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The LKA and Finger (Stephenson) emeralds appears on the market In June of 1990, LKA International had the 1984 discovered LKA Emerald and the 1969 Michael Finger (Stephenson) Emerald evaluated for quality and value by J.
The name “LKA” comes from the company that owned the mine at the time.
The “Stephenson Emerald,” found in the same region in 1969, weighs 1,438 cts. Stephenson, a 19th century researcher of Hiddenite area gems.
The Finger emerald had been obtained by LKA with their 1982 purchase of the former Charles Rist assets – land, buildings and museum collection.
Circa 1992, Kye Abraham, owner and CEO of LKA International, appears to have sold both emeralds to Rick G. After their purchase, the two emeralds were evaluated/appraised by Mary Croghan Ramsey of Croghan’s Jewel Box, Charleston, SC in November 1992. Beesley, president of the American Gemological Laboratories, New York City.