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PETE DANDRIDGE is Conservator in the Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation, where he began working in 1979. He received his MA in conservation and a certificate of advanced studies from the Cooperstown Graduate Program in the Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works of Art. Since 1984, he has had primary responsibility for the ivories, enamels, and metalwork in the collections of the Department of Medieval Art and The Cloisters. He has published and lectured on Byzantine ivories, the gilding of silver in Byzantium, Early Christian and Migration Period jewelry, Limoges enamels, medieval aquamanilli, and related subjects. Address: Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Ave., NewYork, NY 10028; email@example.com