Jewels of New York, New York City, NY
November 16-18, 2021

November 16-18, 2021

Registration is now open for our most glamorous adventure of the year, an immersion into the worlds of sparkling jewels and fine dining in New York City. Learn about the craftsmanship of exceptional jewelry and admire spectacular creations first-hand, with visits to ateliers and jewelry houses for private handling sessions. In the evenings, dress to impress as we dine at some of the city’s best restaurants.

To complement these glittering occasions, we will also have privileged access to a behind-the-scenes ballet experience, all arranged especially for this unique and unforgettable trip.

Highlights include:

  • Private visits and champagne receptions with top jewelry houses and designers, including Van Cleef & Arpels, Verdura, TAFFIN by James de Givenchy, Lee Siegelson, Marina B, Silvia Furmanovich and Oscar Heyman
  • Private visits to jewelry galleries and specialist dealers including the Macklowe Gallery, Camilla Dietz Bergeron and Mahnaz Collection
  • Private ballet rehearsal with dancers from the New York City Ballet
  • Fine dining at the renowned Caravaggio and Majorelle restaurants
  • Accommodation at the luxurious Loews Regency Hotel on New York’s glamorous Upper East Side

Capacity for this unique experience is limited to a small group, so we recommend early registration to reserve your space.


Images (clockwise from top left): TAFFIN, Macklowe Gallery, Silvia Furmanovich, Camilla Dietz Bergeron, New York City Ballet, Verdura

“It was a pleasure working with Karen, she is a hard worker and produced an exceptional itinerary. The trip was a great success; Karen’s diligence insured that all ran smoothly. She was attentive to the participants needs and able to foster a great atmosphere among these people who did not know each other before. Thanks to Karen’s commitment and dynamism the trip ran very smoothly. This was confirmed by the excellent evaluations received from the participants. Without her vision and her sense of initiative, Christie’s Education would not have been able to run such a successful event”

Veronique Chagnon-Burke, PHD, Director of Studies Christie’s Education, New York

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