Last week, Les Gold appeared in local media with some remarkable pieces from the American Jewelry and Loan vault to preview some of the looks that he predicted we’d see on the Oscars Red Carpet.
Les stopped by WXYZ Detroit’s Broadcast House to talk with Alicia Smith about the 2017 Academy Awards and some of the jewelry trends that viewers can look for on the Red Carpet. Check out these pieces from the American Jewelry and Loan vault:
The national tour of The Naked Magicians (www.nakedmagicians.com) hits the road in North America! Starring two of Australia’s most famous magicians, the clever Mike Tyler and Christopher Wayne, The Naked Magicians combine magic and muscles with riotous laughs that take magic to a whole new level.
The show comes through Detroit at the Fillmore Theatre on February 16 and continues around the country through the end of April. We were thrilled to learn that Christopher and Mike are fans of the show Hardcore Pawn, and are happy to announce that they’re planning to stop by our iconic Detroit store on Tuesday, February 14 at 11:00 am to share some insanely funny magic tricks for our crew and customers.
Learn more about their North American tour: www.nakedmagicians.com
Grab tickets to their Detroit show: http://concerts1.livenation.com/event/08005228DD7F18EB
Follow The Naked Magicians online:
From the NPA Weekly Newsbrief:
Discovery’s new reality series Hardcore Pawn takes viewers into the crazy and dynamic world of American Jewelry and Loan, Detroit, USA’s largest pawn store, where a wide assortment of customers bring in everything from gold to old cars, from alligators to prosthetic limbs to exchange for cash.
Premiering August 29, Hardcore Pawn will air from Monday to Friday at 8 pm on Discovery.
Read the full story at Best Media Info.
Watch the video at behindthevelvetrope.tv!
Think the fact he died is gonna make your collection worth a fortune??? Think again.
We spoke to “Hardcore Pawn” star Seth Gold — who runs some of the most famous pawn shops in the county — and he says his stores have been bombarded with Ali stuff in the wake of his death.
Gold says everyone thinks their Ali stuff has rocketed in value — and they’re asking for insanely high prices.
Ali stuff is highly valued already — and there is a higher demand — but Gold says his death won’t double, triple or quadruple the prices on things like autographs, pictures, etc.
Read more at TMZ.com.