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<b>L to R:</b> Tiffany & Co. necklace; Boucheron ring; H.Stern earrings. <b>Below:</b> Morganite rough; Linneys ring; Chaumet brooch

Gemstones
Gemstone: Morganite

Morganite is a pinkish form of beryl. The beryl group of gemstones contains some of the most highly desired and more expensive of the coloured gems – the most famous of which is emerald – with a wide variety of colours represented, ranging from colourless to black. Read more »
<b>L to R:</b> Tamir earrings; Chopard x Rihanna collier, antique swallow brooch. <b>Below:</b> Turquoise rough; SJ Shrubsole antique brooch

Gemstones
Gemstone: Turquoise

Turquoise has been used as jewellery material for thousands of years and is one of the best-known ornamental gemstones. Finds in archaeological digs in Egypt date back 7,500 years and examples of carved turquoise can be found from 3,000 years ago in China, making it likely one of the first gemstones ever mined. Read more »

Gemstones
Organic Gems Part V: Jet

Have you heard the term ‘jet black’? It refers to jet, an organic gem material that originates from fossilised trees.  Read more »
Left: Aquamarine | Right: Morganite

Gemstones
Colour investigation: Beryl (Part 2)

In our previous issue KATHRYN WYATT introduced the beryl gemstone family and paid attention to its most famous member: the emerald. Here, she examines other varieties, including the aquamarine, morganite, heliodor and goshenite. Read more »
Left: Emerald | Right: Goshenite

Gemstones
Colour investigation: Beryl (Part 1)

What do emerald, aquamarine, heliodor and morganite have in common? They are all from the group of gemstones called beryl and are coloured by trace impurities. KATHRYN WYATT reports. Read more »
Image courtesy: The French Jewel Box

Gemstones
Art nouveau jewellery: exploring the legacy

Art Nouveau dominated jewellery design for only two or three decades up to World War 1 yet left a memorable legacy not only in the pieces that remain but also in the design and manufacture techniques it inspired. KATHRYN WYATT reports. Read more »
Image courtesy: The French Jewel Box

Feature Stories
Art nouveau jewellery: investigating origins

Art Nouveau is evident today in pieces that date back more than a century and also in ephemera from the ‘hippy’ days of the 1960s. In Part 1 of this look at Art Nouveau, KATHRYN WYATT investigates the origins of this defining movement. Read more »

Gemstones
The flourish of art deco

Art Deco remains a popular style not just for engagement rings but also for other jewellery items. KATHRYN WYATT expands on her previous column by delving deeper into the Art Deco movement. Read more »

Gemstones
The decadence of art deco

Through the ages, gemmology and jewellery have both been heavily impacted by global societal trends. KATHRYN WYATT looks back at the defining Art Deco movement. Read more »
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Soapbox & Opinions
Terminology and spin

To ensure the public knows exactly what they're getting, the GAA's KATHRYN WYATT advocates getting it right and being consistent when it comes to nomenclature. Read more »

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