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Thursday, October 28, 2010

Tent Not Necessary! Jewelry Camp at F.I.T.!!


Lots of fun and networking will be mixed with an educational opportunity for appraisers and jewelers, from the Welcome Dinner sponsored by Bonham & Butterfields to a star studded list of Lectures and Seminars...to include:

Harrice Miller - Internationally Recognized Author & Jewelry Historian
Michael S. Coan, G.G. - Chair of Jewelry Design at FIT
Michael Burstein - VP of NY Flagship Salon for Harry Winston
Reema Keswani - Founder, Golconda Jewelry

...but it's not all about history - this year Cindy Edelstein of JRB
shows you how to bring Estate pieces to the public using Modern Methods.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn from @JewelryBizGuru Jan 23rd!

How to Grow Your Business & Connections Using Social Media
Everyone is twittering but how do you make sure you don't sound like a twit?
They're all on Facebook but who should you friend? And "like"?
And more importantly, who will friend you? And why?

From Sandy Lewand for Jewelry Camp, an institution for almost 35 years, offers education to jewelry enthusiasts on estate and antique jewelry as well as classes on new and current styles.
This special one day program will bring together noted speakers lecturing on topics such as the firms of Harry Winston and Van Cleef & Arpels as well as subjects pertaining to the history of fine and costume jewelry.
The estate and antique markets are the new trends in the industry. Knowledge of these periods will serve as a springboard to attract new clients. In these uncertain times, jewelry, whether it is antique and estate or current designs, is not only a an alternative to traditional investments but the older pieces are also a remembrance of times gone by and the superb workmanship of artisans who labored to make jewelry. Many of these jewels are available at reasonable prices.
Jewelry Camp offers not only information about periods and designers but it is also a time for networking. There will be instructors who will teach how to identify, price and market jewelry as well as classes for the beginner to the advanced student.
The new one day program at FIT is the beginning of our effort to provide educational information to the trade and public so as to promote this trend in the industry. There will be other one day programs featured in cities around the country.

VISIT OUR WEBSITE http://www.jewelrycamp.org
VISIT OUR BLOG http://www.jewelrycamp.blogspot.com
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