 1900 and 1929.
The American Society of Jewelry Historians will sell more than 1,200 books, auction catalogues and magazines at Doyle & Doyle Wednesday.
National Jeweler takes a deep dive into the style of antique jewelry in which thousands of tiny fragments of glass create a painting-like picture.
The online marketplace for pre-owned jewelry and watches is partnering with seven brands to guarantee the authenticity of their pieces.
The 2018 Antique Jewelry and Art Conference will take place the same weekend as TEFAF and the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show in October.
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