The Fourth Annual New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show Exhibits the Latest Trends in Vintage Jewelr The Fourth Annual New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will exhibit the latest trends in vintage jewelry, watches and estate pieces July 23-26, 2010, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.
News-Antique.com - Jun 01,2010 - The Fourth Annual New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show will exhibit the latest trends in vintage jewelry, watches and estate pieces July 23-26, 2010, at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City.
Recent industry reports show that sales of fashion accessories, including fine jewelry and luxury pieces, rose 17 percent in the first quarter 2010, after ending the year 10 percent lower in 2009. “Despite being a young show, coupled with global economic downturn, The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show continues to grow and be amazingly successful for exhibitors and attendees alike. We attribute a great deal of our show’s success due to our location in the jewelry capital of the world, New York City,” said Andrea Canady, fair director for GLM’s New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show. “This year’s show is shaping up to feature truly extraordinary merchandise available at all consumer price points for viewing and purchase.”
With major retailers logging an uptick in sales due to increased consumer confidence and the stabilization of the stock market, luxury spending is on the rise. With signs pointing toward retail revitalization, the four-day New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show, which opens two days prior to the JA Summer Show, will bring together more than 100 of the finest dealers in antique and estate jewelry and watches.
Show attendees, which include celebrities and well-known socialites from around the globe, will have the opportunity to view and purchase highly sought after rare and signed pieces, a wide variety of antique jewelry, exceptional jewels and gemstones and unique designer pieces, as well as the finest in personal timepieces representing multiple periods throughout jewelry history.
Some of the well-known brands on display will include, Louis Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Tiffany, Harry Winston, Cartier, Patek Philippe, Rolex, and many others. Here’s a preview of just a few of the most unique items available at the show:
Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry, based in Los Angeles, is featuring a rare late Victorian brooch, circa 1900. It is mounted in 18 karat yellow gold, featuring amethyst, carved ivory, diamonds and pearls.
Jerome Heidenreich, based in Los Angeles, will display a beautiful dragonfly brooch set with a GIA certified 1.81 carat natural fancy intense green-yellow diamond, circa 1960.
McTeigue Since 1895, based in New York City, is showcasing a magnificent Art Deco square sapphire and baguette diamond bracelet. The square sapphires are approximately 13.86 carats. Baguette diamonds approximately 8.40 carats in a platinum mounting.
Morelle Davidson, based in London, will display a brilliant Van Cleef & Arpels suite. This set is made of 18 karat yellow gold diamond and coral and is comprised of a necklace, which converts into four bracelets, a pendant, a ring and earrings. The diamonds are approximately 17 carats, circa 1980.
Raymond Lee Jewelers, based in Boca Raton, Fla., is featuring an exquisite platinum antique earrings with 10 carats of diamonds
Yafa Signed Jewels, based in New York City, is showcasing a stunning platinum, diamond and ruby brooch.