Gold gemstones course provides extensive and in-depth knowledge about the gemological avoid burns precious- stones , gem identification features and differentiation between natural stones and synthetic. Diagnosis practical course work with the most advanced equipment in the industry that allows identification of various gems . Gold gemstones course provides extensive and in-depth knowledge about the gemological avoid burns precious- stones , gem identification features and differentiation between natural stones Lsittiot . Diagnosis practical course work with the most advanced equipment in the industry that allows identification of various gems .
1. Introduction: the appearance of a gem of nature and criteria to be established as a favor.
2. Crystallography: various crystallization methods, identification of crystals with external characteristics.
3. Hardness: the hardness scale like (MOH) and its implications on the direction of polishing.
4. optics: refraction angles of light material and light transmission, Hrfrktomtr, birefringence, the optical axis, Hfolriskof, types of polarization, Hdiicroskof, polarization color.
5. Spectroscopy: Factors color spectrum and the invisible, the rising rocks under UV.
6. Specific gravity: Definition, hydrostatic method, solutions heavy weights.
7. inclusions: What are the inclusions? Type inclusions, inclusions characteristic of different stones from various sources.
8. The optical phenomena: star, cat's eye, color replacement, game colors and more.
9. Color Gems: what color, how the color gemstones, its components, the effect of color on the stone's value.
10. The technology study with new GemeWizard.
11. therapies Gems: What are the different treatments, methods of detection of treated stones, stones accounted reference market.
12. The leading stone: corundum - Ruby and Sapphire, Beryl - Emerald (main sources, history, gemological analysis, characteristic features, treatments).
13. Other gems: about 35 common jewels from the jewelry industry. The main types, commercial importance, identifying ways, primary sources, similar stones and imitations. Production of synthetic gemstones and identification of therapeutic improvement.
14. Diamond: History, processing, Diamond Identification, Evaluation of polished diamonds, color, clarity, proportions, shapes and different cutting treatments, imitations, gemological certificate analysis, evaluation and calculation of price by Board Rappaport.
15. Organic materials: pearls, Anbrim, ivory, tortoiseshell, coral, laws and restrictions on world trade. Trade Gems: sources, production centers, commercial centers, the Stock Exchange of gems and diamonds, investment in precious stones. Israel's policy and provisions of trade in gems.
16. Final test
Diamond traders Diamond experts, appraisers, graders Jewellers, designers Sales managers, owners, buyers and job seekers in the diamond sector Diamond and jewellery-lovers
Theoretical examination: Multiple choice Practical examination: Students have to examine and grade 8 diamonds correctly
Daily from 8.45 am to 4.45 pm Lunch break from 12.30 pm till 1.30 pm. Morning and afternoon coffee breaks.