2020 speakers

Ben Macklowe

Revivalism to Nouveau: Jewelry from the Age of Victoria

In recent years, Mr. Macklowe has sought to shed light on areas of collecting that have never been fully explored. The gallery website features art and jewelry terms; artists’ biographies; links to books, articles and museum exhibitions relevant to the decorative arts, antiques and jewelry; and a scholarly examination of the life, work and influence of Louis Comfort Tiffany.

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Marcella Ciceri

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"I was born and raised in the countryside outside of Milan, trained as a gemologist and worked as a creative lead with manufacturers of fine contemporary gold jewelry."

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Susan Abeles

Anonymous is a Jeweler, Too A Conversation with an Insider and an Outlier

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Harrice Miller

FASHION JEWELRY: THE COLLECTION OF BARBARA BERGER

Harrice Miller is an internationally recognized jewelry historian, consultant, appraiser, author and dealer in collectible fashion jewelry. She is the author of five jewelry books, including three price guides, Kenneth Jay Lane: Faking It, and Fashion Jewelry: The Collection of Barbara Berger, for which she was the Guest Curator for the exhibition of the same name at the Museum of Arts and Design in 2013-14.

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Richard Lopez

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Tom Heyman

Tom Heyman, principal at Oscar Heyman, was born in NY. His early training was with IBM as a system engineer and he joined the family jewelry business just over 30 years ago. Tom has traveled extensively thru the US and Japan working with stores that sell Oscar Heyman jewelry.

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Lisa Stockhammer-Mial

Lisa Stockhammer-Mial is the owner and president of The Three Graces, and retailer of fine antique, vintage and period jewelry, established in 2002. The Three Graces’ jewelry has been featured numerous times in Vogue Magazine, including a lifestyle spread shot by Annie Leibowitz, as well as in the New York Times, In Style, and in two books. Lisa’s expertise on antique jewelry has been called upon for quotes in a number of articles over the years in Rapaport Magazine.

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Ruth Peltason

Anonymous is a Jeweler, Too A Conversation with an Insider and an Outlier

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