Midge included in amber from the Baltic coast, polarised light
Midge included in amber from the Baltic coast, polarised light
Agate from Reichweiler, Germany
Agate from Reichweiler, Germany
Fluid inclusions containing mica and quartz, in aquamarine from Pakistan
Fluid inclusions containing mica and quartz, in aquamarine from Pakistan
Epigenetic inclusion (probanly melanterite) in quartz, Brazil, parallel polarisers
Epigenetic inclusion (probanly melanterite) in quartz, Brazil, parallel polarisers
Inclusions of gilalite aggregates in rock crystal from Brazil
Inclusions of gilalite aggregates in rock crystal from Brazil
«Red fox agate» from Patagonia, Argentina
«Red fox agate» from Patagonia, Argentina
Two-phase inclusions in tourmaline from Namibia
Two-phase inclusions in tourmaline from Namibia
Inclusion of apatite in ruby from Tanzania
Inclusion of apatite in ruby from Tanzania
 
 

About us

In 1942, a group of jewellery and gemstone specialists, led by Prof. Dr. Eduard Gübelin, founded the Swiss Gemmological Society with the aim of promoting the gemmological knowledge of its members and keeping them informed by means of further education annually.

The Swiss Gemmological Society provides the professional training and further education of its members, by means of a two-day central conference annually, which is further supplemented by two-day regional seminars, later in the year.

Professionals from the gemstone, jewellery and watch industries, gemmological laboratories and other interested parties can become members of the Swiss Gemmological Society.

The Society is Divided into 7 Regional Groups:

  • Suisse Romands
  • Bern
  • Basel-Solothurn-Aargau and Central Switzerland
  • Zurich
  • East Switzerland / Liechtenstein
  • Ticino

Each regional group is represented by a regional leader who organises the regional seminars and provides interested parties with information on the society.

For further information please contact us: nfgmmlgch.