Crafting a Legacy at MurDuff’s Jewelry
“Not just an engraver; an engraver could be someone who runs a machine. A master engraver really denotes a higher level of skill.” — Paul Piquette
“To be a master goldsmith means you can have any project put in front of you and you can do it.” — Kurt Brazeau
Originally opened in 1946, Florence’s MurDuff’s Jewelry is one of the country’s premiere destinations for unique and historic custom jewelry design.
Go behind the bench of Kurt Brazeau and Paul Piquette, the team currently running MurDuff’s, and learn what it takes to be a master goldsmith and a master engraver.
And more western Mass stories tonight….
For the first time since 2018, the Mass Poetry Festival returns – this time virtually. Learn more about the four-day event, which showcases poets from across the country and features fifty different events, and what make poetry such a powerful form of expression.
Then, join Brian Sullivan as he chases waterfalls in Berkshire County. This unexpected journey takes some twists and turns through the Savoy Mountain State Forest before ending up at scenic Tannery Falls.
Finally, after being cancelled in 2020 (for the first time since World War II), western Mass’s beloved Big E will reopen this fall. President and CEO Eugene Cassidy joins us to share how the exposition has managed to reinvent itself during this past year, and what the future holds for the Eastern States Exposition.