Come and join Sotheby’s and Harper’s Bazaar for a series of fascinating jewellery talks as part of Luxury Week on Sunday 18 September.

The three talks, which will each last forty-five minutes, will hosted by Harper’s Bazaar editors and Sotheby's specialists and will be followed by a Q&A session where you will have the opportunity to find out about different eras of jewellery and how to select key pieces.

There will also be a pop-up Bazaar café where you can pick up a free copy of the latest issue while enjoying tea, coffee and pastries.


RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CARTIER, 1950S
. ESTIMATE £8,000–12000. RUBY AND DIAMOND BROOCH, CIRCA 1960. ESTIMATE £6,000–10,000.
LADY'S RUBY AND SAPPHIRE VANITY CASE, BOUCHERON, 1940S. ESTIMATE £3,000–4,000.

See below for more details about the talks and how you can sign up:

12.30pm: Lydia Slater, Bazaar's deputy editor, will be joined by Jessica Wyndham, Head of London Jewellery Auctions at Sotheby's, to discuss how trends in jewellery buying have changed over the years, and how to buy pieces that will stand the test of time – BOOK TICKETS

2pm: Julie-Anne Dorff, executive fashion, beauty and jewellery director, and Daniela Mascetti, Sotheby's Senior Director & International Jewellery Specialist, will consider how to mix different eras of jewellery in one look, and what to look for in vintage pieces – BOOK TICKETS

3.15pm: Justin Roberts, Sotheby's Jewellery Specialist, will discuss the evolution of style and jewels of the Jazz Age.  He will be looking at the development of jewellery in the early 20th Century and how art movements such as Cubism and Modernism had an effect on design – BOOK TICKETS  

Tickets cost £25 (plus booking fee), and include champagne, brownies and a specially curated goodie bag. Tickets are sold for each talk separately.

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21 September 2016 | New York