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Date : 21.08.2017

Category : SSEF around the globe

SSEF On-site testing in Hong Kong, 08 - 19 September 2017

We will be in Hong Kong 08 - 19 September 2017 offering our on-site testing services, during the September Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fairs. Equipped with our mobile instruments and spectrometers, we will be certifying coloured gemstones at the Asia World Expo (13 - 17 September 2017, 8C00) and at the Convention & Exhibition Centre (15 - 19 September 2017, booth no. 3M-055). Before the fair we will offer on-site testing by appointment only at our HK office (08-09, 11-12 September 2017). Our local mobile number during this period is +852 649 649 94.

 

Please contact us in advance to make an appointment.

 

More information on our Hong Kong services

Date : 05.08.2017

Category : SSEF around the globe

SSEF On-site testing in Bangkok, August 2017

We will be in Bangkok 21-25 August 2017 offering our on-site testing services. Our office is in the gem trade district at the Silom Road. Equipped with our instruments and spectrometers, we will be testing coloured gemstones. Please contact us to make an appointment.

 

More information on our Bangkok services

Date : 01.06.2017

Category : SSEF around the globe

SSEF On-site testing in Hong Kong, 19 - 25 June 2017

We will be in Hong Kong 19 - 25 June 2017 offering our on-site testing services, during the June Hong Kong Jewellery and Gem Fairs. Equipped with our mobile instruments and spectrometers, we will be certifying coloured gemstones at the Convention & Exhibition Centre (22 - 25 June 2017, booth no. 3M-101). Before the fair we will offer on-site testing by appointment only at our HK office (19 - 21 June 2017). Our local mobile number during this period is +852 649 649 94.

 

Please contact us in advance to make an appointment.

 

More information on our Hong Kong services

Date : 28.03.2017

Category : SSEF around the globe

Trade alert: ‘Kashmir-like’ sapphires from Madagascar

This trade alert focuses on those sapphires from this new source in Madagascar which have a ‘Kashmir-like’ visual appearance. They are characterised by a subtle and fine milkiness, which results in a velvety blue colour as is known from top-quality Kashmir sapphires. Unfortunately, many of these new sapphires are accompanied by gemmological reports describing them as being of Kashmir origin. Having recently tested an important number of such ‘Kashmir-like’ sapphires submitted by clients and ranging in weight from 5 to 50 ct, we have to conclude that many of these gems of so-called Kashmir origin actually originated from the new deposit near Bemainty/Ambatondrazaka in Madagascar.

 

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