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The Magical Gem of Alexandrite
This webinar series will be conducted by Mr. Andrew Neo, Curator of The Gem Museum.

Webinar Outline:
1) What is behind alexandrite’s phenomenon?
• What phenomenon
• How and when it shows its magic

2) Unknown facts of alexandrite.
• Species
• Availability in the market

3) The story of alexandrite
• Its discovery and how it was named alexandrite

At the end of the webinar, we will also be showing some amazing alexandrites for better understanding and appreciation!

During the Q&A session, our gemologists will answer all your burning questions (the best of our knowledge) about alexandrites too!

Oct 28, 2020 07:30 PM in Singapore

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Andrew Neo
Andrew Korkor @The Gem Museum
Curator and gemmologist of The Gem Museum Singapore. Spreading the love and knowledge of gemmology to the public is what I love to do. Writing, co-hosting webinars, and making sure children are having a blast during our Kid’s Gem Adventure. I have a strong desire to be an all-rounded gemmologist, including inclusion photography and lapidary.
Tay Kunming
Dr. Gem @The Gem Museum
Mr. Tay Kunming is the founder of The Gem Museum and a director of Far East Gem Institute, Far East Gems & Jewellery and Far East Gem Import. As a certified gemmologist, diamond grader and gem dealer, Mr. Tay has travelled widely to various parts of Asia-Pacific, such as Australia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Thailand, China and Hong Kong, for gem sourcing trips and to participate in trade fairs. Well respected in the trade, Kunming is the sitting Honorary Secretary on the Diamond Exchange of Singapore and also the Assistant Honorary Secretary on the Jewellers’ Association of Singapore, actively championing initiatives and efforts to raise the profile of the industry.
Loke Hui Ying
Ms. Cher @The Gem Museum
Ms. Loke Huiying is the founder of The Gem Museum. A certified trainer in gemmology, she has been training jewellery professionals and business owners since 2009. In 2015, she personally curated about 1000 samples for The Gem Museum and set up The Gem Museum in the museum precinct of Singapore. Since then, The Gem Museum had seen more than 3000 people walking through her doors. Ms. Loke strongly believes in education through hands-on experience and building strong relationships with people.