Manhattan Chapter of the GIA Alumni
Manhattan Chapter of the GIA Alumni


Ethiopia Trip, Inclusions in Gemstones, and Unusual Suspects in the Lab

                                                                              Presented by

 Daniel Girma, Tyler Smith, and Jessica Jasso from the GIA NY Gem Identification Department

An amazing field trip to Ethiopian mines, astonishing inclusions in Gemstones, and rarely seen items in our GIA Lab. Our gemologists are proud to present and document activities which extend beyond the daily identification tasks.


Date: Wednesday, May 16 2018  


Time: 5-6 PM Sandwiches & Sodas, 6-8 PM Lecture


Place: $25 Members only. Checks made out to: GIA-AA-NY Limited to 50.  Prepaid Only!  No walk-ins!   No credit cards, please.   If you are not on the security list by the RSVP date of May 9th, you cannot attend. This is 7 days before the event!! All attendees must bring their government issue identification (driver license or passport) to pick up their access card at the building lobby security post area with no exception.  Please come half hour early due to security protocols.


RSVP: Reservations must be in by Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 – Checks made out to:   
No credit cards. Please do NOT reserve through FaceBook!


Payment: Send to: Merle S. Koblenz, GIA GG, P.O. Box 9, South Kent, CT 06785





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