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#JWLV Antiques Young Guns U.S.A. Host First Educational Event in Las Vegas


Antiques Young Guns U.S.A. Host First Educational Event in Las Vegas


Antiques Young Guns U.S.A. will host their first panel discussion “Wake Up to Wisdom: Business Insights from Antique Jewelry Experts” on June 2 at 9:30 a.m. The event will take place before the Las Vegas Antique Jewelry & Watch Show opens at the Paris Hotel’s Bordeaux Room, located directly across from the show.

The morning event gathers a panel of three jewelry experts answering questions about their experience and success in the jewelry trade. Topics include tips on growing your business, attracting loyal clients, building your brand, making informed decisions when buying and selling and much more. Attendees will also have the opportunity ask their own questions at the end of the presentation.

The panelist featured are Patricia Faber of Aaron Faber Gallery, Paul Haig of Haig’s of Rochester and Doug Liebman of Douglas M. Liebman Estate Jeweler.


Patricia Faber is the co-owner of Aaron Faber Gallery, New York City, founded in 1974. She is an expert in the field of studio jewelry and a frequent lecturer on the subject. Faber has been profiled in numerous national and jewelry trade publications.

As both a stone collector and cutter, Paul Haig has been involved in the entire process of transforming a raw natural stone into a jewel. Since he began his jewelry business in 1973, he specializes in opals and has a vast knowledge of the stone. He serves as president of Haig’s of Rochester.

Doug Liebman has been an active member of the estate jewelry profession since 1981. His company provides professional services to jewelers, appraisers, fiduciaries and other dealers whose clients are liquidating fine jewelry, watches, diamonds, rare gemstones, silver (Native American jewelry, hollowware & flatware) and art.

The panel event is free to attend, but space is limited. Seats can be reserved at AntiquesYoungGunsUSA.com/ayg-upcoming-event.


Antiques Young Guns U.S.A. currently has 30 members and 14 industry partners since the program’s launch in March 2015. In the last year, the program has published their own website and merchandise gallery for members, named their 2015 Antiques Young Gun of the Year, organized two press conferences and three networking events and provided multiple opportunities for its members’ onsite at nationally recognized events.




For more information on Antiques Young Guns U.S.A., visit AntiquesYoungGunsUSA.com, like us on Facebook:Facebook.com/AntiquesYoungGuns, follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @AYG_USA. Check out our blog at youngguns.usantiqueshows.com/blog/.


About U.S. Antique ShowsU.S. Antique Shows formed a strategic alliance with Antiques Young Guns U.K. to bring the incredibly successful program to the United States in March 2015. Antiques Young Guns U.S.A. promotes growth, education and exposure to those in the trade, 39 years old or younger, to a national audience of antiques enthusiasts. The program offers many member benefits, including online exposure through the Antiques Young Guns marketplace, several buying, selling and networking events throughout the year, recognition in numerous trade and national publications and much more.

U.S. Antique Shows, producer of the industry’s most anticipated events, serves the unique needs of the antique and antique jewelry marketplace with shows in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami and New York. The group’s events offer a broad range of antiques as well as antique, vintage and estate jewelry and watches, and annually draws more than 50,000 consumers and 3,000 dealers from 28 countries worldwide.

For details on U.S. Antique Shows, visit www.U.S.AntiqueShows.com, follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @USAntiqueShows and explore our Pinterest: Pinterest.com/USAntiqueShows. Visit our blog at blog.usantiqueshows.com.

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