The fifth 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 Medieval Diamond Myths and Misconceptions by Jan Asplund
GEMMOLOGY Interview with John Koivula
GEMMOLOGY TODAY QUIZ #6 All things gemmological that are also geographical
CONFERENCES Kisa, Sweden & Mallorca, Spain
MONEY CENT$ The Great Inflate - Now you see it, Now you don’t by Geoff Dominy
FINGERPRINT FILE Tanzanite: The New Kid on the Block by Geoff Dominy
LAB TALK Synthetic Moissanite - Diamond Copycat by Meenakshi Chauhan
GRADE SCHOOL CZ Master Stones: A Blessing or a Curse? by Michael D. Cowing
TOOLS OF THE TRADE Reasons Simple Gem-Testing Tools Remain Important…And Why You Should Be Using Them Regularly by Antoinette Matlins
WORLD GEM FOUNDATION WORKSHOPS & COURSES MALLORCA GEMQUEST II GEMMOLOGICAL CONFERENCE
SMART THINKING A Propensity for Density - Specific Gravity Made Simple by Kirk Feral
MEET THE TEAM
THE DAILY GRIND Interview with Lisa Elser by Deborah Mazza
THE SPICE OF LIFE Sphalerite & Paella by Leone Langeslag
TINO HAMMID GEMMOLOGICAL SCHOLARSHIP
ACADEMY DIRECTORY AND CONTACT INFORMATION
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Produced four times a year (February 15th, May 15th, August 15th and November 15th)
We are pleased to offer the first four issues (November 2016, February 2017, May 2017 and August 2017) in print. Please note that they are not available as individual issues but as a 'Set of Four'. To order your set, please click here.
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