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Gems & Gemology In Review: Colored Diamonds PDF
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More than 70 years of colored diamond research published in
Gems & Gemology
has been compiled in this comprehensive volume. Organized into four sections, each with introductions written by colored diamond color-grading expert John King, technical director of the GIA Laboratory, this book reviews the history and characteristics of famous colored diamonds such as the Hope and the Dresden Green, the characterization and grading of fancy-color diamonds, and seven decades of notable colored diamonds that have passed through the GIA Laboratory. This is a downloadable PDF version of the now-out-of-print 2006 book (you will be provided with a link to download the file after checkout).
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