Easy Gemology: Applied Gemology For Emerald Jewelry Sparkers
What you'll learn
- You will learn in-depth knowledge about emerald
- You will be able to buy and sell emerald confidentially
- You can start your colored stone business in your town or area
- You should study Fundamental of gemology as a prerequisite.
Emerald is a gemstone and a variety of the mineral beryl (Be3Al2(SiO3)6) colored green by trace amounts of chromium and/or sometimes vanadium. Beryl has a hardness of 7.5–8 on the Mohs scale. Most emeralds are highly included, so their toughness (resistance to breakage) is classified as generally poor. Emerald is a cyclosilicate. May’s birthstone, emerald, is aptly named the gem of spring. Its vibrant green color evokes a lush garden. In fact, inclusions in emeralds are sometimes called an internal “jardin,” the French word for “garden.” The most desirable emeralds range from bluish-green to green with vivid color saturation.
Easy Gemology: Applied Gemology For Emerald Jewelry Sparkers is a course that teaches you all the above information. in addition, you will learn about emeralds, from origin name, basic information, identification up to buying and caring. this course is mandatory for all who want to buy emeralds for themselves or their loved ones. this course will instruct you the emerald knowledge in a step-by-step way that helps you to become an emerald expert. in this course, you will learn the following topics:
History of Emerald
Basic information of Emerald
Main producers of Emerald
Introduction to 4C Parameters of Emerald
Color of Emerald
Cut of Emerald
Clarity of Emerald
Carat weight (Size) of Emerald
Enhancement methods of Emerald
Synthesizing and synthetic Emerald
Emerald caring and attentions
Part 1- How To Buy Emerald Without Dead Mistake
Part 2- How To Buy Emerald Without Dead Mistake
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who love gemstones
I was born July 22, 1981 in afghanistan, when I was child my family had to Emigrate iran because of attack of Soviet Union. and there I grew up, I was learnt in iranian school and high school. after finishing high school I accepted to university. I was studying mining engineering, and there I was passionate about gemstones. after graduating of university I came back to my country, and at first I was employed as a site engineer in US project trough out of afghanistan. during this project I saw my country closely and I was impassioned of my country. about 6 years before I was starting my second job as gems buyer and seller. for getting more information I applied for colored stone courses at GIA.