It doesn’t feel right to me that an “Constant Effect” item can never be recast. But this is actually a wrinkle that hadn't occurred to me (as I've not been spending much time on the main forums the last few timeframes. What if, for example, someone had a pendant made that cast Aura of Ennobled Presence on them, twice a day with an Environmental Trigger. If they were to die, would the pendant then be useless? If the person wanted (for whatever reason) to appear less Ennobled, are they s.o.l.? Or can they just put the pendant away for a while, then don it again when they want the effect?
I was actually under the impression that it was "permanent" only as long as the target was touching the item (or vice versa) for a R: Touch spell, or was within the room for a T: Room, or within the building for a T: Structure, and that if the target were no longer an applicable Target, the spell expired and would have to be recast again. Which means that, theoretically, you could have an item cast a D: Sun effect, trigger it in one room, then move it to another room and retrigger it there, so for a while it's going on in two places at once. However, at the next sunrise/sunset, both effects would expire, since it's out of charges for the day. But that's a price I'm willing to pay.
My inclination is to say that Sun-duration (or Moon) effects will continue un-interrupted so long as the subject is at the appropriate range; should the subject be out of range when the Environmental Trigger would kick in, then the effect expires and can be retriggered either at that time or a later time.
If an item's effect is dispelled (by a spell-dispelling spell such as Unravelling the Fabric of (Form) or Wind of Mundane Silence), the item is not disenchanted. There's a separate spell for that: Disenchant.
And I agree that Aegis doesn't affect Longevity Rituals, Familiar bonds, etc. It may affect the powers, but not the bond itself...the Silver Cord will not be severed by a strong enough Aegis.
I might have a better, more coherent answer tomorrow, when it's not so close to my bedtime.