The World's Opals
Travis Lejman, GIA GG, FGA
Renowned New York City's jewelry appraiser and gemologist, Travis Lejman, will talk to us about his favorite playfully colored gemstone, Opal. Travis has continued Dr.
Paul Downing's work in opal grading and has presented past workshops with he NAJA on opals. He will go over brief grading techniques on opal grading and show us a variety of opals from around the world, from Lightning Ridge to Mexico to Ethiopia.
Date: Wednesday, March 20th, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM Cash Bar & Networking
6:30 PM Dinner
7:30 PM Lecture
Place: Connolly’s, 14 East 47th Street (between Madison/Fifth Avenues)
Cost: Please mail your non-refundable fee of $54 Students and Members, $59 Non-
members. No credit cards, please. As the Manhattan Chapter has a contractual
obligation with Connolly's, no refunds can be made. Attendance without
reservations will require cash or check at the door, based on space availability.
Limited to 50. As a courtesy to our alumni and the speaker there will be no
admittance after 7PM.
RSVP: Reservations must be in by Monday, March 18th, 2019 – Checks made out to: GIA-AA-NY. Please do NOT reserve through FaceBook!
Payment: Please mail your non-refundable fee to: Gail B. Levine, G.G., P.O.Box 18 Rego Park, NY 11374 718.897.7305
The Chapter would like to thank Seth Holehouse for his raffle item.
It contributed toward the 2019 effort for the Eunice Miles Scholarship Fund.
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