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Identification of Jewelry in Museum of the Art & History of Judaism


Identification of jewelry was done at the Paris Museum of Art and History of Judaism.

UV Spectroscopy was the first test we did, with long wavelength (365 nm) and short wavelength (254 nm).

After that, Raman spectrometry test was performed with the portal device.

In the third step, the jewelry inclusions were evaluated with a portable digital microscope and available loupes.

And finally X-ray fluorescence (XRF) testing concluded the investigations.

The collected data is outputted and visualized by software to prepare for expert analysis and review.

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