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Noble Gems Publishes 3rd Edition of Dundek's 'Diamonds'

Dec 16, 2009 5:22 PM   By Press Release
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RAPAPORT...  Press Release: Noble Gems International announced the publication of the new edition of Diamonds by Marijan Dundek. Building on the success of previous editions, this top-selling guide to diamonds has been completely revised to include many new features:

*Full-color illustrations throughout;
*A chapter on natural color diamonds, with descriptions and images of each main color group;
*A clear explanation of the Four C's;
*Examples of Gemological Institute of Ameica (GIA) and other diamond grading reports;
*Information on branding and inscriptions;
*A chapter on the birth and transformation of one of the world’s most remarkable diamonds;
*A directory of international institutes and gem trade laboratories; and
*A new design and format.

The author, a leading authority in the field, brings an enormous passion for the subject to his knowledge and expertise in the diamond trade. He currently works for the world-famous Graff Diamonds.

His new work will be welcomed by readers familiar with the first edition and by newcomers alike, whether they are professional jewelers, students or teachers of gemology, prospective buyers of diamonds or those simply fascinated by this most prized and captivating of gems.

The book is highly praised by many top organizations in the field — including Graff Diamonds, the GIA, the British Jewellery Association, the National Association of Goldsmiths and the Gemmological Association of Great Britain — and can be found in both general and specialized bookshops, including Rubin & Son, Harrod’s, Foyle’s, Waterstone's and online at Amazon.

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ISBN: 978-0-9537884-3-9      
Paperback: 96 pages      
RRP: $25 (GBP 14.95)      
Publisher: Noble Gems Publications

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