Update and house-cleaning

I realize that I’ve been a little remiss in posting recently. There is, however, a WEALTH of information here. You can use the search feature to find information on European Gemological Lab’s (EGL) difficulties and issues. Are you planning on a cruise ? Search for it. You NEED to read what I’ve posted here first … especially before you make any purchases. Need to sell an item of jewelry ? Look at the link that is just below the banner on this page. Other than that, I promise to be more regular in coming days.

Meanwhile, here’s a little treat. it’s an oldy that I posted here quite some time back. This is an Edwardian Period piece (1901 – 1915) and the gemstone is a natural and unheated aquamarine, one of the finest that has landed on my work-table; a beauty. The piece is hand-fabricated and engraved.

If you have any questions to do with appraisal science, gems, vintage or contemporary jewelry … or other related issues, don’t hesitate to get in touch. Info is on the contact page. Best to you all. Ken

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Independent appraiser of fine and antique jewelry and gemstones with 45 years professional experience and credentials. Professional and published historian of American history with emphasis on Thomas Paine and late eighteenth/early nineteenth century transatlantic democratic reform.
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