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GEM & PRECIOUS METAL TESTING


• 180mm Length Code


3212 Description


6.0mm Right Angle, Pivot File & Burnisher


UOM EACH Price £54.95 Set of Engineers Files, Vallorbe Swiss


Vallorbe - Swiss Made - Engineers Files


• Made from chrome steel, hardness 65HRc +/-2


• Certified ISO 9001 / EN29001 • Set of 6 general purpose coarse files


• All have fitted plastic handle • Cutting length 8” (approx) • Overall length 12” (approx)


Set includes: • Flat (coarse) • Flat (medium) • Warding • Half round • Square • Round


Code F9458 Description Engineers File Set Set of Hobby Files


Hooby File Set • Super value • Excellent cutting pattern • Perfect for the standard cost repair/manufacturing works


• Supplied in a sectioned wallet • 160mm Overall length


Contents: • Pillar with Safety edge • Half Round • Pillar • Round • Square • Three Square


Code F39455 Description 160mm OL, Set of 6


UOM Price £9.95


PACK*6


UOM Price PACK*6 £44.95


Moissanite stones are often mistaken for either synthetic diamonds or even real diamonds such is their likeness. Synthetic diamonds, however, can only be formed in the lab, while genuine diamonds are completely naturally occurring carbon structures.


It was in the 1990s, when the Charles & Colvard Co. discovered how to use moissanite seed crystals to mass-produce the stone, that moissanite rose to prominence as an inexpensive diamond alternative. While it can be mistaken for a diamond, CousinsUK have a large range of testing units for identifying and differentiating these gemstones.


Diamonds are made of carbon, the same material that makes coal and the lead in pencils. All life on earth is carbon-based, humans, anemia and plants. Its chemical structure makes it the hardest mineral known to man, almost 10 times the strength of steel. Their crystalline structure helps to disperse light, giving diamonds their brilliance. Gem diamonds are used for jewellery on a massive scale and are the most sought after gem in the world.


A moissanite may fool a diamond tester, so it is advisable to either have a 2 in 1 tester or a moissanite tester to compliment your diamond tester.


Testing Rings


• Diamond colour gauge master set • With 10 cubic zirconia’s (CZ’s) colour graded from D (colourless) to M (faint)


• Exact colour grade, manufactured in a laboratory for meticulous accuracy


• Precise and used by diamond merchants all over the world


• Supplied in carry set with clear plastic lid • Pocket size: 100 x 70 x 15mm


Code S45574 Description UOM Price Diamond Colour Gauge Master Set EACH £325.00 Diamond, Ceres


Ceres CZeckPoint Diamond Tester


• Separates simulant from real diamonds • A tone & light indicate a genuine diamond • Automatic shut off feature • Warning buzzer to indicate probe has come into contact with metal


• Rechargeable ni-cad battery powered, adapter/charger included


• Storage case • Industry favourite • Fast, reliable and accepted method of testing • For user manual & trouble shooting please see the PDF’s available above


• Made in USA Code


T1686 Diamond, moissanite and gemstone testing rings


• Ensure your tester accuracy with testing rings • Genuine diamonds, moissanites and gemstones • Excellent for shops and dealers when testing your customer’s precious stones


• Further proof of your tester readings • Engraved on the ring which stone is which • SmartPro branded rings


GEM & PRECIOUS METAL TESTING


T44182 • Diamond, Sapphire, Topaz, Spinel, Citrine, Aquamarine, Emerald, Garnet & Glass


T44181: • Diamond, Moissanite, Sapphire & Cubic Zirconia


Code


T44182 T44181


Description


Diamond & Gemstones Testing Ring


UOM Price EACH £495.00 Diamond & Moissanite Testing Ring EACH £335.00 Colour Gauge, Diamond


Our range of gem stone testing devices are easy to handle and the results are easy to read.


What is a moissanite and how does it differ from a diamond?


It was Dr. Henri Moissan who discovered the silicon carbide mineral, lodged inside a meteorite in Canyon Diablo in Arizona, USA in 1983 and it is him the mineral is named after.


Description Ceres, Diamond Tester


UOM Price EACH £99.95


Price breaks available, see website Diamond, Dalman


CousinsUK scours the globe for excellent and competitively priced products and here is a prime example. Although others we stock are old favourites, this tester works with accuracy and precision


• A simple light touch lets you know if it’s a real diamond


• A reliable tester for distinguishing diamonds from simulant stones


• Use with any setting, loose stones, stone in rings, pendants etc.


• Tests audibly and visibly • Comes with a test plate for testing loose stones • Takes a 9V battery (supplied) • Tester buzzes after 3 minutes if not touched to let user know to switch off


• Full Instructions included, comes in a wallet Code


Description T22170 Dalman TD1, Diamond Tester


UOM Price EACH £28.50


Diamond Colour Gauge www.COUSINS .COM 793


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