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William Holland School of Lapidary Arts

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William Holland School of Lapidary Arts

P.O. Box 980

Young Harris, Georgia,30582

United States

Company Description

William Holland Lapidary School is one of the nation's oldest Lapidary Arts School, Jewelry, Jewlery Making and has on site lapidary school complete with lapidary supplies with the extras like rough, gem rough and facting supplies. Our lapidary school enjoys s...more

Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

Williams College


Affiliations

Charlotte Gem & Mineral Club

Member


Education

Doctor of Science

Operations Research

George Washington University


Web References(23 Total References)


William Holland School of Lapidary Arts

lapidaryschool.org [cached]

Sarah Lee is a member of the Charlotte Gem and Mineral Club and has been teaching since the early 1990s.
She teaches at William Holland and at her home outside of Charlotte, NC. In her classes, you will learn triplets, doublets, Australian and matrix opals..


About the William Holland School of Lapidary Arts

www.lapidaryschool.org [cached]

Sarah Lee is a retiree from the Southern Bell Telephone Company and has been teaching Opal cutting since the early 1990s.
She studied under Joe De Pietro, Emery Leppett and Dr. Paul Dowing. She has also taken jewelry classes from Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC. Sarah Lee has served as the president of the Southeast Federation of Mineralogical Societies and currently teaches opal cutting at William Holland as well as offering classes in cabochon and opal cutting at her home outside of Charlotte, NC. She has served on the Board of Directors since 2009.


William Holland School of Lapidary Arts Instructor Biographies

www.lapidaryschool.org [cached]

Sarah Lee is a member of the Charlotte Gem and Mineral Club and has been teaching since the early 1990s.
She teaches at William Holland and at her home outside of Charlotte, NC. In her classes, you will learn triplets, doublets, Australian and matrix opals.


About the William Holland School of Lapidary Arts

www.lapidaryschool.org [cached]

Sarah Lee Boyce
Board Member


William Holland School of Lapidary Arts Instructor Biographies

www.lapidaryschool.org [cached]

Carl is into his fourth year teaching opals, having served an apprenticeship under Sarah Lee Boyce.
He has lectured on opals at several gem and mineral clubs within the Southeast and works out of his home studio cutting and carving opals, jadeite, and other sundry stones. Carl and his wife, Denise, live near Murphy, NC where they keep honeybees, grow wine grapes and blueberries and tend assorted fruit trees. He earned his Doctor of Science in Operations Research in 1986 from the George Washington University, retired from military service after twenty years with the USAF in 1988, worked ten years for M&M/Mars out of their Chicago candy factory in the field of machinery reliability, and then began a consulting practice in machinery health monitoring, working for the likes of Barrick Goldstrike and Enron Inc.


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