The fourteenth 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 students who are looking for something a little different!
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OUT OF THIS WORLD - A photographic tribute to the inclusion photography of Mallorcan born Anthony de
GEM QUIZ #14 - How good are you at identifying inclusions? Twelve photos, no time limit, no pressure!
LAB TALK - ‘Crystal Gazing – Magnesiotaaffeite’ Jean-Marie Arlabosse uses high-tech instruments to investigate an interesting crystal specimen.
MONEY CENT$ - ‘The Wealth of Experience’ Geoff Dominy looks at the one thing you cannot teach – experience and why it invariably separates the men and women from the boys and girls.
FINGERPRINT FILE - ‘Slick Magnet’ Kirk Feral shows us just how important magnetism is in the identification of gemstones.
TINO HAMMID MEMORIAL GEMMOLOGICAL SCHOLARSHIP
WORLD GEM FOUNDATION WORKSHOPS & COURSES
CARBON COPY - ‘Blood, Sweat & Fears’ Jan Asplund examines the history of diamonds in West Africa and the price they have paid.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE - ‘Gemology Toys for Girls and Boys’ Nina Zolotukhina takes a look at low-cost instruments and why they can sometimes prove costly.
OUT IN THE FIELD ‘Buying Sapphires in Sri Lanka’ Helpful tips by Kim Rix on what to buy and where to buy it.
MEET THE TEAM - The faces behind the World Gem Foundation.
THE LEARNING CURVE - ‘Turquoise – Jewel of the Orient’ Zohreh Amini looks at one of the oldest gemstones known to Man and the esteemed position it has held for 8000 years.
LITERARY SPEAKING - Jan Asplund reviews ‘Lacloche Joalliers’ by Laurence Mouillefarine and Véronique Ristelhueber.
SPICE OF LIFE - ‘Andalusite – splish, splash and lots of flash’ Leone Langeslag continues her series on gemstones from around the world with a stone that is often referred to as a ‘Poor Man’s Alexandrite’.
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