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A gemcutter is a person who cuts, shapes, and polishes natural and synthetic gemstones. In historical use it usually refers to an artist who made hardstone ...

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Learn about a Gemcutter career! Check out the job description, job outlook, salary, and how to become a Gemcutter.

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After it is finished a gem is valued partially on its cut which is why the expertise of a gem cutter is so important. In order to become a professional gem cutter an ...

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Whether you're starting a new career or taking the next step in your professional journey, a GIA education is considered the pinnacle of training and professional ...

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Gem cutters take the mishappen lumps of rock and cut, smooth, and polish a whole variety of gems. Diamonds, rubies, even pearls are cleverly formed by the  ...

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Learn about these techniques and basic gem cutting terms in this introduction. ... is a bit more expensive, but you can become proficient with a little practice.

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Jul 3, 2010 ... Have you ever wondered what goes into cutting gems before they become jewelry? This video will give you an idea of the patience, skill, and ...

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Also known as: Diamond Grader, Diamond Polisher, Diamond Setter, Facetor, Gem Cutter, Gemologist, Goldsmith, Jewelry Repairer, Jewelsmith, Lapidarist ...

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Oct 10, 2006 ... Another style of gemstone cutting produces a cabochon : a flat form or ... captures your fancy as being what you want to create is the only real ...

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What types of gem businesses do people usually create? Faceting or selling rough stones for profit? By the way, I took a look at your website ...