Inclusions of chrysotile fibres in demantoide garnet from Ural Mountains, Russia
Inclusions of chrysotile fibres in demantoide garnet from Ural Mountains, Russia
Bubbles and swirls in moldavite (natural glass)
Bubbles and swirls in moldavite (natural glass)
Two-phase inclusions in tourmaline from Namibia
Two-phase inclusions in tourmaline from Namibia
Epigenetic inclusion (probanly melanterite) in quartz, Brazil, crossed polarisers
Epigenetic inclusion (probanly melanterite) in quartz, Brazil, crossed polarisers
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
Natural etching structure on a crystal face of diamond (trigons), polarised light
Natural etching structure on a crystal face of diamond (trigons), polarised light
Inclusions of rutile (dark crystal and fine needles) and clusters of zircon grains in umbalite garnet, Tanzania
Inclusions of rutile (dark crystal and fine needles) and clusters of zircon grains in umbalite garnet, Tanzania
 
 

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  • 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
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