“Antiques Young Guns is a really great program. As the current dealers are getting older, eventually they won’t be able to continue their business. In order for people to know and stay excited about the antiques world, for me in particular estate jewelry, you have to stay in the forefront and keep your business relevant. The only way to accomplish this is to be a part of an organization that supports those goals,” he says.
Did you know the expression “There is nothing new under the sun” is from the Bible? I didn’t—or perhaps had forgotten this fact—until I started working on this particular post. For some it can be a little more direct and personal than others, as is the case with Ross Nacht, who found inspiration for his family company’s new line, “Vintage Brilliant,” while poking around where he wasn’t supposed to be.
Present-day owners of 109-year-old Bernard Nacht in Manhattan are drilling down into their design archives to offer clients something new and thoroughly authentic.
Check out our Tiffany and Company ring, which was featured in The National Jewelers’ Las Vegas Antique Jewelry and Watch show preview!
Check out our Simply Engaging® diamond engagement ring, which was included in INSTORE’s “New Arrivals: Bridal Rings” in their January 2015 issue.
Check out our diamond brooch, which was included in JCK’s “Wedding Jewelry to Woo Your Customers” in their September 2014 Bridal Issue.