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Re: Writing a Book - Questions
Hi Sam, I'm sure their are persons who have attempted and actually did a book on jewels as well as on any other topics.
Judging from the secrecy associated with Royal Houses especially relating to their jewel assets as that kind of digging does or can cause anger and virtue politics in this present world system I'm unsure as to if you can achieve your goal.
I believe it may be best to have a kind of tv documentary on the specific jewels and family you wish to look into. Books are kind of dated but a video may be more easily accessible and attractive these days.
Best of luck,
Hope we are all keeping safe and well.
I have some questions that sort of relates to jewellery history.
Basically, I'd really like to write one of those glossy coffee table books on the Grimaldi's and their jewels.
I know I'd have to gain access to Cartier, Van Cleef and the Monegasque archives (not to mention improve my technical French fast )
Has anyone ever done anything like this before? Like a non journalist, if so where did you start?