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#1

Dear Orchid, could you please post the following message on my
behalf:

I was wondering if any of you could help me. I am trying to get
hold of on any galleries which exhibit higher
priced, designer jewellery (English spelling!) in the following
cities: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, New York.
Any would be appreciated, even if you only know the
name.

Many thanks,
Steven Medhurst


#2

Steve - In the San Francisco Bay Area, the finest Art Jewelry
(American spelling) gallery is Susan Cummings in Mill Valley. My
experience is that you will find most, if not all of the best
gallerys will advertise in the Metalsmith magazine, published by
SNAG. Good luck. Kim.


#3

Steven;

I am very fond of Quadrum Gallery on Newbury Street in Boston
and in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Call (617) 965-5555 or go to
www.newbury-st.com/html/quadrum_gallery.html.

Good luck!

Shari


#4
Steve - In the San Francisco Bay Area, the finest Art Jewelry
(American spelling) gallery is Susan Cummings in Mill Valley. My
experience is that you will find most, if not all of the best
gallerys will advertise in the Metalsmith magazine, published by
SNAG. Good luck. Kim. 

Much SNAG info is at http://www.sarantos.com/snag.htm Go to the
Fog City Diner, too. Have fun,

Brian
B r i a n A d a m J e w e l l e r y E y e w e a r
@Brian_Adam1 ph/fx +64 9 817 6816 NEW ZEALAND
http://www.adam.co.nz


#5

Steve - In the San Francisco Bay Area, the finest Art Jewelry
(American spelling) gallery is Susan Cummings in Mill Valley. My
experience is that you will find most, if not all of the best
gallerys will advertise in the Metalsmith magazine, published by
SNAG. Good luck. Kim.

worth a mention is actually also Velvet Da Vinci in Hayes Valley
in san francisco…eclectic with a very warm casual atmosphere.

emanuela

http://www.sirius.com/~ema


#6

Hi, We were just in Boston a month ago and Quadrum wasn’t on
Newbury St. any more. Maybe they are only in the Chestnut hill
store.


#7

Hi, We were just in Boston a month ago and Quadrum wasn’t on
Newbury St. any more. Maybe they are only in the Chestnut hill
store.

It is still there. Quadrum is a very small store front, and half
a flight of steps down from the sidewalk level. Somewhere in the
3rd block on the righthand side of Newbury if you are walking
from the Public Gardens.

Rick Hamilton