The Latest Diamond Screening Instruments Are Available for Testing
Industry members can try out the devices designed to distinguish natural diamonds from lab-grown ones at an event that runs through July.
They can do so online here, or by emailing the DMIA at firstname.lastname@example.org and providing the number of attending participants along with their names, company names, email addresses and telephone numbers.
DMIA organized the showcase in collaboration with the Jewelers Vigilance Committee, the Responsible Jewelry Council and the Natural Diamond Council’s Assure Program, its testing regimen for diamond verification instruments.
The schedule is as follows.
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