In a scant seven years, The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show has quickly “established itself as a must-attend event in the heart of Chelsea” according to Dan Darby, US Antiques Shows group show director. Returning to the chic Metropolitan Pavilion, July 25-28, the Show gathers 100 of the industry’s top dealers, including the Manhattan Art & Antique Center’s Melody Rodgers, Gallery 47, and Botier Inc., to showcase the most stunning jewelry and watch collections from the Renaissance to the Modern Era.
Cartier Panthere ring, 18K yellow gold, tsavorites, onyx and enamel, France, 2010. Gallery #15: Botier Inc/212.371.2424
In addition to the usual glittering array of precious gemstones, this year’s show features “highly sought after collections from elegant global brands such as Cartier, Tiffany & Co., David Webb, Harry Winston, Patek Philippe and Van Cleef & Arpels, among others,” such as the stunning pieces showcased above and below from Botier Inc.
Patek Philippe & Co. 18K yellow gold and diamond “Ellipse” watch, Swiss, circa 1980s. Gallery #15: Botier Inc/212.371.2424
Van Cleef & Arpels multistone bow shaped brooch, 18K yellow gold, diamonds, chalcedony, rhodochrosite, France, circa 1970-1980. Gallery #15: Botier Inc/212.371.2424
The New York Antique Jewelry & Watch Show is known for attracting attendees as diverse as the remarkable pieces on display, including “antique jewelry aficionados, seasoned collectors, fashion trendsetters, well-known celebrities, and socialites.” For this reason, dealers are known to bring a wide range of inventory so that antique jewelry, such as Melody Rodger’s romantic pieces below, is often showcased beside modern pieces.
Victorian Scottish Circle pin, etched silver, the bezel set with 6 Citrines and 1 Amethyst, Scottish, mid-Victorian, circa 1870. Gallery #10A: Melody Rodgers/212.758.3164
Pearl Heart Art Nouveau necklace, open back heart with pin back, 14K gold and pearls, circa 1915. Gallery #10A: Melody Rodgers/212.758.3164
Show times are Friday, July 25 from 1-7 p.m., Saturday, July 26 and Sunday, July 27 from 11 a.m.-7p.m. and Monday, July 28 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is $20 for all four days. At the Show, you can visit Botier Inc. and Melody Rodgers at Booth #3023, and the elegant offerings of Gallery 47 below at Booth #2020.
Art Deco clock, bronze back with a silver front, set with marcasites, carved onyx, and carnelian, Germany, circa 1920s. Gallery #47: Gallery 47/212.888.0165
Ear clips, custom made by Sorab & Roshi, featuring diamonds and 5 types of coral set in18K gold, American, circa 1980s. Gallery #47: Gallery 47/212.888.0165
Erte sterling silver Art Deco style bracelet, with 14K gold, onyx, pearl, and diamond, American, limited edition, #65/600, 1970s. Gallery #47: Gallery 47/212.888.0165