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An auction preview for the 40th Anniversary Piedmont Ball. More details at -- http://pecva.org/index.php/events/2012-piedmont-ball

An auction preview for the 40th Anniversary Piedmont Ball. More details at -- http://pecva.org/index.php/events/2012-piedmont-ball



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  • The 40 th Anniversary Piedmont Ball Auction Preview
  • A French Getaway for four or for fiveThree Nights in Deauville Enjoy “the queen of the Norman beaches” from the comfort of a cottage in a private neighborhood, walk the promenade des planches, and take in the breathtaking beaches and equestrian attractions. One week in Paris Stay for a week in a fabulous Rive Gauche apartment with plenty of privacy. Near the lively markets Rue Cler, museums and operas, this beautiful flat is a spacious and quintessentially Parisian three-bedroom, two-bath apartment. It is decorated in a tasteful blend of traditional and contemporary motifs, and situated in one of Paris’ most elegant left-bank neighborhoods, on a small quiet street near Invalides and the charming little park at La Tour-Maubourg Métro station. Courtesy of Magalen Bryant and Jean Perin
  • A 19 karat Elizabeth Locke Lion Lapis RingA delightful piece by renowned Millwood Jeweler Elizabeth Locke,this Lapis ring features an intaglio lion design and a hand hammered19 kt gold band with a split shank and gold dots. Size 6 1/2. Ring willbe custom sized for winner as part of the package. Courtesy of Elizabeth Locke
  • A Week in the Cotswalds for FourA week for four in Green Cottage,located in the thatched roof village ofBroad Campden, Gloucestershire. Builtin 1790, this 2 bedroom respite islocated in one of the most picturesquesmall villages in England. The cottageis surrounded by fields of sheep,thatched houses and cottages. Visittraditional churches and pubs, famouscastles and gardens during your stay.Broad Campden is only one mile fromthe North Cotswold town of ChippingCampden, described as one of theloveliest 17th century towns in England.Less than a two hour drive fromHeathrow Airport, close to Oxford andStratford-upon- Avon, the cottage hastwo bedrooms a bathroom, sitting roomwith fireplace and a modern kitchen. Courtesy of Ron and Mary Jo Jackson
  • Private Tour of Westover Plantation Let pilot Scott Kasprowicz take your party of four on a private helicopter flight to the beautiful and historic Westover Plantation on the north bank of the James River. Westover was built in 1730 by William Byrd III, founder of Richmond. It is noteworthy for its secret passages, magnificent gardens, and architectural details. While the grounds and garden are open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, the home itself is private, so this special house tour with current resident Andrea Erda is an extraordinary opportunity. After the tour, enjoy a lovely brunch at the area’s most premiere restaurant, the Charles City Tavern.Courtesy of Scott Kasprowicz, AndreaErda, Jolly de Give, and the CharlesCity Tavern
  • Cajun Cocktail Party and Delta Blues ConcertDelta Blues Legend John Hammond Jr. has played with the likes of JimiHendrix, Eric Clapton, the Band, Duane Allman, and Dr. John. Join him atMuster Lane in Middleburg for an exclusive concert for 30 alongside acocktail buffet of Cajun and Creole delicacies- honoring a uniquelyAmerican tradition where Spanish, French-Canadian, Native American,Caribbean, Italian, Portuguese, and African thread weave a bright tapestry offlavors and sounds. Credit: Southern Living Courtesy of Bill and Elizabeth Wolf