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Wednesday, February 22,2017 – “Tucson Report”

Presented by Kusam Malhotra

DCGIA Feb. 22 Announcement – Kusam Malhotra will discuss the current gem prices, what was new in Tucson, new treatment findings and related topics that affect the overall global Gem trade. Kusam Malhotra owner of K & K International in Vienna, VA. is a vendor at the 2017 AGTA GemFair™ Tucson. K&K International has been a premier source of rare colored gemstones, fine diamonds and custom-designed jewelry for over 30 years. Whether you are an avid collector looking for the rare piece that has eluded you for years or a gem enthusiast who is always in the market for something new and cutting edge.

Thursday, March 2,2017 – “DCGIA Walters Art Museum FIELD TRIP!”

DCGIA Walters Museum Details – A joint endeavor with Tim Morgan’s Gemology classes for a field trip to the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, please RSVP. The tour will be conducted by museum docents and focus on the gems and jewelry in the collections. The tour is free to Walters Art Museum members and $7 per person for non-members. We want to start the tour at 11AM, so everyone coming should be there by 10:45AM.

A firm commitment by Feb. 22, is required. Please let Charles Marts (cmarts@cox.net) or Tim Morgan (timothyemorgan@mac.com) know if you are attending.

DCGIA 2017 Member Application – If you have an interest in Gems & Jewelry, we invite you to participate by filling out the member application and joining our mailing list!

Monthly Meetings (January thru November) are held at the Holiday Inn Rosslyn, 1900 Ft. Meyer Drive, Arlington, VA 22209, at the Virginia end of Key Bridge, 703-807-2000. Meetings begin with a speaker meet and greet at 7:00 PM and meetings start at 7:30 PM. Admission is free for those who have paid their 2017 annual fee and $15.00 for all others. Cash & Checks accepted at door.

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