The eleventh 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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LAB TALK Jean-Marie Arlabosse looks at an interesting emerald crystal that he came across on the Internet
CARBON COPY ‘All Roads Lead to’. A look at Chinese Diamonds by Jan Asplund
THROUGH THE LENS Interview with mineral, gemstone and jewellery photographer Jeff Scovil
MONEY CENT$ ‘The Power of Cobalt’ by Geoff Dominy
FINGERPRINT FILE ‘Masters of Green - Chromium & Vanadium - Part Two’ by Kirk Feral
LITERARY SPEAKING Richard W. Wise reviews MOGOK The Valley of Precious Stones by Kennedy Ho, Emmanuel Fritch and Jean-Baptiste Rabouan
WORLD GEM FOUNDATION WORKSHOPS & COURSES
MEET THE TEAM The faces behind the World Gem Foundation
SPICE OF LIFE ‘Topaz - Tapas Anyone?’ by Leone Langeslag
TINO HAMMID MEMORIAL GEMMOLOGICAL SCHOLARSHIP
THE LEARNING CURVE ‘Natural or Synthetic?’ A meeting of the minds as Michael Cowing, Raymond Mason, Bill Korst, Bill Hoefer, Kirk Feral, Bear and Cara Williams and Richard Hughes look at two lab-created blue sapphires
ACADEMY DIRECTORY & CONTACT INFORMATION
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