Though it’s unclear why someone would treat the material in that way, it’s important gemologists know it exists, the lab said.
The recipients are receiving a total $35,000 in five scholarship categories.
Shoppers John Nicolosi and Fae Druiz share what they know about, and what they think of, the man-made stones.
Peter Smith shares a handful of tips from his latest book that will, hopefully, make you want to read the other 96.
The Museum of Arts and Design is hosting digital talks with jewelry designers and style arbiters.
Everything you need to know about its upcoming National Convention and Gem Awards straight from CEO Dave Bonaparte.
“New Realities, Future Promise” will be held July 13-15 and introduce a new award for an industry member.
Emmanuel Raheb breaks down the importance of knowing your audience, setting goals, sticking to a budget and more.
The two-hour immersive experience gives visitors the chance to see all three galleries before the official grand opening early next year.
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Two rough stones, three polished gems, and two jewels are in the museum’s redesigned gem and mineral halls.
So why not make it one filled with happy, productive employees, Sherry Smith asks in her latest column.
The award-winning designer directs a group called “Let’s Make Professional Jewelry,” focused on replicating the projects in his book.
Marketing the jewelry you have to offer for dad’s special day needs to start right now, Emmanuel Raheb writes.
John Pollard and Mark Reyes will teach specialists how engage clients with talking points about protecting their jewelry.
Civil rights leader Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr. will discuss the positive impact of mined diamonds on June 1.
Jacques Christophe Branellec dives into the process of culturing golden South Sea pearls, sustainability and COVID-19.