Audrey Friedman, founder of the Primavera Gallery, will be honored at the 38th annual Antique Jewelry & Art Conference, also known as Jewelry Camp, in West Harrison, N.Y., in July.
Friedman will receive the organization’s Women of Antique & Estate Jewelry Award, now in its second year. The award honors women who have expanded public interest in estate and antique jewelry.
The conference, which attracts professionals and collectors from all corners of the jewelry industry, was founded by Ruth and Joe Sataloff in 1979.
“Whether you are a dealer who has been involved in this area for years, or a jewelry store owner just branching out into estate jewelry, there is no better place to learn about antique and estate jewelry than Jewelry Camp,” said Jewelry Camp director Edward Lewand.
This year’s conference will take place July 30–31. Registration details are available at Jewelrycamp.org.Follow JCK on Instagram: @jckmagazine
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