The first issue of Gems&Jewellery was launched exclusively for Gem-A members in 1991, offering a more accessible approach to the often complex field of gemmology. Gems&Jewellery presents a range of articles on gems, minerals and jewellery, alongside news, features and opinion pieces. Articles cover a broad range of topics, from synthetics, ethics and nomenclature to coverage of Gem-A field trips, events and international exhibitions. Thousands of gem and jewellery industry professionals, gemmology students, retailers and members of the National Association of Jewellers in the United Kingdom rely on Gems&Jewellery for insightful advice, entertaining features, beautiful imagery and accurate gemmological updates.
GEMS&JEWELLERY LATEST ISSUES
Since 1991 Gems&Jewellery has been providing first-class news to professionals around the trade. You can now look back at issues since its inception by browsing the archive below.
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Gems&Jewellery is a great way to share something you have discovered with the trade. We take submissions from all areas of the gem and jewellery trade – you don’t need to have a background in writing. If you have written an article that you would like considered, or are considering writing an article on a specific area of the gem or jewellery trade, please take a moment to read through the rules for submission.
LIBRARY AND INSTITUTIONAL SUBSCRIPTIONS
If you are part of a Library or an Institution, you can subscribe directly to receive Gem-A’s Journal of Gemmology and Gems&Jewellery magazine.
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With a UK/Europe address: £176
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If you are not part of a Library or an Institution but you would like to receive both Gem-A publications along with a number of additional benefits, you can apply to become an Associate or Corporate Member of Gem-A, take a look here: https://gem-a.com/membership
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