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Antiques Roadshow Zoom w/ Erica and Lindsay

About Details

Every week, I get a few emails/DM's from people who want to know about their inherited jewelry or a mystery piece they found at an antique shop. For Lindsay and me, it's easy to tell at a glance a few things about a jewel: when and where it was made, the metal and stones, the historical framework that surrounds it. We have a few tricks, tips, trusted sources. Let us teach you our ways! We're throwing a zoom get-together to read the hidden signs that tell us about your jewels. Bring a piece of personal jewelry that you want to know more about, and we'll go through them all, showing you what to look for and what questions to ask. It'll be kind of like Antiques Roadshow, but without one major piece - we can't tell you HOW MUCH your jewelry is worth. Without being able to use our metal and stone-testing tools in person, we can't authenticate anything via pics/video. Sorry, this is just for fun and to learn a few things. If you need an appraisal, this isn't the place to get it.The real way Lindsay and I got to understand the language of jewelry was to handle and look at LOTS of it. So let's get a good selection of your jewels together and we'll show you how WE do it. A cheat-sheet of tools, reading lists, and online resources will be provided. After this class/roadshow thing, you'll be able to better appreciate and understand vintage jewelry. And you hopefully will be able to make more informed decisions about buying vintage pieces online.

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  • When: choose your date—October 22, 8pm - 9:30 EST; November 11, 8pm - 9:30 EST; December 8, 8pm - 9:30 EST
  • Where: Zoom. 
  • Who: 20 of you.
  • Why: I miss drinking wine with friends who love jewelry. Have a glass of something handy. 
  • What the Hell? it's the first of hopefully many of these, so bear with me as I derp through and refine this process. If we don't get to your piece, I'll email you about it after the class
  • Wear: it ALL. Lindsay and I will be piling on the personal collection pieces. (Or don't. If you don't want to be seen, keep yr video off.) 
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About Details

Every week, I get a few emails/DM's from people who want to know about their inherited jewelry or a mystery piece they found at an antique shop. For Lindsay and me, it's easy to tell at a glance a few things about a jewel: when and where it was made, the metal and stones, the historical framework that surrounds it. We have a few tricks, tips, trusted sources. Let us teach you our ways! We're throwing a zoom get-together to read the hidden signs that tell us about your jewels. Bring a piece of personal jewelry that you want to know more about, and we'll go through them all, showing you what to look for and what questions to ask. It'll be kind of like Antiques Roadshow, but without one major piece - we can't tell you HOW MUCH your jewelry is worth. Without being able to use our metal and stone-testing tools in person, we can't authenticate anything via pics/video. Sorry, this is just for fun and to learn a few things. If you need an appraisal, this isn't the place to get it.The real way Lindsay and I got to understand the language of jewelry was to handle and look at LOTS of it. So let's get a good selection of your jewels together and we'll show you how WE do it. A cheat-sheet of tools, reading lists, and online resources will be provided. After this class/roadshow thing, you'll be able to better appreciate and understand vintage jewelry. And you hopefully will be able to make more informed decisions about buying vintage pieces online.

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  • When: choose your date—October 22, 8pm - 9:30 EST; November 11, 8pm - 9:30 EST; December 8, 8pm - 9:30 EST
  • Where: Zoom. 
  • Who: 20 of you.
  • Why: I miss drinking wine with friends who love jewelry. Have a glass of something handy. 
  • What the Hell? it's the first of hopefully many of these, so bear with me as I derp through and refine this process. If we don't get to your piece, I'll email you about it after the class
  • Wear: it ALL. Lindsay and I will be piling on the personal collection pieces. (Or don't. If you don't want to be seen, keep yr video off.) 
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