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New York set to host antique watch show

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The Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City is set to host an antique jewelry and watch show.

Held over the weekend between July 27 and July 29, the event will showcase a number of antique watches throughout the exhibition.

More than 100 elite dealers are expected to be in attendance for the event, giving guests access to premium examples of historical and unique merchandise.


New York-based watch and jewelry experts, Aaron Faber, is among the organisations exhibiting.

In the build-up to the show, Edward Faber who specialises in vintage watches at the Aaron Faber gallery, discussed the five main steps in vintage watch collection. He said: “The first and most important is brand. In American watches as well as European watches there is a hierarchy in the brand, so brands like Hamilton and Gruen are at the dominant end, maybe Waltham and Elgin at the other end.”

See the full interview with Mr Faber here:

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