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Laboratories for analyses and age-testing
Archaeolabs, Saint Bonnet de Chavagne, France
6.8.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 7637 Hits

Antiques Analytics, Robert Neunteufel, Eppstein, Germany
Antiques Analytics führt naturwissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zur Beurteilung von Kunstgegenständen und Echtheitsprüfung von Antiquitäten auf der Basis von chemischen und physikalischen Materialanalysen durch. Atomemissionsspektrometrie, Rasterelektronenmikroskopie, Röntgenfluoreszenzanalyse, Fourier-Transform-Infrarotspektroskopie, Kapillar-Gaschromatographie
2.6.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 8259 Hits

Oxford Authentication, Doreen Stoneham, Oxfordshire, England
Oxford Authentication Ltd was formed in 1997. Since its formation, we have performed over 18,000 tests. Our thermoluminescence (TL) laboratory has state-of-the-art equipment.
2.6.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 7032 Hits

Rathgen-Forschungslabor, Berlin, Germany
Licht- und Rasterelektronemikroskopie, Röntgenfluoreszenz-, Atomabsorptions- und Emissionsspektralanalyse, Röntgendiffraktometrie, Pyrolyse-Gaschromatographie, FT-Infrarotspektoskopie, HPLC und Thermolumineszenz
2.6.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 6794 Hits

Bortolot Daybreak, Guilford, USA
4.6.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 7665 Hits

Links to luminescence laboratories worldwide
List of links by Luminescence Laboratory, Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK
5.6.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 7655 Hits

Aberystwyth Laboratory, England
The luminescence dating laboratory in Aberystwyth is part of the Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences in the University of Wales. The laboratory was established in 1989 under the direction of Prof. Ann Wintle. In 1994 the laboratory space was expanded to house new equipment and a computer room was created for the group.
5.6.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 7200 Hits

Museo del Collezionista d'Arte, Milano, Italy
Fondazione Gottfried Matthaes - A piece of carved, sawn or painted wood does not become a work of art only because it has been established that it has a certain degree of antiquity. It must be judged as such by an experienced and reputable art historian. Likewise, an object defined as "art" by an expert opinion turns into just a piece of carved wood if it can be demonstrated that the expert's dating was erred. An art object is genuine, and will be so in the future, only if the style, technique and artist, if known, coincide with the age of the object. These requisites are indispensable. Age, which is the decisive characteristic, can be established only by means of scientific methods and research. The spectroscopic dating method was developed by the laboratory of the Art Collector's Museum to provide collectors, restorers, art galleries and museums with objective data on which to base appraisals of art objects in their possession.
24.7.2003 | 0 Votes | 0 Comments | 6821 Hits

14C, ETH, Zürich, Switzerland
Welcome to the web page of the 14C dating group at the ETH/PSI AMS facility in Zurich, Switzerland. For the last 15 years we have been involved in numerous projects in Archaeology, Climate research as well as dating of art objects and textiles.
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Swiss Institute for Art Research, Zürich, Switzerland
Research in art technology
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