District of Gemology

Compiled by DCGIA President Bobby Mann – DCGIA the First 25 Years

Here is a real Blast from the Past! PDF copies of The District of Gemology Newsletters, from before the creation of this web page. Reproduction quality varies depending on the original newsletter paper and age when scanned.

If you have old copies of Newsletters not included here, or digital copies, please let the Webmaster know. Email:Webmaster

The District of Gemology Newsletter July 1987
The District of Gemology Newsletter August 1994
The District of Gemology Newsletter January 1995
The District of Gemology Newsletter August 1995
The District of Gemology Newsletter November 1995
The District of Gemology Newsletter February 1996
The District of Gemology Newsletter May 1996
The District of Gemology Newsletter August 1996
The District of Gemology Newsletter November 1996
The District of Gemology Newsletter Spring 1997
The District of Gemology Newsletter Summer 1997
The District of Gemology Newsletter Fall 1997
The District of Gemology Newsletter Winter 1997
The District of Gemology Newsletter Spring 1998
The District of Gemology Newsletter Summer 1998
The District of Gemology Newsletter Fall 1998
The District of Gemology Newsletter Winter 1998
The District of Gemology Newsletter Spring 1999
The District of Gemology Newsletter Summer 1999
The District of Gemology Newsletter Fall 1999
The District of Gemology Newsletter Winter 1999
The District of Gemology Newsletter Spring 2000
The District of Gemology Newsletter Summer 2000
The District of Gemology Newsletter Fall 2000
The District of Gemology Newsletter Winter 2000
The District of Gemology Newsletter Spring 2001
The District of Gemology Newsletter Summer 2001
The District of Gemology Newsletter Fall 2001
The District of Gemology Newsletter Winter 2001

3 Responses to District of Gemology

  1. Roni Yoo says:

    Recently I joined D.C G.I.A ,and Also I ‘d like to learn more about gems and jewelry.
    even I graduated gemologist,I need to brush up my skill and knowledge.
    Thank you!

    • dcgiaorg says:

      Roni, Go to the Education Page and download the DCGIA MENTEE PROFILE FORM. Fill it out and email it to me at dcgiaorg@cox.net
      Every DCGIA Mentee is partnered with a professional who makes themselves’ available to answer questions, lend support, and see you through your studies. You can meet, call or email, knowing help is available when you need it. The program encourages lifelong relationships, provides opportunities for continuing education and fosters networking with other gem and jewelry professionals.

  2. Very interesting subject , thankyou for putting up. “It is much easier to try one’s hand at many things than to concentrate one’s powers on one thing.” by Quintilian.

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