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Three members join as three finish their decade-long terms.
The free event coincides with a new exhibit at the GIA museum, “Centuries of Opulence: Jewels of India.”
The SYNTHdetect identifies natural diamonds and refers potential lab-grown stones for further testing.
The company’s enhanced Sarine Profile report now features cut, clarity, color and carat weight as well as diamond verification.
It’s the largest budget the diamond company has allocated in nearly a decade.
She stepped down after 38 years at the Gemological Institute of America and has been succeeded by Robert Weldon.
The Gemological Institute of America is accepting applications for on-campus and online courses now through Sept. 30.
The gem identification and testing and insurance report writing courses will be held at Jewelry Television’s Knoxville headquarters in late July and early August.
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