Wednesday, April 6, 2022
Antique and vintage jewelry enthusiast Nancy Collins will present on great examples of silver jewelry at this meeting of the NSAL, which is open to the public. This event will take place in the lower level meeting room.
Ms. Cooper is a docent at the Morris County Historical Society (Acorn Hall) and is a member of the Victorian Society of America, Northern New Jersey chapter. She has had a lifelong interest in history, historic preservation and antiques, with a particular interest in the 19th Century, the Victorian Era, and jewelry, silver and furniture. Ms. Cooper will share her passion, knowledge, and collection of jewelry which includes cameos, brooches, necklaces, watches, and crosses.
The National Society of Arts and Letters will precede the talk with a short business meeting. Founded seventy five years ago in Washington, D.C., the NSAL is comprised of seventeen chapters representing all regions of the United States, of which the New Jersey Chapter is based here in Morris County. Members of NSAL are men and women engaged professionally in the arts, or who want to actively support the work of young artists.