Elyze Zorn Karlin, Moderator

Founder and executive editor of Adornment Magazine, author of the definitive book on jewelry of the Arts & Crafts Movement, Jewelry and Metalwork in the Arts & Crafts Tradition and co-author of Imperishable Beauty: Art Nouveau Jewelry

October 2014 marks the fortieth anniversary of Aaron Faber Gallery, the Fifth Avenue institution that has been gateway for so many studio jewelry artists to develop a strong customer following. From conventional designers such as David Yurman, Tadashi Wada, and Barbara Heinrich, to the unconventional designs of Earl Pardon, Atelier Zobel, Paolo Marcolongo, and Claudio Pino, each carry ties to Aaron Faber as part of their success.

Since its early days as a 400-square-foot booth on West 47th Street, representing everything from sterling silver shrimp forks from Phebe Allen Blake to sterling silver, bronzed and feathered wall art from Janis Nathan, Aaron Faber Gallery has evolved into a large, Fifth Avenue showroom where people can gain knowledge, insight and a sophisticated, curated understanding into the trends of design and style in jewelry and watches over the last 100 years.

Please join us 5:30 PM on Thursday, October 2, 2014 as we present “An Evening with Patricia and Edward Faber,” where they will share the story of how Aaron Faber Gallery has become the definitive source for custodial mercurial art design jewelry objects and watches.

The evening will be moderated by Elyze Zorn Karlin.