Stuller Embraces Digital Gemprint Stuller Settings Inc., one of the largest U.S. jewelry manufacturers, now offers a registration certificate from Gemprint with every diamond of 3/8 ct. or larger. Remember Gemprint? It’s the Toronto company that in the early 1980s developed a way to identify diamonds by capturing a laser-reflection pattern on Polaroid film. Now that these images can be stored digitally and readily retrieved on a personal computer, it’s far easier than it once was to match a wayward diamond with its recorded image. New and improved. Those who have known Gemprint since its beginnings remember retaining a copy of the Polaroid and sending another copy to Gemprint for storage. A lost or stolen diamond, once found, could be photographed using a similar Gemprint machine, and this photo in turn could be used to trace the gem to its rightful source. In theory it seeme

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