Sip, socialize and bid during “Ladies Night” jewelry auction

Gather your friends for a shopping spree like no other!

“Ladies Night” is a special jewelry auction featuring dazzling and elegant necklaces, bold and delicate bracelets, sophisticated and sporty watches, whimsical and alluring charms, vintage and modern rings and a variety of other bejeweled statement pieces.

0819Ns Entertainment (Ladies Night Auction)It all takes place from 6 to 9 p.m. every third Wednesday of the month at J. Levine Auction & Appraisal, 10345 N. Scottsdale Rd., in Scottsdale.

Admission is free and the event features complimentary drinks and appetizers, according to a press release. The next event takes place on Wednesday, Aug. 19, and guests who RSVP by Tuesday, Aug. 18 will be entered to win a prize.

“We’ve created a fun environment for friends to shop and socialize,” stated Josh Levine, auctioneer and owner of J. Levine Auction & Appraisal in the release. “And the best part is that you’ll find fabulous pieces at a fraction of prices charged by retailers.”

For some items, bidding starts as low as $25, the release stated. In a recent auction, a Tiffany sterling silver charm bracelet sold for $160.

Other examples include a pair of two-carat diamond stud earrings that sold for $2,800 and a five-carat weight diamond cocktail ring that sold for $475, according to the release.

And while it’s “Ladies Night”, men are welcome too, the release stated.

“We often have a variety of men’s watches, cuff links, rings, bracelets, bolo ties, and other items for men,” Mr. Levine stated in the release.

Auctions are subject to a 15 percent Buyers Premium; 20 percent for Internet and phone bidders, according to the release.

Live online bidding can be accessed through www.jlevines.com or through www.invaluable.com.

For information, visit www.jlevines.com or call 480-496-2212.  

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