KIL N.Y.C. Winter 2021 Online Lecture Series
We are so happy to announce a new Online Lecture Series debuting February 19th - February 21st, 2021, hosted by KIL N.Y.C., and presented by Konstantinos Leoussis of KIL N.Y.C & Sarah Nehama. This lecture series will cover a range of antique jewelry topics, and will be presented on Zoom, with a recording available for those unable to attend.
February 19th, 2021 5pm EST:
“A Beautiful Assortment of Jewelry” by Sarah Nehama.
An overview of colonial American mourning jewelry, focusing on several of the silversmiths who made it.
“Skull Jewelry Throughout the Ages” by Konstantinos Leoussis.
An overview of skeletons and skulls used in jewelry, and related ossian objects throughout history, with a brief discussion on reproductions in Georgian and Victorian jewelry.
February 20th, 2021 5pm EST:
“Bodies of Light” by Sarah Nehama
A brief history of sentimental and mourning photographic jewelry, from daguerreotypes, to early celluloid photographic rings.
“A Victorian Timeline” by Konstantinos Leoussis.
A timeline of jewelry found during the victorian era from the late 1830s - 1900.
Ticket price includes admission to the live Zoom lecture and the lecture recordings that will become available 7-10 days after the lecture series concludes.
If you are a student or a member of the American Society of Jewelry Historians, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for special ticket pricing and offers.