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(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – The New York City Jewelry & Watch Show returns to Chelsea at the Metropolitan Pavilion for its fourth edition October 26-29, 2018. Over 100 distinguished dealers will showcase a lavish array of antique and estate jewelry, vintage pieces, modern collections and fabulous watches. The Show is perfectly planned to coincide with multiple collector events in New York and will offer both jewelry industry professionals and the general public the opportunity to purchase from many of the industry’s most reputable jewelry and watch dealers.

The Palm Beach Show Group, producers of the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show have proudly partnered with Jewelry Camp. The Jewelry Camp conference will take place at the Newark Museum from October 26-27, 2018 featuring lectures and hands-on sessions by highly regarded industry leaders to facilitate attendees’ success in today’s antique, estate and vintage jewelry markets. Jewelry Camp’s dates have recently shifted to take place in the fall, giving attendees the opportunity to explore the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show which takes place the same weekend.

All registered Jewelry Camp attendees will receive complimentary passes to the New York City Jewelry & Watch Show being held at the Metropolitan Pavilion October 26-29, 2018.

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