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The De Beers-run International Institute of Diamond Grading & Research will be offering a two-day class on synthetic diamond detection in Las Vegas.
The 0.33-carat stone has a very thin layer of CVD-grown Type IIb diamond on top that earned it a grade of fancy blue.
The Gemological Institute of America said the instrument, which will be priced between $4,000 and $5,000, will be available by the end of the year.
The Swiss gem lab says it is seeing sapphires from a new source in Bemainty, Madagascar coming in labeled as Kashmir.
At Baselworld, the Swiss Gemmological Institute introduced a new system for scanning single and multi-strand pearl necklaces.
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