3524 Sacramento St
San Francisco CA 94118
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Meriwether is a wholesale/retail jewelry business dealing in estate and contemporary jewelry. Since 1983, Meriwether has catered to the highest echelon of jewelry consumers in San Francisco as well as across the country. She has regularly inventoried signed pieces from Tiffany, Cartier, Van Cleef, David Webb, Boucheron, Bulgari etc. Meriwether is happy to have designed many pieces for a clientele with an extremely discerning eye. In addition to the many engagement rings designed each year, Meriwether has been commissioned to manufacture earrings, necklaces and brooches of greatly varying designs. Meriwether McGettigan, owner, attended the Gemological Institute of America in Santa Monica, CA, in 1981. She completed courses for certification in Diamond Grading and Evaluation, Colored Stone Evaluation and Identification, and Design, before becoming certified as a Graduate Gemologist. She is an accredited member of the International Society of Appraisers and a member in good standing of the Jewelers Board of Trade. Meriwether frequently lectures on c1940s jewelry as well as notable designers of the 20th century to various groups in the Bay Area. She was asked to lecture on the Retro period at the 2009 Antique Jewelry & Art Conference at Hofstra University in New York. Her jewelry has appeared in a number of publications, including "San Francisco Magazine", "California Home and Design", "San Francisco Chronicle Magazine", "Modern Bride", "Bridal Guide", and in an on-line magazine, In January 2002, Meriwether was profiled as entrepreneur of the month in "San Francisco Business Times". On March 22, 2002, Meriwether's jewelry was featured in an Oscars segment on KRON-TV Morning News. On February 17, 2006, CNN American Morning did a segment on what to do with your PowerBall winnings in which was the only jewelry source mentioned as the place to go for "new" old jewelry.