Authenticity is the cornerstone of Medusify World. We staff in-house professionals including gemologists, horologists, art appraisers and apparel experts that ensure every item sold is 100% authentic and in beautiful condition.

All items are put through a multi-point, brand-specific authentication process by a team of luxury experts headed by our Director of Authentication & Brand Compliance. We inspect all goods for appropriate brand markings, date codes, serial tags and hologram stickers. Everything passes through our strict authenticity tests before it is curated into daily sales. Our fine jewelry and watches are authenticated and appraised by our gemologists and horologists and each piece comes with a valuation certificate. Art items are thoroughly researched and validated by our team of fine art specialists.

NOTE: Medusify World does not accept or sell fake or counterfeit merchandise of any kind. If we suspect that a submitted consignment is inauthentic we will contact the consignor for proof of purchase. Counterfeit items discovered will be destroyed and not returned to the consignor, as federal law prohibits these items to be mailed.

Brands sold on Medusify World are not partnered or affiliated with Medusify World. However, we fully cooperate with brands looking to track down the source of counterfeit items, which includes revealing the contact information of consignors submitting counterfeit goods.



Daniel Jones
Senior Director of Authentication & Brand Compliance

Having worked with handbags for the past ten years, Graham's skills in authentication grew from his background in Fashion Design and Art History. His thirst for knowledge has taken him around the world, seeking education and work experiences on both coasts and beyond. Having cultivated a network of industry insiders, Graham has his finger on the pulse of the constant changes within the luxury sector. Graham is passionate about preserving the integrity of designer goods and views the manufacture and distribution of counterfeits as unethical, immoral, and detrimental to global human rights.



Sarah Smith
Lead Gemologist

A graduate gemologist of the Gemological Institute of America and a Certified Gemologist Appraiser with the American Gem Society, Kathy served as the Executive Director for the New Mexico Jewelers Association organizing gala events, design competitions and conferences for ten years. From working in luxury guild jewelry stores to opening her own boutique Sticks Stones & Bones to hitting the road and selling at trade shows and retailers alike, Sarah takes great pleasure in the excitement and challenges of the ever-evolving world of fine jewelry. She considers herself fortunate to have worked with many talented jewelers and shop owners — even celebrity clientele like Brooke Shields — whose talents and aesthetic inspire her daily work.



Juan Carlos

Timepieces, especially wristwatches, became Andrew’s obsession many years ago upon receiving his first mechanical watch as a gift. He found the visible movement so fascinating that he began taking watches apart to learn how they work. As his passion grew, Juan devoured articles and magazines, everything he could get his hands on, including promotional and instructional videos. After spending countless hours in boutiques and at watch shows, Juan began consulting for private clients, aiding them in their quest for the perfect watch. His hunger for horological knowledge and experience is insatiable. Within mere months Andrew will earn his PhD from Pacifica Graduate Institute in depth psychology, Jungian and archetypal studies—a program that has amplified his love for the numinous quality of timepieces. He has had the great fortune of finding his calling as a promoter of the market and culture of fine, authentic luxury wristwatches.



Anna Brown
Senior Specialist, Fine Art
Anna Brown is an art and design historian, bringing eight years of experience in the art world to Medusify World. Brittany’s professional experience includes the European Sculpture and Decorative Arts Department at the Detroit Institute of Arts as well as M+B, a contemporary art and photography gallery located in Los Angeles. Prior to her current position, Brittany worked in the Jewelry Department at Phillips, an international auction house headquartered in New York where she was instrumental in executing $6,000,000 in sales per year. Brittany is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where she majored in both Art History and French. She also holds a Master’s in the History of Decorative Arts and Design from the Parsons School of Design.