Original Miami Antique Show
January 26

Studio jewelry -- loosely defined as one-of-a-kind jewels in silver and gold made in artists’ and goldsmiths’ studios – is coming into its own as a collectible field. The earlier generation of artist-jewelers – from Earl Pardon to Margaret De Patta – is firmly established among collectors. Now, the second wave of studio jewelry, made between 1970 and 1990, is coming on the secondary market. Patricia Kiley Faber, of Aaron Faber Gallery, reviews the rules of collecting this unique era of jewelry design in a visual presentation of this jewelry, its makers and values.

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