The National Association of Jewelry Appraisers announces its 33rd Annual Winter ACE© It Education Conference to be held in Tucson, AZ, January 30 -31, 2011.
The appraisal organization dedicated exclusively to gems and jewelry presents an outstanding program to assist the professional appraiser’s continuing education and an unparalleled networking experience.
The daily programs are:
Sunday, January 30
- Ruby: Treatments – Synthetics – “Recrystalized” by Brian Light
- Proper Authentication and Grading of Modern Wristwatches (special focus on Rolex) by C. Kirk Root, GG
- Putting a Price on Treasure by Jack Ogden, FGA
- The Problems of Appraising Fire Agate by Ryszard W. Krukowski
- Gold Coins Most Commonly Mounted in Jewelry by William Panitch
Monday, January 31
- Filling some Gemmological Holes – The Comparative Reflection Meter, Filters and More by Alan Hodgkinson, FGA and William Hanneman, Ph.D
- Lead Glass Filled Ruby (Composite Ruby) vs. Glass Filled Ruby by Craig Lynch, GG
- Assessing Value in Designer Cut Gemstones by Clay Zava
- Getting a Stone Set is Luck - Setting it Correctly is Skill. Learn the Difference by Arthur Skuratowicz, GJG