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    How can I distinguish laboratory-created and natural diamonds?

    Please make sure you are not buying a lab-created diamond you are wasting your money unfortunately if they don't tell you then you don't know I think TJC diamonds are mine diamonds. They have to tell you if they are lab on the telly but people have gone to jewellers and think they have a earth...
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    "We operate on tiny margins"

    No lol the diamonds are i3 grade near the bottom in grade terms but the diamonds are white sometimes they are G - H colour sometimes they will say they are G - H and they are obviously not.
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    Rachel Hatton

    Please note I had to contact the ASA to advertise that that Jadeite has completely gone, Quartzite Jade it's a substitute for Jade, Type A Dulong Jadeite is also they say it's rare in China but not on the list at the GIA so nothing has run out. Gemporia have got nothing from ASA by what Jake...
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    Rachel Hatton

    Yes she has not been on for a good while gone off because of the baby perhaps
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    Gemporia - ASA 'final warning' - AT LAST!

    You need to tell them about Quartzite Jade and Type A Dulong Jadeite
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    Gemporia accounts - predictions?

    He is always saying Myanmar mines have dried up does he not think you can't look it up.
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    Gemporia accounts - predictions?

    Myanmar, New Zealand, Canada, Taiwan, Guyana, Surinam, southern Europe, Russia and China.7 May 2024 When it come Myanmar they should not be using it anyhow due to political issues and mine workers are treated awfully most of them are made to use Heroine the pile of needles is disgusting HIV...
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    Gemporia accounts - predictions?

    I'm not sure what others think about this but it got worse with the partnership, 24-hour presenting stopped. For those who don't look on other pages quartzite jade is not jade the term is given to most stones that can be carved Burma, China and other countries have jade jadeite
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    Gemporia - ASA 'final warning' - AT LAST!

    JADE As discussed in one of our notes, the term "JADE" is loosely used to describe any stones which can be carved. Amongst all jades, jadeite jade has the highest hardness of Mohs scale 6.5 to 7 and exceptional toughness. Jadeite is the most appreciated and expensive precious stone amongst all...
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    Gemporia - ASA 'final warning' - AT LAST!

    Quartzite jade is not jade it is used as an imitation and a name given to most stones that can be carved.
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    Gemporia accounts - predictions?

    Yes the misleading has got worse They did do rings with nice amounts of gold they should use Platinum as this is far cheaper than gold as it being as cheap as gold was when they started, another thing you hear from them a lot is mines in Burma have run dry not the case
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