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Wednesday, 19 September 2007

Gemprint. An instrument designed and manufactured by KULSO, Ltd., Haifa, Israel, based on research of the Weizmann Institute of Science. The system uses a laser beam light source, produces a Gemprint photo­graph of the reflections of the polished surface of a faceted stone. Reportedly, faceted Gemstones of any size, mounted or not, may be re­corded (photographed) in this man­ner.

Gems & Gemology. The quarterly journal of the Gemological Institute of America.

Gemscope (trademark, Gemological Institute of America). Another name for Gemolite.

Gem-Trade Laboratories, Gemologi­cal Institute of America. The three research and testing laboratories that are maintained and operated by the GIA to provide gemstone, diamond, and pearl identification and grading for the jewelry industry, Better Busi

ness Bureaus, jewelers' organiza­tions, insurance companies and the public. They are located at 580 Fifth Avenue, New York City, New York 10036; 1660 Stewart Street, Santa Monica, California 90404; and 606 South Olive Street, Suite #1122, Los Angeles, California 90014. See Ap­pendix for more detailed informa­tion.

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