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24 Karat Club of NY Announces 2022 Banquet Plans

24 Karat celebrates 120th anniversary at New Cipriani South Street.

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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK — The 24 Karat Club of the city of New York announces the return of its annual Banquet, the Club’s biggest gala and an iconic annual industry event, on January 15th, 2022. This event, which will mark the Club’s 120th anniversary, will be held for the first time at Cipriani South Street, the newest event venue created by the renowned Cipriani family.
 
The 24 Karat Club has long been known for fostering, networking, and creating lifelong friendships as well as contributing to the betterment of those in the jewelry industry. The Club itself is the most prestigious organization for leaders within the industry, and is the place to look for direction on industry business trends. Known to include the “Who’s Who” of the jewelry world, the Club is a true New York institution.

To help get the city back on its feet, the Club has made the decision to bring even more elegance and sophistication to next year’s event. To do so, the gala will be held at Cipriani South Street, at the historic 1906 Beaux Arts Battery Maritime Building, which is the last of New York City’s old East River ferry terminals. Recently renovated, it features a variety of soaring event spaces that include separate pre-function rooms, a spectacular loggia balcony, and the historic Great Hall with its original skylight.

“This new venue promises an elegant evening for all 24 Karat Club members and their guests,” says Edward N. DeCristofaro, president of the Twenty-Four Karat Club of the City of New York. “After a long and challenging time, we are excited to plan this in-person event and to provide an iconic New York experience.”

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