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International Gemological Institute to Teach Client Care for Heirloom Quality Jewelry

The International Gemological Institute (IGI), the global leader for jewelry assessment, is bringing two renowned experts to lead a session for jewelry specialists covering the care and maintenance of their most precious pieces, heirlooms. John Pollard has led workshops in locations around the world and is excited to share knowledge from his over 20 years’ experience. Mark Reyes, an alum of IGI, has been with the Institute for 30 years. He studied fashion design in New York City at FIT and is highly skilled at CAD. He and John will bring a refined and unique lens as hosts of the webinar.

IGI recognizes the financial and emotional investments of jewelry pieces and understands the importance of proper care. Specialists will have the opportunity to learn about how to engage with their clients and educate them on what appropriate care looks like for their precious items.

Join this June 3 webinar to hear directly from these two industry leaders about how to educate clients on jewelry preservation.

Because unkempt jewelry is at risk of becoming damaged or ruined, IGI wants to ensure clients have access to the information they need to care for their gems.

The Institute will leave participants with three key takeaways:
1. “Caretaking” is even more important than the 4Cs
2. Encourage clients to develop a daily routine
3. IGI offers services that will instill confidence in clients

The workshop will be help June 3, 2021 at 2:00 p.m ET.
Zoom Meeting Registration available via: zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_t2-To7IDRq2rQLD99x5ZZA.

For more information, visit: www.jewelers.org/ja/events-news/webinars.

About IGI
The International Gemological Institute (IGI) has 18 laboratories spread across all major diamond and jewelry centers around the world, as well as eight educational facilities. For 45 years, IGI has provided jewelry retailers and consumers with a wide range of services including independent diamond classification reports, colored stone reports, stone identification and evaluation reports, diamond certification and proof of origin, laser engraving services, as well as the issuance of traditional jewelry certificates. IGI has been in the Middle East since 2001, with its first office in the UAE. For more information, please visit: www.igi.org.

About Jewelers of America
Jewelers of America (JA) is the national trade association for businesses serving the fine jewelry marketplace. Jewelers of America's primary purpose is to improve consumer confidence in the jewelry industry through its leadership in public, government and industry affairs; by advocating professionalism, including high ethical, social and environmental standards; and by facilitating members' access to education. For more information, please visit www.jewelers.org.

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