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The natural colored gemstone and cultured pearl source of information and ideas.
Diamond basics, covering the 5 C's--carat weight, color, clarity, cut and cost.
Discusses certification, shapes, grade, and other diamond related topics. Also includes precious metal guides.
An illustrated glossary, including terms that describe fine and costume jewelry, gemstones, and jewelry making.
Photos of gemstones, each accompanied by a description of the gem's properties and where it is commonly found. Includes instructions for close-up gem photography.
A nonprofit organization that offers gemstone identification and buying advice to consumers and training to those in the jewelry trade. The GIA provides lab services to the jewelry industry.
Facts about opal include chemical make-up, buying advice, cutting and polishing basics, and opal care. Includes photos of different types of opals.
Five-part, illustrated guide that discusses the origin of natural Moissanite and explains how it is being created in the lab today.
Provides basic information to help familiarize buyers with the qualities they should look for when searching for a diamond.
Informational site with articles by volunteer editors from the jewelry industry. Includes articles on gemstones, buying guides, help for men, and common questions.
Offers articles discussing jewelry terminology, pricing, quality measures.
A reference library covering natural gemstones and minerals, synthetic and treated gems. Also offers resources for people who would like to pursue a career in gemology.
Discusses certification, shapes, grade, and other diamond related topics. Also includes precious metal guides.
Offers articles discussing jewelry terminology, pricing, quality measures.
A reference library covering natural gemstones and minerals, synthetic and treated gems. Also offers resources for people who would like to pursue a career in gemology.
A nonprofit organization that offers gemstone identification and buying advice to consumers and training to those in the jewelry trade. The GIA provides lab services to the jewelry industry.
Informational site with articles by volunteer editors from the jewelry industry. Includes articles on gemstones, buying guides, help for men, and common questions.
An illustrated glossary, including terms that describe fine and costume jewelry, gemstones, and jewelry making.
Facts about opal include chemical make-up, buying advice, cutting and polishing basics, and opal care. Includes photos of different types of opals.
Photos of gemstones, each accompanied by a description of the gem's properties and where it is commonly found. Includes instructions for close-up gem photography.
The natural colored gemstone and cultured pearl source of information and ideas.
Five-part, illustrated guide that discusses the origin of natural Moissanite and explains how it is being created in the lab today.
Provides basic information to help familiarize buyers with the qualities they should look for when searching for a diamond.
Diamond basics, covering the 5 C's--carat weight, color, clarity, cut and cost.

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