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The first gem lab serving the jewelry trade was established in London in 1925, prompted by the influx of the newly developed 'cultured pearl' and advances in the synthesis of rubies and sapphires. There are now numerous Gem Labs around the world requiring ever-more-advanced equipment and experience to identify the new challenges - such as treatments to gems, new synthetics and other new materials.

Gemstones are basically categorized based on of their crystal structure, specific gravity, refractive index, and other optical properties, such as pleochroism. The physical property of "hardness" is defined by the non-linear Mohs scale of mineral hardness.

Gemologists study these factors while valuing or appraising cut and polished gemstones. Gemological microscopic study of the internal structure is used to determine whether a gem is synthetic or natural by revealing natural fluid inclusions, and included partially melted exogenous crystals to demonstrate evidence of heat treatment to enhance colour.

The spectroscopic analysis of cut gemstones also allows a gemologist to understand the atomic structure and identify its origin as it is a major factor in valuing a gemstone. Gemology requires, sorting, identifying, valuations, of gems, Here you will find all the tools and supplies you need to do just that. Economical quality jewelers tools for gem collectors, jewelers, and rock hounds.
Accessories Color Grading
Gemology accessories serves for multiple purpose in jewelry making.
Color grading device is ergonomic, thumb curve, foldable design.
Flutes Gem Gauges
Parcel Paper or commonly refered to as Flutes are used for short-term storage of gemstones.
Gem gauge is used for measuring stones.
Lamp Microscopes
Jewelers use Professional Gem Microscope to zoom and view the designs.
Parcel Paper Tools
Jewelers use the finest quality papers at the most economical prices.
Gemology tools identifies double refractive colored gem stones.
Tweezers
Jewelers use the finest diamond tweezers for perfect tip alignment.
For a person ot gemologist to understand the atomic structure and identify its origin of a stone is is a major factor in valuing a gemstone. Gemology requires, sorting, identifying, valuations, of gems, Here you will find all the tools and supplies you need to do just that. Economical quality jewelers tools for gem collectors, jewelers, and rock hounds.
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