Michael M. Dyber, a New Hampshire designer, was awarded the grand prize in the 2009 German Award for Jewellery and Precious Stones, Idar-Oberstein gemstone cutting competition.
Dyber’s first prize winner is a 113.24 ct. Aquamarine. The Aquamarine was designed and cut so that it reflects optical illusions in three dimensions, utilizing "Dyber Optic Dish" TM and his newest technique, the "Photon Phacet" TM.
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