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Colour stone identification

Gemmology is the science dealing with natural and artificial gemstone materials. It is considered a geoscience and a branch of mineralogy. Some jewellers are academically trained gemmologists and are qualified to identify and evaluate gems.

  1. Introduction of a gemmology
  2. Species of a gemstone
  3. Physical and optical properties of a gemstone
  4. Types of inclusion in gemstones
  5. Instrument uses for gem stone identification
  6. Synthetic and simulants
  7. Gemstone enhancement
  8. Visual observation

Career option

Lab Gemmologist

Can work in any reputed gem identification lab

Gemstone Appraiser

Have a knack for looking at gems and being able to determine their worth

Gem Manufacturing, Cutting and Designing

Get in the trenches of gemology when you sign on to be on the manufacturing end of gemstones

Gemstone Jeweller

Working in a jewelry store isn’t just for sales employees; most reputable jewelry stores have a professional gemologist on hand to make repairs, manufacture gemstones, and assess stones of all types

Auction Gemmologist

Auction houses need a professional gemologist on staff to deal with private pieces that are up for auction.

Wholesale Gemstone Buyer

Welcome to your new dream job in gemstone buying, or wholesale gemstone buying. Buying jobs allow you to pick pieces from various spots around the world and import them while you stay abreast of current gem trends and bring those to the public for profit.

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