Two-phase inclusions in sapphire, Sri Lanka
Two-phase inclusions in sapphire, Sri Lanka
Natural etching structure on a crystal face of diamond (trigons), polarised light
Natural etching structure on a crystal face of diamond (trigons), polarised light
Stress fissure («sun spangle») in baltic amber
Stress fissure («sun spangle») in baltic amber
Dendrites in agate
Dendrites in agate
Inclusions of gilalite aggregates in rock crystal from Brazil
Inclusions of gilalite aggregates in rock crystal from Brazil
Spinel crystal in dolomite marble, Burma
Spinel crystal in dolomite marble, Burma
Midge included in amber from the Baltic coast, polarised light
Midge included in amber from the Baltic coast, polarised light
Inclusion of apatite in ruby from Tanzania
Inclusion of apatite in ruby from Tanzania
 
 

Objectives

The Swiss Gemmological Society has the following objectives:

  • To promote the gemmological knowledge of its members
  • To extend this knowledge through annual training and to pass on the benefits thereof to the gemstone and pearl trades in the industry
  • Protect the interest of the purchasing public
  • Maintain ethical business practices, combat unfair competition and comply with the international guidelines of the diamond, gemstone and pearl trades