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one who cuts and shapes precious stones

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A gem cutter is limited only by his imagination," says Brackna, "and by the shape of the rough.
Depending upon the internal structure of the stone, a single color or two colors will be visible, helping the gem cutter determine what kind of stone it is.
Exotic Gems has already arranged meetings between UC Hub's management and various gem cutters and distributors.
Eleanor ran the family business Sutherland Gem Cutters, in Assynt, where she and Northumberlandborn Mark, who ran an outdoor shop, moved after meeting when they both worked in Edinburgh.
Adopting Da Vinci's principles, gem cutters had used hand cranked lapidary wheels for several centuries, and a drawing of apparatus similar to that featured on Maydwell & Windle's 1760 trade card appeared in Hertel's glassworker's manual Vollstandige Anseisung zum GlasScheiffen, published in 1716.
From May 3 through 5, jeweler Harry Winston will stage his largest-ever Western showing, with gem cutters working in the museum foyer.
The gems are handed off to master gem cutters to be polished, cut and set into beautiful, timeless pieces of jewelry.
Alistir Tait, was asked to sell the stones which were donated by expert gem cutters from all over the UK.
The first iolite gems were cut by master gem cutters and designers, Bruce MacLellan of Mountain Gems Ltd.
Step 5: Our master gem cutters cut and polish your diamond in accordance with the highest industry standards to fulfill your custom request.
Cochrane also met with potential gem cutters, dealers and marketers in Israel to organize for the marketing and distribution of the stones to be produced from the mine.
Lapidary Journal, published in Devon, PA, is the premier source of information for 60,000 amateur and professional jewelry artisans, bead enthusiasts, gem cutters and carvers, jewelers and mineral and fossil collectors.