Happenings Eric Ku To Lecture At The Horological Society Of New York
Over the course of the most recent a half year, our lifestyle has completely changed. Coronavirus has ground international travel to a stop, millions have lost their positions, we actually face more vulnerability as there is no time span for when things will, if at any point, “return to typical.” Despite this, interest in watches has never been more grounded – holding up records at approved vendors are longer than they have at any point been, and interest in watch barters has pushed costs further into the stratosphere. As we conform to life in the “no contact” age, what remains the equivalent and what changes? Is currently the opportune chance to purchase, or the ideal chance to sell? At the September 2020 gathering of the Horological Society of New York , Eric Ku will examine how to navigate the waters of watch gathering in the hour of COVID-19.
About Eric Ku
Eric Ku is an internationally perceived master in vintage and contemporary watches. In 2005, he dispatched the site 10 Past Ten , having some expertise in the offer of fine and uncommon vintage Rolex watches. His advantage in the grant of vintage Rolex drove him to procure the Vintage Rolex Forum in 2013. Vintage Rolex Forum has been the focal point of academic conversation pretty much all subjects relating to vintage Rolex since its initiation in 1999. In 2016, he helped to establish Los Angeles Watchworks , a business gaining practical experience in the assistance and restoration of vintage and present day watches. An individual from the GPHG Academy , Ku has served on the jury twice, assisting with perceiving accomplishments and innovation in watchmaking.
Wednesday, September 9, 2020 , 7:00-9:00 PM Eastern Time (U.S. also, Canada) through Zoom Webinar .
HSNY talks will be streamed live through Zoom for a long time to come, with no in-person gatherings. Online class registration is required. All HSNY addresses are free and open to general society, and all are recorded. Recorded talks are made accessible to HSNY individuals immediately, and the overall population with a two-month delay.
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