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NAJA Announces Virtual Education Conference

It is to be held on Oct. 17.

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(PRESS RELEASE) The National Association of Jewelry Appraisers (NAJA) announces its Special Virtual Conference – Appraisal Issues with Antique & Period Jewelry to be held on Oct. 17.

The appraisal organization dedicated exclusively to gems and jewelry presents an outstanding program to assist the professional appraiser’s continuing education.

Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020
  • Pricing and Market Characteristics of Old Cut Diamonds
    Stuart Robertson, GIA GG
  • It’s All About the Comps – Appraising Antique Jewelry
    Gail Brett Levine, GIA GG
  • 19th Century Surfaces Techniques
    Deborah Finleon, GIA GG
  • Manufacturing Techniques of Jewelry Through History and the Influence of Those Techniques on Value
    Michael Johnson, GIA GG
  • The Challenge of Appraising Vintage Rolex Watches
    Craig Lynch, GIA GG
  • Era and Period Dating Clues for Appraisal Detectives: Visible Evidence of Manufacture That Impact Your Appraisal Work
    David Atlas, GIA GG

To retrieve a conference brochure click here or for further information contact Gail Brett Levine, GG, executive director, National Association of Jewelry Appraisers, 718.896-1536, f. 718-997-9057, [email protected], www.NAJAappraisers.com.

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