Arts / Society

Ballet Ball Jewelry Preview Party at Tenenbaum

BY Anne Lee Phillips // 02.03.15
photography Leah Walker Wilson

Ballet and bauble buffs were treated to a special preview of the breathtaking jewels to be auctioned at the Houston Ballet’s “The Masked Ball: A Tribute to Romeo and Juliet.” Tenenbaum’s gracious owners Tony Bradfield and Kevin Black along with marketing director Christina Stith welcomed big names from the Houston Ballet, including executive director Jim Nelson and special events manager Suzie Cadey. Ball chair foursome Monsour Taghdisi and Henry Richardson, and Melissa and Michael Mithoff, with Phoebe Tudor (she and husband Bobby to be honored) were the belles and beaux of the evening, encouraging patrons to try on auction items, including a stunning platinum, sapphire and diamond necklace (valued at $43,700) and a sparkling platinum aquamarine and diamond ring (valued at $9,800). 

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