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WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT GARNET, THE JANUARY BIRTHSTONE?

Red garnets have a long history, but modern gem buyers can pick from a rich palette of garnet colours: greens, oranges, pinkish oranges, deeply saturated purplish reds, and even some blues. Red garnet is one of the most common and widespread of gems. But not all garnets are as abundant as the red ones. A green garnet, tsavorite, is rarer and needs rarer rock chemistries and conditions to form. Where are Garnets found? Garnet stones can be found in countries such as�Brazil,�Botswa…

By admin | Jan 6th, 2015
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PREPARING FOR THE ANCHORCERT GEM LAB OPEN DAY

After a very busy SafeGuard Valuation Event Day and an Understanding Diamonds training course, preparations began for tomorrows AnchorCert Gem Lab Open Day. This exclusive event is for members of the jewellery trade and is a unique opportunity to view the range of sophisticated equipment  and meet the experts of the AnchorCert Gem Lab. The Open Day includes a tour of the Lab and the chance to view a small exhibition including laser inscribed stones, lab grown diamonds and treated diamon…

By admin | Apr 29th, 2014
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ANCHORCERT SPONSORING THE SCOTTISH GEM-A CONFERENCE

     AnchorCert Gem lab are pleased to sponsor the Scottish Gem-A Annual Conference which will take place in Peebles over May Bank Holiday. This well established event always has an international flavour and this year includes lectures from Michael Krzemnicki of Swiss Lab SSEF and Dr Cigdem Lule of Gemworld International. Senior Gemmologist Anu Manchanda and Marketing Manager Penny Parkes will represent AnchorCert Gem Lab and are looking forward to learning about diverse subjects fro…

By admin | Apr 17th, 2014
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HAVE YOU SEEN OUR LATEST ARTICLE IN JEWELLERY FOCUS THIS MONTH?...........

BLUE STONES Arguably the most popular amongst blue stones are sapphires and tanzanites. But, explains Anu Manchanda, different form of testing for treatments.  Blue gemstones complement diamonds perfectly, especially when set against white metal, and this gem combination continues to be a popular classic. There are many blue gemstones, from blue diamonds to blue spinel with topaz, iolite and lapis lazuli in between. The two most popular precious blue gems are sapphires and tanzanites; two …

By admin | Mar 8th, 2014
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