The third issue of Gemmology Today is now available. Packed full of interesting and diverse articles, it is accessible online and is free of charge. Designed for jewellers, gemmologists and gemmological students who are looking for something a little different!
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CARBON COPY Shaping an Industry: The Genesis of Diamond Cutting by Jan Asplund
UNDER PRESSURE HPHT Type 2b Synthetic Diamond with Trigons by Meenakshi Chauhan THE DAILY GRIND Interview with award winning gem cutter John Dyer MONEY CENT$ The Name is the Game by Geoff Dominy
TOOLS OF THE TRADE The Prism Spectroscope by Geoff Dominy
FINGERPRINT FILE Emerald Eyes by Geoff Dominy
WORLD GEM FOUNDATION ONE-DAY WORKSHOPS & COURSES
GRADE SCHOOL Diamond Clarity Grading’s Golden Ratio by Michael D. Cowing MADE IN BRITAIN That Old Black Magic – Jet by Sarah Steele
LITERARY SPEAKING Books Reviews Gemstones by Vladyslav Y. Yavorskyy and Suomen Korukivet (Gemstones of Finland) by Kinnunen, Vartiainen, Hietala, Lahti, Lehtonen, Heikkilä, Valkama and Huhta
MEET THE TEAM Get to know the people behind World Gem Foundation
LAB TALK Rock with a Little Heavy Metal (Part Two) by Egor Gavrilenko
GEMMOLOGY TODAY QUIZ How much do you know about Emeralds?
NAME CALLING Red Emerald or Red Beryl - What’s In a Gemstone’s Name? Time To Reflect and Rethink? by Antoinette Matlins
THE SPICE OF LIFE What do you mean...Spodumene? by Leone Langeslag
ACADEMY DIRECTORY AND CONTACT INFORMATION
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