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Jeanette Hanisee Gabriel, author of Micromosaics, the Gilbert Collection, "at your service".
Jeanette is now pleased to offer her assistance with your collecting needs. She has developed an extraordinary expertise in dealing with these fine objects, and is the acknowledged authority on Pietra Dura and Micromosaics. Jeanette was formerly the Curator in charge of mosaics at the Los Angles County Museum of Art, private Curator to Sir Arthur Gilbert, Curator to the Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation, and is currently the Honorary Curator of the Gilbert Collection, now at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London. She is a consultant to Christie's and Sotheby's auction houses. FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION !
Now your collection can receive the same attention as these prestigious organizations. Both Sellers and Buyers can benefit from her assistance, as well as collectors wishing to authenticate, document, or cross reference items in their collections.
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Jeanette's Authoritative Work,
|:(* Jeanette is available for consultation, expertise and brokering. She is the acknowledged authority on Micromosaics. She is also an expert on Pietra Dura, and is in close contact with collectors, bringing together buyers and sellers from both the public and private sectors. She can be reached via email. You may request that she contact you on the telephone.||
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"This bird portrait is a
a very early-dated piece."
Gabriel, who is based in Los Angeles, is Honorary Curator of the Gilbert
Collection in London,
donated to the British Nation by Sir Arthur Gilbert and officially opened by
the Queen Mother in May 2000.
scholarly publications include
Jeanette may be reached via email:
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had the honor and privilege of serving as the private curator to Sir Arthur
Gilbert, prior to his passing in 2001. He
has donated his remarkable