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Metalsmith BenchTalk with artist and jeweler Deborah Boskin

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My Guest this Thursday, March 13th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk is artist, jeweler, and fine jewelry specialist Deborah Boskin.

About: Deborah Boskin is a specialist of fine jewelry at Bonhams in San Francisco. She knows a lot about establishing value for jewelry on the secondary market. Since joining the company in 1998, Boskin has taken on such responsibilities from Head Cataloguer and Stylist to appraisals.  She works with the US Department to create over ten jewelry auctions each year. She also travels the US for various auctions and events. 

Her educational background includes a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the California College of Arts & Crafts, where her focus was Jewelry/Metal Arts, and a Bachelor's in Art History from Boston University. She has been creating wearable jewelry and small sculpture in the Bay Area, and has been very involved in the SF jewelry community, having served as active and adjunct board member of the Metals Arts Guild for over a decade. 

Bonhams International Jewelry department is a highly regarded and respected force in the global market place achieving top selling results for pieces of fine and rare jewelry from estates and collections. The department sells all types of antique, period and modern jewelry specializing in diamond Art Deco items, large single diamond solitaires and famous luxury designed and signed pieces by Cartier, Tiffany, Van Cleef & Arpels and Andrew Grima as well as diamonds, rubies, sapphires, precious stones and natural pearls. Our dynamic and well-established team of highly regarded specialists will offer you confidential and professional advice on all aspects of buying and selling at auction.

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