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gem·mol·o·gy

 (jĕ-mŏl′ə-jē)
n.
Variant of gemology.

gemmology

the science of gemstones. Also spelled gemology.gemmologist, n.gemmological, adj.
See also: Gems
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Depending on the job description and country of residence, the monthly salary for a qualified gemmologist at entry level is Sh200, 000.
'By the end of this initial two-year training programme, each gemmologist will be able to operate every instrument and provide correct interpretation of the results.
Gemmologist Vincent Pardieu, who is also consultant field gemmologist at the Gemological Institute of America (GIA), said it was key to have a preserved and clean environment for healthy oysters, with high quality pearls, to survive.
To check whether the Kerez effect could purposely be created during the cutting process, this author enlisted the help of a fellow gemmologist and local lapidary.
Hamid Usman Khattak, Gemmologist from Gems and Gemmological Institute of Pakistan (GGIP) delivered a detailed lecture on gemstone deposits of Pakistan and identification of gemstones.
Pala Jewellers benefits from a qualified gemmologist and watchmaker, and the level of knowledge in most fields is second-to-none.
'The education of the country's future gemmologists is an important part of theDanat mandate and promise,' explained Scarratt.'We have been conducting practical sessions with our trainees, building on their theoretical knowledge of the instruments and their different applications in gemmology.' 'By the end of this initialtwo-year training programme, each gemmologist will be able to operate every instrument and provide correct interpretation of the results.
International gemmologist Vincent Pardieu will shed light on pearling and special features of gemstones.
Ilyas Ali Shah, a qualified gemmologist of PGJDC is the recourse trainer for this course.
Jewellery designer and gemmologist Michele was born and educated in London.
Jeremy Pragnell, a trained gemmologist, took over the running of the business from his father George in 1981.
The seminar will be delivered by international gemmologist Mr.