Aaron Faber Gallery presents the first solo jewelry exhibition by Italian artist, designer and jewelry maker Stefania Lucchetta. Lucchetta combines technological understanding, edgy design and adventurous materials to create curvilinear and sensuous forms, creating...
In-PersonReception Upcycle, Recycle, Repurpose An intimate collection of jewels that remind us how jewelry is grounded in history and practice to re-use, recycle and repurpose November 14, 2022 4:30pm - 6:30pm In-Person Reception Rebekah Laskin...
Peter Schmid/Atelier Zobel Two Days Only: Tuesday November 1 Wednesday November 2 Gallery Hours: 10 AM to 5:30 PM We are thrilled to welcome Peter Schmid for a long-awaited appearance in the gallery with a trunkful of treasures! Please join us for TWO DAYS ONLY,...
The Cultured Pearl Association of America Design Competition is proud to present their finalists and winning designs. Love pearls? So does Aaron Faber, which is why the Gallery has some award-winning designs here to see and shop! Jewels include the grand-prize,...
“POLKA DOTS’ EXHIBITION AMERICAN JEWELRY DESIGN COUNCIL November 15 to January 7 Each year, the jewelry artists of the American Jewelry Design Council take on the challenge of designing a piece that is inspired by a specific motif or theme. In 2020, the theme of Polka...
“Birth year” Rolexes, “gifted to celebrate
someone’s special birthday,” are among the
hot sellers at vintage watch and jewelry dealer
Aaron Faber Gallery in New York, says co-owner
Patricia Faber (pictured). “Until recently, Rolex
dated their production by serial numbers, so it is
possible, for example, to find a Datejust made in
1993 for a 30-year-old’s birthday gift.”
Long gold chains are especially in demand
among boomer-generation clients, “who are
not wearing chokers and want striking jewelry.”
Many younger buyers are “interested now in
watch collecting and estate jewelry in place of
Branded pieces like Cartier, David Webb
and Tiffany & Co. are always solid sellers, she
continues. Demand for colored-stone earrings and
rings “has been surprisingly consistent and strong,
with a preference for bright colors, especially
peridot, tourmaline, aquamarine. Turquoise is
very popular.” So are animal motifs: “Everybody
loves animals, even when they are a brooch.”
Not surprisingly, all of those categories
are getting harder to find. “We work almost
exclusively with private clients to source these.”
Edward Faber of Aaron Faber Gallery was featured in Rapaport Magazine in March 2022 for the article "Past Times" by Phyllis Schiller. Read the interview below: What is the appeal of vintage pocket watches? Pocket watches of the 19th and early 20th centuries are great...
Aaron Faber Gallery opens the long-awaited themed collection of jewels, titled “Polka Dot”, created by the members of the American Jewelry Design Council in 2020, to celebrate NYCJW21. The exhibition, postponed last year, has never been seen in person, and the gallery...
Edward Faber of Aaron Faber Gallery was featured in The New York Times on March 8, 2021 for the article "Who Says Pocket Watches Are Only For Men?" by Rachel Felder. Read the article here.
Patricia Faber of Aaron Faber Gallery was featured in the January 2021 issue of Rapaport Magazine for the article "Old styles, new challenges" by Phyllis Schiller. For Patricia Faber, shifting gears in the wake of the pandemic meant “stepping up [our] digital game.”...