Tag Archives: jewelry

How to Spot A Georgian Fake by Nicholle Mogavero

Nicholle Mogavero defined for the DCGIA members “What Georgian Jewelry Is and What It Is Not.” Continue reading

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2018 Tucson Gem Show Update

 Kusam Malhotra shared what she saw in Tucson, the current wholesale gemstone prices from those dealers willing to divulge their prices, what was new, mineral specimens and an array of fine gemstone during her show and tell presentation. The mineral show … Continue reading

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Carl Fabergé – Jeweler and Businessman

Dr. Wilfried Zeisler, Chief Curator Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens presented the history of the House of Fabergé under Carl Fabergé. Carl Fabergé’s jewelry workshop made Fifty (50) Imperial Easter Eggs for the Russian Imperial family, from 1885 to 1916. Each taking a … Continue reading

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2017 DCGIA Honor Roll of Donors

On behalf of the GIA Alumni & Associates of Washington, D.C. (DCGIA), I would like to thank you all for your generous support and donation(s) to our annual Holiday Auction and Dinner. Continue reading

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GIA Updates

On Sept. 19, 2017, Kate Donovan, GIA Global Alumni Relations Manager, provided an update on GIA global initiatives, education, laboratory offerings, research, resources and instruments. Kate reviewed GIA’s current alumni benefits and the many programs available to support our efforts. GIA … Continue reading

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Museum Field Trip at Hillwood Museum

Thirty six (36) DCGIA members and guests enjoyed a tour of the “Spectacular Gems and Jewelry” which was Marjorie Merriweather Post’s jewel collection on display at Hillwood Museum in DC. The tour featured an introduction to the collection by Angie Dodson, Director … Continue reading

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Precious Heirlooms by Denise Nelson GG (GIA)

Precious Heirlooms – A voice from the past & possibly into the future… Denise took us on a walk through history both personal and global as she melded her gemology and genealogy back grounds into a wonderful discussion of what … Continue reading

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