Ambalu Jewelers Hosts Museum Benefit


Nassau County Museum of Art was the beneficiary of a party hosted by Ambalu Jewelers in East Hills. The Ambalu event was one of several that will benefit the upcoming Museum Ball. Female members of the ball and journal committees garbed in black dresses modeled magnificent jeweled pieces from the Ambalu showcases and vaults. Of particular interest was a stunning pair of sapphire and diamond earrings, valued at $5,000, that the generous Ambalu family donated to be raffled off at the ball.

Eve Califano of Locust Valley, Victoria Crosby of Glen Cove, Angela Susan Anton, Rebecca Creavin of Sea Cliff and Barry Feldman, also of Sea Cliff.

Midnight in Paris, Nassau County Museum of Art’s 2015 Ball, will be held on Saturday, June 13 at 7 p.m. The ball celebrates the museum’s 25th anniversary year, honoring the Hon. Thomas S. Gulotta and the Hon. Edward P. Mangano, Nassau County Executives at the museum’s founding and today. Through décor, French-inspired cuisine and costume, Midnight in Paris is designed to evoke the glamour and romance of the fabled city of lights. For more information or to purchase tickets and raffles, visit the museum online at or call 516-484-9338, ext. 16.

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