Michigan Guild Meeting
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10/29/2018
When: Monday, October 29, 2018
6:00 PM
Where: Troy Place
3001 West Big Beaver Rd
Troy, Michigan  48084
United States

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Cost: $20 online
Schedule: 6:00 p.m. - Networking and refreshments
6:30 p.m. - Presentation
7:00 p.m. - Q&A, view replicas

 

The Michigan Guild Presents

Evolution of Diamond Cutting
with Scott Sucher

 

Presented in partnership with GIA Alumni Chapter.

Scott Sucher

Join the Michigan Guild for a captivating evening with Scott Sucher, who worked with The Smithsonian Museum and National Geographic on The Genealogy of the Hope Diamond.

This presentation will explore the history and evolution of diamond cutting as famous diamond replicator, Scott Sucher, describes diamond history, the effects of global trade and technological advancements on diamond cutting, the use of cleaving, and the development of optics.

The journey starts around 1000 B.C. with the first recorded industrial use of diamond and continues through the early 20th century. Computer models of different diamonds cuts and their development are discussed together with side discussions of some famous historical diamonds. Forty famous diamond replicas will be displayed along with 14 selected historical diamond cuts, all created from cubic zirconia!

 

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