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The Great Synagogue Antiques Day 2018

Alan Landis
 
Alan Landis Antiques was established in 1977 in Castlereagh Street, Sydney (opposite the Shule). He is now located in Potts Point Galleries, Macleay Street, Sydney. His specialist fields are English Ceramics, Wedgwood, Judaica, Australiana and Meissen.
 
He helped establish the Wedgwood Society of NSW, Silver Society and Australiana Society. He has valued the collections of many NSW Historic Buildings including Government House,Vaucluse House, Elizabeth Bay House and Rouse Hill.
 
Alan has been the honorary advisor to The Great Synagogue for the Judaica and silver collections since 1979 and also the Sydney Jewish Museum. He is a Life Fellow of the Powerhouse Museum and a member of the Australian Antique and Art Dealers Association.
 

The Great Synagogue Antiques Day 2018

Jolyon Warwick James
 
Jolyon Warwick James has been an independent silver historian, consultant and valuer for over 40 years. He provides professional services to collectors, museums, galleries, government entities, auction houses and other organisations, both within Australia and overseas, with respect to English, European, Australian, Colonial and other silver.
 
Jolyon lectures widely on the subject and is a Government approved valuer under the Moveable Cultural Heritage Act and for Cultural Gifts. He is an Honorary Associate of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, former President of the Australian Antique Dealers Association and a founder member of the Silver Society of Australia, a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths and Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries (London).
 
Jolyon was also selected by BBC produced Antiques Road Show as their silver expert when they filmed in both Sydney and Melbourne.
 

The Great Synagogue Antiques Day 2018

Karen Deakin
 
Karen Deakin has been a dealer in antique jewellery since 1978 when she began her career in the markets of London. After having shops in the Woollahra Antiques Centre and the Queen Victoria Building, in 2001 she opened her present-day store on the fourth floor of the Dymocks Building in George Street. Authenticity and condition are paramount to Karen, as is her reputation.
 

The Great Synagogue Antiques Day 2018

Mon, 19 November 2018 11 Kislev 5779