Tsavorite: History, Family and Ethical Sourcing

presented by James Walker 

Wednesday, January 20, 2021 ; 6:30 – 9:00P.M. (EST)

Mr. Walker will cover the history of the discovery of Tsavorite, what it was like working with Campbell Bridges for nearly 20 years. Why the Bridges family was one of the original Ethical Sources, due to the vertical integration of their operation.

Mr. Walker will provide video and photos for talking points and will open it up to participant questions and answers.

DCGIA Chapter is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Speaker starts at 7:00 PM

Topic: DCGIA’s Zoom Meeting
Time: Jan 20, 2021 06:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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FUTURE MEETINGS:  When we can meet in person, a hotel change will be required as the Holiday Inn Rosslyn, 1900 Ft. Meyer Drive, Arlington, VA 22209, at the Virginia end of Key Bridge, is has been demolished to make way for a mixed-use Hotel and Residential lining space.

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  2. DONNA KEISER says:

    I am in need of help to sell my gemstone collection (collected over 25 plus years) most are faceted and I have original invoices with proof of origin.(As well as a wide variety of seclections) I must do this for medical reasons- as well as not one my 7 grand daughters share my passion. I also have a complete set of tools for identification (& proof therein). 2 microscopes, spectroscopes, et al) I know I’ve spent a fortune, yet I do not expect to get any where near the value. I have stones from A-Z precious & non-precious (all are precious to me). I also have premade settings…I had a business plan for home showings and it was profitable…until I could no longer control the slight tremors & other problems). I had to go on disability 1998 from my regular profession of consultant & broker for recyclables. I worked with both industrial companies as well as local & federal government setting guidelines for recycling. I worked both nationally & internationally throught marketing & advising certain Ambassadors . I also sat of several associations, as board member) I want to sell my entire collection as my family has no idea of value and would most likely throw them away/ WIth almost 1,000 stones that would be. such a waste ..Any advice (other than EBAY) is appreciated

  3. Evan says:

    I have conflicting webinars. Will a a recording be available to watch today’s webinar at another time?

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