Gemology or gemmology is the science dealing with natural and artificial gemstone materials. It is considered a geoscience and a branch of mineralogy. Some jewelers are academically trained gemologists and are qualified to identify and evaluate gems.
A gemologist, also known as a jeweler or gem expert, works with and identifies precious stones and gems. Although they might work independently on occasion, gemologists usually work at a jewelry store in the back room, where gem and stone identification. Gemstones include stones such as diamonds, emeralds, rubies, sapphires, spinels, blue topazes, ambers, citrines, amethysts, aquamarines, opals, peridots, moonstones, pyrites, obsidians, and tigers-eyes.
Gemologist basically analysis gems and stones, to determine, quality, value, authenticity, composition and weight. They are experts in detecting defects, imperfections, concealed imperfection, rarity, and other features of a good stone and gem.
Gemologist basically analysis gems and stones, to determine, quality, value, authenticity, composition and weight.
Gemstone Bulk Buyer.
Gem Manufacturing, Cutting and Designing.
Gemstone Analyzer and Appraiser.