Adam Knisley - TestsForge Expert Profile


Adam Knisley is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of certification exam preparation. He is the director of the TestsForge’s software developing department. He was formerly director of the company of globalknowledge. He served as demonstration tools developer in the Oracle from 1993 to 1999. He is developing the software for the following certification exams now: LX0-101 CompTIA Linux+ [Powered by LPI] Exam 1, HP0-Y43 Implementing HP Network Infrastructure Solutions, 648-244 Designing and Implementing Cisco Unified Communications on Unified Computing Systems, 646-561 ASAM, HP0-A03 HP-UX 11 to 11i v3 Differences, 7004 Avaya Communication Server 1000 for Avaya Aura® Maintenance, HP0-P17 HP-UX 11iv3 Security Administration, E20-885 VNX Solutions Expert Exam for Implementation Engineers, 156-915.71 Check Point Certified Security Expert update blade, E20-517 Symmetrix Solutions Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators and HP0-W03 Advanced SAN Architecture Certification. Adam Knisley is interested in antique & estate jewelry. He does lots of research about them and then later builds the website antiquereflections. Antique Reflections focuses on Marcasite & Southwest jewelry as well as antique and estate jewelry and reproductions. Specific items of interest include engagement rings that are platinum, white gold filigree, and diamond. Colored gemstones and pearls are also part of their collection. Collectors looking for a specific period may enjoy their selection of Victorian, Edwardian, and Deco jewelry. Adam Knisley prides himself on only offering real gemstones on the website and promises that none of their rings are synthetic. Through the website, visitors can view Antique Reflections' collection. Sorting can be done by gender, by era, by jewelry type, and by price. Pieces purchased on the website can be purchased with a major credit card or through PayPal.



1. Antique Reflections takes pride in understanding the history of the jewelry that it presents. Through the website created by Adam Knisley, individuals are encouraged to review jewelry history spanning from 1720 to the present. …With the machine age came the ability to mine precious metals and gemstones better and faster and to mass produce jewelry…

 

2. Adam Knisley explains the jewelry changes made in the retro, modern, Edwardian, and art deco periods on the website. Links take visitors to see the company's selection of jewelry from these periods. …Edwardian diamond Engagement rings, Edwardian Filigree Rings, Edwardian filigree bow Pins and Edwardian Earrings became popular…

 

3. According to the article by Adam Knisley on Antique Reflections website, diamonds became popular after the Victorian period ended. The site also states that birds, insects, and pastel enamels were characteristics of Art Nouveau jewelry. …This was the mourning period for the Queen of England and her subjects. This was a somber time and the jewelry had much jet and onyx stones along with Hair jewelry …

 

4. Mr. Knisley explains that Marcasite is a name for white Iron Pyrite. Most people are familiar with yellow Iron Pyrite because it is commonly referred to as Fool's Gold. …Marcasite was much better because it took a higher shine and it did not rust like the cut steel. During our history, Marcasite has often been used as a substitute for diamonds because of cost and availability…

 

5. Mr. Knisley said that filigree jewelry became common during the Edwardian period. The website of Antique Reflections attributes this occurrence to the intricate details used on Edwardian jewelry. …The diamond look was more enhanced in bezels and prongs of Platinum, and White Gold. The diamonds sparkled and their brilliance stood out …

 

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