AGL Collaborates on Educational Event

The American Gemological Laboratories (AGL) recently joined the Smithsonian Institution and gem expert Arthur Groom in presenting an educational exhibit on colored stones. In addition to the Smithsonian's display, the exhibit featured six cases representing a portion of AGL's extensive gem and mineral collection, including its exceptional gold collection, an 800-ct. kunzite, and an unheated 100-ct. aquamarine from Brazil. One case was dedicated to the technology of defining quality in colored stones. Approximately 500 people attended a gala evening event to view the full range of gems, from the well known to the exotic. As part of the evening's festivities, AGL provided a detailed quality analysis report for the 8.73-ct. ExCel-enhanced Colombian emerald that Groom presented to the Smithsonian's permanent collection.
JCK PRO

This content is exclusive to JCK Pro subscribers. Subscribe now to access this and much more with discount code GOPRO21 for $199 for an entire year of access (reg. $249).

SUBSCRIBE TO CONTINUE

Already a JCK Pro? Log in

A JCK Pro subscription is your all-access pass to people and resources on the
cutting edge of the retail jewelry industry, from the industry authority you
know and trust

Learn about the Perks of JCK Pro

Log Out

Are you sure you want to log out?

CancelLog out