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The lab has dropped the word “synthetic” from the document and added standard scales for reference.
The hour-long program, “Behind the Brilliance of Diamonds,” is designed to help U.S. retailers.
The lab will feature technology and equipment from De Beers, GIA, and others.
He was a founding organizer of the ICA and past president of both the Society of Jewellery Historians and the Gemmological Association of Great Britain.
The program features a QR code scanner that confirms if a report is genuine.
The laboratory has started grading man-made diamonds using the same color and clarity scales it applies to mined stones.
Bangkok lab Lotus Gemology compiled the photo database, which is free and available to anyone who needs it.
The miner also has rolled out color range sample sets of its Greenlandic gems.
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