A M E R I C A N G E M S O C I E T Y Consumer Protection Since 1934 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE LOCAL HOUSTON PROFESSIONAL CONTINUES COMMITMENT TO CONSUMER PROTECTION WITH JEWELRY INDUSTRY RECERTIFICATION Oct. 6, 2018 – Houston, TX – Jewelry Judge Ben Gordon of Texas Independent Jewelry Appraisers has successfully completed… Read more »
Regardless of where you purchase your engagement ring and diamond from. The cut, clarity, color and carat weight (the 4Cs) are definite contributing factors to the value of a diamond, but there are three more Cs to consider before & after shopping for an engagement ring. Confidence – that’s what a Jewelry Judge Appraisal will… Read more »
Once again, the annual Better Business Bureau Education Foundation Awards luncheon found Jewelry Judge Ben Gordon and his wife Linda accepting an award at its Spring fund raising luncheon. Jewelry Judge Ben Gordon received recognition from Houston’s Better Business Bureau. He was proud to receive the 2016 Pinnacle Award for Excellence. He was recognized by… Read more »
What’s Your Jewelry Worth?
The annual Better Business Bureau Education Foundation Awards luncheon found Jewelry Judge Ben Gordon and his wife Linda accepting an award at its Spring fund raising luncheon. The Jewelry Judge received the 2014 Winner of Distinction Award for Excellence in the Workplace. Last year, Mr. Gordon was presented with the BBB 2013 Pinnacle Award for… Read more »
Linda and Ben have been members of Knife and Fork for three plus years and the group has enjoyed seeing Linda delivering roses to our new members and guests as a member of the Membership committee. Take time to visit with Ben and Linda and enjoy their delightful personalities and share 20, 30, 40, 50… Read more »
The week before Thanksgiving, Ben Gordon-known to Houston residents as the “Jewelry Judge” – celebrated 60 years in the appraisal business. But make no mistake: This was in no way a retirement party. “I’m still active and don’t plan to retire,” said Gordon. “It’s a new beginning. I’m celebrating the next 60 years. I don’t… Read more »