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Paul Winicki

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Radcliffe Jewelers
Towson, MD
Toured In
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24
Phone
410-321-6590

Paul Winicki has been an appraiser in Maryland for more than 34 years. In 1982, he founded Radcliffe Jewelers which currently has two locations in suburban Baltimore, Maryland. Radcliffe Jewelers is widely considered an industry leader in fine jewelry and watches. It is a member of the Jewelers of America, Couture Jewelers Group, Maryland Jewelers Association, and International Watch & Jewelry Guild. Radcliffe Jewelers has also been named one of North America's Leading Watch Retailers by International Watch Magazine every year since 2004 and one of the Nations Leading Jewelers by Harpers Bazaar (2007).

Mr. Winicki has particular expertise in antique pocket watches and wristwatches, Antique American Silver – specializing in Baltimore, as well as furniture from the early 19th century to the early 20th, specializing in Baltimore. He has served on the Board of the Baltimore Museum of Art's American Wing and currently sits on the Acquisition Committee for the Maryland Historical Society. He has spoken at the Johns Hopkins Club and various antique shows on the topic of American antique silver.

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