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Mark Davis Designer Showcase, November 26-27

by on November 5th, 2010

Mark Davis 'Leontine' Tortoise Bakelite Bangle with Citrine, $6,070

Mark Davis bakelite jewelry is akin to postmodern “ivory” masterpieces. The exacting techniques of working the bakelite are similar to those employed for natural ivory, but without ivory’s associated ecological devastation. In addition, the bakelite offers a range of colors and patterns that are unique and remarkable in their own right.

Mark’s expert use and adaptation of alternative materials is one reason that his jewelry is so special. By applying the exacting techniques of the haute joaillerie to materials not traditionally considered “fine,” Mark has created collections remarkable for their freshness and exceptional distinctiveness.


The One & Only Estate Silver Sale, November 16-20

by on November 5th, 2010

Antique Sterling Silver Tea Kettle with Floral and Ram Head Motifs

Antique Sterling Silver Tea Kettle with Floral and Ram Head Motifs, $1,800

As Terry Betteridge put it, “Imagine the fun of rummaging through our silver vault… buying treasures on the cheap.”

For the first time in Betteridge’s storied history, we will be opening the silver vault to our customers and friends, pricing each and every work of art at ‘too good to miss’ price points.

Bielka Designer Showcase, November 11- 13

by on November 5th, 2010

The Fandango Collection by Robert Bielka

The Fandango Collection by Robert Bielka

Robert Bruce Bielka is a master jeweler, trained at Cartier. He has designed and created jewelry for most of the great jewelry houses in the world.

Robert focuses on innovation and function; he designs all of his jewelry, makes all the original models himself, and fabricates each and every piece in his private atelier in New York City.

Bielka is jewelry as it should be – whether fun and happy, or serious and sophisticated — it is all easy to wear, collectable and inspiring.


Yossi Harari Designer Showcase: October 15 – 16, 2010

by on September 30th, 2010

Yossi Harari Bangle Bracelets

Handcrafted 24k gold, oxidized gilver, 18k white gold and multi-colored diamond bangles by Yossi Harari, $590-22,030

Come celebrate ten years of Yossi Harari’s brilliance in the United States! This creative genius has been inspired by the majesty of Mediterranean archeological works of art, marrying the exotic yet classically feminine designs of Byzantine and Etruscan jewelry, with his modern yet whimsical style. All Yossi designs are handcrafted in Istanbul, using precious and semiprecious gemstones and 24 k gold. This special anniversary showcase will feature signature designs from each and every year Yossi has been in business.

Yossi will make a special personal appearance at Betteridge on Saturday, October 16th, 10 am – 4 pm.

Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum Antiques Appraisal Weekend: October 2 – 3, 2010

by on September 30th, 2010

Our Own 'Antique Roadshow'

Brought back by popular demand, the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum will host its third annual Antiques Appraisal Weekend from 11 am – 4 pm, on October 2 and 3, at 295 West Avenue, Norwalk, CT. On hand for the second year will be Betteridge’s own Mike Manjos (Director of our Watch Group and CFO), Simon Teakle (Director of Estate Jewelry) and Warren Lagerloef (Senior Sales Professional), welcoming visitors with their questions on jewelry, watches and objets d’art. For additional information on this exciting and important event, please visit or contact Susan Gilgore, Deputy Director at 203-838-9799 ext.18.

Betteridge Salutes Greenwich’s 370th Birthday

by on July 2nd, 2010

Upper Greenwich Avenue in the late-1800's, courtesy of the Greenwich Historical Society

The Corner of Bruce Park & Greenwich Ave in the 1940s, courtesy of the Greenwich Historical Society

Lower Greenwich Avenue in the 1940's, courtesy of the Greenwich Historical Society

In collaboration with the Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich, Betteridge will be showcasing a collection of historic Greenwich photographs, jewelry and watches the week ramping up to Founder’s Day (Sunday, July 18th). Please stop by for a slice of history, and a piece of birthday cake, on Saturday, July 17th at 4 pm, as we salute the wonderful town that has been our home since 1950.