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Researchers said the stone represented a “significant attempt to artificially reproduce the features seen on natural green diamonds.”
“Magnificent Emeralds: Fura’s Tears” will run at the Wilensky gallery in Manhattan this fall, showcasing 25 exceptional emerald examples.
The Gemological Institute of America is also offering a new scholarship for American Gem Society members.
The biennial event will take place in Hong Kong next year.
Priced at $5,999, the portable Varna-D color-grades polished diamonds of various sizes and shapes from D to L.
The two and a half-day session will teach students to determine how jewelry is made using forensic methodology.
The funds will go to Diamond Council of America graduates for continued education at the institute.
Lab President Debbie Azar called the discovery “atypical.”
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